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On August 28th, 2020, The Get Your Knee Off Our Necks March, spearheaded by the National Action Network, gathered people, en masse, to collectively protest the killings of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and many others by law enforcement.

Looking out over the cascade of supporters down the steps of the Lincoln Monument and blanketing the National Mall, I could not help but imagine my grandfather out in the crowd listening to Martin Luther King's historic speech in the very same spot.

The relation was an emotional experience and one that'll hold onto steadfastly.

The National Mall, Washington, DC - Aug 28, 2020
Aug 28, 2020
The National Mall, Washington, DC
The National Mall, Washington, DC
Sean Waltrous

Sean Waltrous

On August 28th, 2020, The Get Your Knee Off Our Necks March, spearheaded by the National Action Network, gathered people, en masse, to collectively protest the killings of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and many others by law enforcement.

Looking out over the cascade of supporters down the steps of the Lincoln Monument and blanketing the National Mall, I could not help but imagine my grandfather out in the crowd listening to Martin Luther King's historic speech in the very same spot.

The relation was an emotional experience and one that'll hold onto steadfastly.

Aug 28, 2020
The National Mall, Washington, DC
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Sean Waltrous
The National Mall, Washington, DC - Aug 28, 2020
Sean Waltrous
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