Waltrina Middleton knew holding a vigil on Christmas would be difficult as she looked out at the small gathering on Public Square.
“If I have to walk alone and walk by myself those three miles, I will,” she said.
As it turned out, she was joined by about a dozen others. They walked from the Square to the West Side Market and back.
A youth counselor, Middleton organized the event to highlight the need for justice and healing. She is concerned for those who have lost their lives, locally and nationally, in encounters with police officers this past year.
At stops along the way, each of the participants read names of the deceased, including that Tamir Rice.
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