By Jack Barnes
York, PA is the home of the 1969 Race Riots and while some may not be surprised by the recent hate dripping off of this election, One young lady decided she would do something about it. Read More…
Well Tajira revealed in an interview with EJ of theofficialAO.com, she wasn’t happy. That hate doesn’t reflect our city. Our youth are better than that.
I’m am so happy about the affect of the blackout day we only expected York high to join but I’m glad all over York everyone is supporting equality.This movement was not for the protest again Donald Trump it is to show that us minorities when we stand together we are a powerful movement I love my city #AllLivesMatterYC
A parent from York, PA was quoted as saying: Here is why I am hopeful! Our youth are definitely the future and I am excited. Students throughout York county banned together to support their fellow students from Vo-Tech and wore black to symbolize United we stand. Kudos to Tajira and Marcelina for organizing the students from York High, York Suburban, and Dover High School for standing in the gap.
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