Lacey: Gille Park @ 14:00 Today! Hosted by Elizabeth Shearin
Red, Yellow, Brown, Black and White, all are precious in God’s sight! The sin of racism is absolutely alive in just about every single town, even though many people may deny that it exists.
Please join myself, my family, my pastor Don Meckley, and the Lacey Township Police Department in a peaceful protest in memoriam of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Eric Garner and so many more people of color that have been killed simply because they had darker skin. Please also join me in commending the Lacey Township Police Department and their absolute support of this protest from the very beginning. Lacey police officers have proved to me that they are a “cut-above” other officers and want to prove that they are not just cops, they are GOOD cops who are sickened by police brutality.
Please join me on Wednesday, June 10th, for a time of speaking our voices, taking a stand against racism that this town so desperately needs, and fellowshipping in a time of loving others.
My family and I will be bringing a couple of cases of water. I highly encourage everyone to bring/wear a mask. If you would like to bring water or snacks or hand sanitizer or anything, that is more than welcomed
Signs and homemade t-shirts are highly encouraged! Let’s wear and show all how we feel!!! This is a time of peace and love, violence will not be tolerated. I will personally direct the Lacey police right to you if you try to commit an act of violence or an illegal act. Fighting violence with violence is counterproductive and truly disgusting. Derogatory remarks towards cops will not be tolerated, you have a right to say and write what you please, but the Lacey Township Police Department has been more than incredible with helping me organize this entire event from beginning to end. Can’t wait to see everyone there! Please feel free to send me a private message with any questions or concerns! #BlackLivesMatter
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