#NMOS14: Detroit, Hart Plaza

Today, at 7 p.m. major cities have gathered together to hold a silencing for Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old who was killed by police in Ferguson, MO earlier this week. The moment of silence was held at 7:20 at Hart Plaza in Detroit, minutes later the chants began... "NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE"... "We've been quiet for too long!" someone said. The small group of people didn't call the event to start the war against police, or shout out demands, but to simply educate the people in attendance. They read off our rights, they told us that this event wasn't the answer, but we were, what we did after we left the protest was going to be the key to ending the unwarranted police brutality. Hopefully, the message was well received, outside of the education, listeners were left with poems, music ,and preaching from a Detroit Pastor. 

-KeenanRIVALS
keenan@RIVALSvs.com


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