Indiana faith leaders held a procession in Indianapolis Sunday to protest the police killing of George Floyd, Dreasjon Reed and many others and to demand reform.
The procession began at the Indiana State House and ended at the City County Building. Roughly 1,000 people took part.
“It has been said evil persists when good men say and do nothing, and it is incumbent upon every decent human being to condemn the killing of unarmed black men and women in this country,” said Pastor Kenneth Sullivian, senior pastor of New Direction Church in Indianapolis. “Despite COVID-19, gun violence continues to persist in the community and we are calling on Mayor Hogsett to lead with us.”