Montgomery County MD NAACP chapter's walk and rally in support of Black life in Rockville, organized with many partners, especially from the faith community. We heard about it through our church, Episcopal Church of the Ascension, and the Montgomery County Faith Community Advisory Council.
Due to my head cold, we didn't do the walk, but we did make it to and through the rally, and I'm glad. Two highlights were Rev. Abhi Janamanchi, Senior Minister of Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church* and Isaih "Ike" Leggett, our County Executive -- he shared his own experiences of racial profiling, which he did again in a meeting with reporters which made it into this Washington Post story.
We were also very glad to see some of our other local queer / trans / faith people there with us. And this evening was the debrief dinner for the Montgomery County MD Transgender Day of Remembrance committee, of which we and some of our fellow rally attendees are members, so that worked out well. *Cedar Lane was the host of this year's MoCo MD TDOR event, and Rev. Abhi spoke at that too.