(KPNX) -- PHOENIX — There was a small march through downtown Phoenix Sunday morning. It was called “White Silence is Violence” and called on white people to publicly stand by the Black Lives Matter movement.
It began in First Church’s parking lot in downtown Phoenix. A couple dozen people gathered with their flags and different signs as a hymn was sung and First Church Pastor James Pennington delivered a message.
"That's the ultimate goal today, right. That we would be at one,” he said, "that we would realize our joint humanity."
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