On June 2, I drove to my hometown, Port Jervis, to take a walk with about 80 other like-minded people interested in overcoming racial inequality. We only walked about three or four blocks in this historic little river city, but we marched ourselves back 129 years to June 2, 1892 and followed in the footsteps and blood trail left by a 2,000-person lynch mob.
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Accordingly, you can do the same with others as well.