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In solidarity

Jordan Magaziner Steinfeld
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Kylie Chap, Kameron Chap, Lianna Chap

Kylie Chap, Kameron Chap, and Lianna Chap

In response to the killing of George Floyd, Allison Zapata, Neha Agrawal, Lystra McCoy and Christina Propst organized West University residents to participate in a community-solidarity march for justice. Though the march was put on hold due to the surge in coronavirus cases, they showed their commitment to anti-racism with yard signs designed by Anne Galbraith. West U resident Michele Barth Still coordinated getting the signs to dozens of residents. Pictured with their sign are siblings (from left) Kylie, 10, Kameron, 5, and Lianna Chap, 11. The signs are $15, and excess raised will be donated to a community garden and grocery store in northeast Houston. To order, contact Michele at [email protected].  

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