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Marchers Hold 'Solidarity Walk' In Downtown Katonah

Marchers attend the Solidarity Walk in downtown Katonah, an event that was held to advocate for pluralism.
Marchers attend the Solidarity Walk in downtown Katonah, an event that was held to advocate for pluralism. Photo Credit: Bobbe Stultz
Marchers attend the Solidarity Walk in downtown Katonah.
Marchers attend the Solidarity Walk in downtown Katonah. Photo Credit: Bobbe Stultz
"America needs more colors, more choices, more brains" says a marcher's sign.
"America needs more colors, more choices, more brains" says a marcher's sign. Photo Credit: Bobbe Stultz
Participants of all ages, some holding signs, took part in the event Sunday afternoon from Woods Bridge Road to Katonah Presbyterian Church.
Participants of all ages, some holding signs, took part in the event Sunday afternoon from Woods Bridge Road to Katonah Presbyterian Church. Photo Credit: Bobbe Stultz
Marchers attend the Solidarity Walk in downtown Katonah, an event that was held to support minority communities.
Marchers attend the Solidarity Walk in downtown Katonah, an event that was held to support minority communities. Photo Credit: Bobbe Stultz
Many marchers fill the downtown area for the Solidarity walk in Katonah.
Many marchers fill the downtown area for the Solidarity walk in Katonah. Photo Credit: Bobbe Stultz

KATONAH, N.Y. -- "America needs more colors, more choices, more brains," said one of the signs a participant carried in Sunday afternoon's A "Solidarity Walk" in Katonah.

It was organized to "celebrate the spirit of our communities," said a post on Facebook.

"We walk to show our support for community members who are in distress, to let them know that they are not alone and that we are here for them. We walk to reaffirm the characteristics of our community which we cherish most – kindness, diversity, inclusion and the freedom to live with safety and dignity. We walk because we are stronger together," said the notice.

Participants were given supplies at the event to make the signs. Another had the message, "Never give up." And "I'm an immigrant and I count," was a different message.

Those attending the event were asked to donate holiday food items and pajamas to the Community Center.

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