Neighbors Organizing Against Racism protests systemic racism

NOW: Neighbors Organizing Against Racism protests systemic racism

BENTON HARBOR, Mich. -- A group called Neighbors Organizing Against Racism held a protest in Benton Harbor Thursday afternoon to protest systemic racism just after the one year anniversary of George Floyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis Police.

The protest, at M139 and Napier, encourages continued work towards racial equality.

The Berrien County based group formed last year. They put together a campaign called Stronger Together and gave out yard signs to residents to show the message of unity.

Neighbors Organizing Against Racism also helped paint the Black Lives Matter mural on Colfax Avenue in front of Benton Harbor High School, which they plan to repaint in July.

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