DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Dozens in Dayton came together to march to Courthouse Square Saturday calling for justice and an end to mass incarceration.
The "Thousand Man March" gathered at McIntosh Park, at the corner of Edwin C. Moses Boulevard and Riverview Avenue, calling for peace before heading downtown.
The rally featured speakers from across the Miami Valley asking for residents to stand up for justice.
"If you know something that's going on in this community, you need to report it to authorities," stressed Reverend Jerome McCorry, founder of The Adam Project. "We cannot call the police to task, the prosecutors to task, judges to task until we step up and do what we are supposed to do as a community."
The march was put on by The Adam Project, The Southern Christian Leadership Conference and several other local organizations.
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