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May 25, 2022  in Franklin County, MA

“Black victims of police violence are not new, and George Floyd’s death has been followed by too many others. But his brutal murder opened a floodgate of outrage, demonstrations, deep reflection, and new awareness worldwide. We will not forget!”

On Wednesday, May 25th, 2022, residents of Franklin County will have the opportunity to speak out as we stand out,” to honor victims and oppose racial violence with roadside vigils on the two main east/west area thoroughfares in our county.

From 4:30 to 5:30 pm, people are invited to gather anywhere along Routes 2 and 116 in Franklin County or along the Sunderland Bridge in a larger group. 

All interested can come alone or grouped by town or organization, holding signs remembering victims of police violence, or related to racial justice.

For maximum impact and outreach along the two routes, those planning to participate are asked to contact with their contact information and desired location for the Standout.

Celebrate the Life Of George Floyd & The Movement for Racial Justice

Please join us on Wednesday, May 25, 4:00-7:00pm on the Greenfield, MA Common! The Coalition for Racial Justice invites you to celebrate the life of George Floyd and the movement for racial justice with drumming, music, children’s activities, Bomba lessons, and speakers. All are welcome; it’s free and family-friendly!More info:


Greenfield Recorder Articles

My Turn: Why we remember George Floyd

My Turn Article reposted by Traprock from June 7, 2022

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