Brattleboro Solidarity

Coming together in the streets is one way to show our power

The Brattleboro community stood strong and united on May 31 to remember the lives of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Sean Reed, Tony McDade, and all those who have brutality lost their lives to police violence across the United States.

For over two hours, through signs, chants, and music, people expressed their solidarity with the outrage and rebellion across the country.

The action ended with a short rally on the Town Common, beginning with eight minutes of silence to mark the time former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin pinned Floyd down by the neck with his knee, resulting in Floyd's death on May 25.

Coming together in the streets is one way to show our power. But we know that racism and white supremacy do not only solely exist through police policy and brutality; white supremacy is everywhere - in our health care, schooling, and housing systems.

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