A peaceful street rally on Saturday hopes to unite the community against violence

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City officials hope to unite the community against violence. On Saturday, residents marched to demand changes to the city. The Jackson Police Department decided to add a stop violent walk and rally to their annual basketball tournament. A senior person at JPS said he hopes this event will help the community. “In Jackson, the crime rate is high, so we have to have episodes like this let people know that we just need to stop, stop killing each other and unite,” Jania White said. The department hopes to raise awareness of the issue of urban violence. They also work with boys and girls clubs and JPS to mobilize children to participate. A city government official reminded an important moment in history from the incident. “I brought it back to the civil rights movement. When the civil rights movement really took off, young people participated in it, so I hope we can do the same with this sport, let young people participate, and hope this will take off, because these are changes. ”Jackson Parks and entertainment director Ethan Harris said Jr. This y the city has experienced many deaths among teenagers and young people. Some people think it is this kind of incident that helps. “It makes us feel good because it gives us hope for the community, because we are the future,” Kennedy Robinson said. It is one of Faith and Blue’s many events this week. JPD will hold an oral presentation and candlelight vigil at 5pm on Sunday evening. Then the balloons will be released at noon on Monday.

City officials hope to unite the community against violence.

On Saturday, residents marched to demand changes to the city. The Jackson Police Department decided to stop violent walking and gatherings in their annual basketball tournament.

To JPS veterans, he hopes that this activity can help the society.

“In Jackson, the crime rate is very high, so it is important for us to hold such gatherings to let people know that we just need to stop, stop fighting each other, and unite,” Jania White said.

The department hopes to raise awareness of the issue of urban violence.

They also collaborated with the Boys and Girls Club and JPS to mobilize children to participate.

A city government official reminded an important moment in history from the incident.

“I brought it back to the civil rights movement. When the civil rights movement really took off, young people were involved, so I hope we can do the same with this movement and get young people involved. Hopefully, that will take off, because these are all. It’s a game changer,” Jackson Parkes and entertainment director Ethan Harris Jr. said.

This year, the city has experienced many deaths among teenagers and young people.

Some people think that these events helped.

“It makes us feel good because it gives us hope for the community, because we are the future,” Kennedy Robinson said.

This is one of Faith and Blue’s many events this week.

JPD will hold an oral presentation and candlelight vigil at 5pm on Sunday evening. Then the balloons will be released at noon on Monday.

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