A candlelight vigil was held for Michael Brown in front of Fort Bragg’s Town Hall on Nov. 25th.
By Amy Katz
Following the Grand Jury’s decision not to indict the police officer who killed Michael Brown, Allie Cislo organized a candlelight vigil. Minutes before the vigil, Cislo spoke eloquently about why standing in solidarity with Brown’s family and the community of all people is critical in the face of violence. The group stood silently for 4 ½ minutes to symbolize the 4 ½ hours that Brown’s body lay before being recovered.