American hiking protester: the life of the black is also the life, the life of the black is also the life of the black.
The hiking protest team was made up of more than 20 people, most of them from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the north central United States. Since George Freud died of police brutality, they first held several days of protest and demonstration in their hometown, and then in early August, they started to walk about 50 kilometers a day. They planned to arrive in Washington, D.C., more than 1000 kilometers away, on August 28 to participate in activities commemorating the 57th anniversary of Martin Luther Kings speech I have a dream Ethnic inequality and police violence in law enforcement.
Walking through communities along the way, protestors chanted the lives of blacks are also lives.. To their delight, every time the team went to a city, many local people would join in to complete the journey together. Frank nitty, organizer of the hike protest, said the team would return to the place where the I have a dream speech was delivered. White and colored people should stand under the Lincoln statue and appeal: its time to stop this.
Frank nitty, American hiking protest organizer: all we want is to be treated like everyone else, thats all. We dont want charity or anything else, we just want to be treated like everyone else.