Crowd gathers to reflect, resist in Naples march
NAPLES, Fla. A silent march and vigil took place Friday evening at Cambier Park following a deadly rally in Charlotesville, Virginia.
The Reflect and Resist march began at 6:30 p.m. at Cambier Park on 755 8th Avenue South and ended at Fifth Avenue.
“I think we’re living through some really troubled times, we’ve had troubled times before, we’ve overcome them, there’s a lot of work to be done but I think were going to overcome and heal and mend,” KC Schulberg said.
The goal wasn’t to be loud or disruptive, but to stand in solidarity with those who don’t have a voice, attendees said.
“The work is never done, it’s been a long process to bind and heal this nation, we have a lot of wounds, they’re not totally healed,” Schulberg said.
The event was organized by Collier Freedom, a Naples based nonprofit organization.