For Justice For Peace

Gaelen Morse
For several weeks after George Floyd was killed by a Minneapolis police officer, tens of thousands of peaceful demonstrators took to the streets of Boston to protest police brutality, systematic racism and the oppression of black communities across the United States. From Jamaica Plain to Boston Common, Dorchester to Brookline, to the State House and across Massachusetts, their words fill the streets, their streets, our streets. “The people who didn’t get it, they get it now,” Ife Franklin of Roxbury said while protesting in Jamaica Plain. “We need to be looking each other in the eye and treating each other like humans...I’m tired of my people being murdered. I’m tired. I’m done.”

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