Running For Justice: To Change The Image Of The Young Black Male

November 10, 2014 8:33 PM
Running For Justice: To Change The Image Of The Young Black Male
" “We’re trying to put out a positive image of us.” That’s why 28 year old Londrelle Hall of Atlanta says he and his team are running from Atlanta to Ferguson, Missouri. “We just want to change the image of the young black man in America”.

It’s called The Run For Justice. Organizer Hall says the run is to raise awareness about racial injustice and police brutality. He says it’s to raise money for the families of young men like Michael Brown and John Crawford. The 18 year old Brown was unarmed when he was shot and killed by a police officer on August 9, 2014, in Ferguson, Missouri. It was on August 5, 2014, while holding a BB Gun in a Walmart store, that 22 year old Crawford was killed by police. Hall says monies collected from the run will also be used to help with the legal fees of those wrongly arrested while peacefully protesting acts of brutality.

The run started from Atlanta on Friday, November 7, and as of Sunday night, the Run for Justice team had made it to Ringgold, Georgia, about 102 miles outside of Atlanta "

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