Local protest calls for racial equality, unity

  • Above: The group of protesters show off their signs in front on City Hall, joined briefly by Schulenburg City Council member Chip Bubela (front, left), who happened to be passing by on an evening walk last Wednesday. Sticker Photo By Darrell Vyvjala
    Above: The group of protesters show off their signs in front on City Hall, joined briefly by Schulenburg City Council member Chip Bubela (front, left), who happened to be passing by on an evening walk last Wednesday. Sticker Photo By Darrell Vyvjala
  • At left: Destiny Scranton displays her sign “Being black should not be a death sentence. Black lives matter.” Sticker Photo By Dale Manning
    At left: Destiny Scranton displays her sign “Being black should not be a death sentence. Black lives matter.” Sticker Photo By Dale Manning
While protests in urban areas across the country following George Floyd’s death at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer on May 25 have turned violent, one held locally last week had no extreme actions. A group of about 30 gathered in front of Schulenburg City Hall on Wednesday, June 3 at around 4:30 p.m. with signs mostly calling for racial equality. The group marched north to Summit Street…

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