“Each day I walk on, not just the shoulders of the activists of the 1960’s, but also on the bones and blood of slaves who fought and died to be recognized as FREE HUMANS. As an educator, a social worker, and a servant leader, I march to use my voice as an agent of change to not only fight against police brutality and profiling but more importantly, to honor the Civil Rights activists and the souls and spirits of all slaves who died fighting for have their God-given and granted freedoms as men and women.”  @VCFlewellen

“Each day I walk on, not just the shoulders of the activists of the 1960’s, but also on the bones and blood of slaves who fought and died to be recognized as FREE HUMANS. As an educator, a social worker, and a servant leader, I march to use my voice as an agent of change to not only fight against police brutality and profiling but more importantly, to honor the Civil Rights activists and the souls and spirits of all slaves who died fighting for have their God-given and granted freedoms as men and women.” @VCFlewellen