The signs cost $5 and can be delivered to Berkley, Detroit, Ferndale, Hazel Park, Huntington Woods, Oak Park, Pleasant Ridge, Royal Oak, and Royal Oak Township.
The march went through Downtown Ferndale, and ended with a rally in Geary Park.
Among the organizers of the peaceful protest was Keesha Honeybee, She not only dennounced the recent violence directed at black American men and women, but also questioned how individuals would proceed with changing the way people of color are treated.
The organization began almost twenty years ago in response to U. S. foreign policy in reaction to the 9/11 event.
In the midst of the stories, examples and speeches was a painfully awkward silence of eight minutes and 46 seconds.
Royal Oak: Black Lives Matter Presentation to Gray Panthers Nov. 21 (EVENT page) Nov 21 10 a.m. BLACK LIVES MATTER – BLACK LIBERATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY Dennis Black, an activist with the Coalition for Black Struggle, will speak on Black Lives Matter and much more at the monthly meeting of Gray Panthers of…