“There’s so much pizza that was dropped off, I don’t even know where it came from. No clue where it came from, I was like, ‘why is all this food here all of a sudden?’" Kachingwe said. "Water, people were bringing paintbrushes, people were bringing hand sanitizers, masks, everything. It’s actually been more than could ever have been expected."
“This is very unique," Gwen said, who showed up to protest. "I was expecting to put my fists in the air and march, but this is just a different outlet for the same emotion. It’s so inspirational. It brought me to tears.