From The Idiot Factor:
People from across
this Sunday for a Stand Up! in Solidarity with Wichita rally
at old Sedgwick County Courthouse grounds. About 300 people attended the rally.
Other rallies were held across the country. Charlottesville
This week the nations eyes were on Charlottesville,
where all kinds of right-wing fringe groups came together to support right-wing
causes. "Unite the Right" rally brought out all kinds of white
nationalist and supremacists. Heather Heyer was killed
when James Alex Fields Jr. of ,
ran his car into a crowd of protesters. He has been booked on suspicion of
second-degree murder, malicious wounding and failure to stop for
an accident involving a death. Maumee, Ohio
"We stand strong with our brothers and sisters in
said Larry Burks, President of the Wichita Chapter of NAACP, one of the many
speakers who addressed the rally. "We will not be afraid."
(Below is Larry Burks addressing the crowd) Charlottesville
He added that President Donald Trump needs to be a leader and act like a leader. Trump has been criticized this week for not condemning the far right groups that caused much of the violence.
"I want to offer my condolences to the three people who died in
(two policemen died in a helicopter crash) said James Thompson, a
Democratic Party activist and a candidate for US Congress. "I reject the
policies of the Alt Right, the Nazis and the skinheads. For all our leaders
from the president to the dog catcher — If
they don't stand up for these principles boot them out as soon as we can." Charlottesville
He added that he liked a sign that said: "Don't morn, organize."
About 300 people attended this event.