Rally seeks peace at Big Four Bridge

Christopher 2X, a community activist in Louisville, spoke the "Rally for Compassion, Peace and Healing" hosted by the Interfaith Paths to Peace April 6 at the Big Four Bridge in downtown Louisville. (Record Photo by Jessica Able)

Christopher 2X, a community activist in Louisville, spoke at the “Rally for Compassion, Peace and Healing” hosted by Interfaith Paths to Peace April 6 at the Big Four Bridge in downtown Louisville. (Record Photo by Jessica Able)

Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz; The Rev. Joe Phelps, pastor of Highland Baptist Church; Christopher 2x, a community activitist; and Terry Taylor, executive director of Interfaith Paths to Peace, were among those who spoke at the “Rally for Compassion, Peace and Healing” hosted by the Interfaith Paths to Peace April 6 at the Big Four Bridge in downtown Louisville. About 70 people, including children and teens, took part in the peace walk and rally.

The event aimed to remember those injured during the recent violence downtown and to seek healing for the community. At the end of the rally, those in attendance took a vow of nonviolence.

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