People in Hudson take stand against violence

October 01, 2017 04:23 PM

HUDSON – People in Hudson stood against hatred on Saturday.

A silent protest was held at Front Street Park. Organizers say their goal was to send the message that even in silence, love and unity are much stronger than hate.

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“My hope and prayers are that there will be a domino effect, that people will pick up on this type of protest, and express the disapproval that they have of the violence and the hatred going on in the world today,” said organizer Brittany Gillis.

Gillis says the recent string of violent incidents in Hudson proves that their city is no different than any other experiencing violence throughout the country.


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