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Wearing a mask and extending a clenched fist, Sen. Bob Casey joined young protesters in taki…, After a historic week of marches in Lancaster, part of a national movement to bury systemic …. But the meeting ended after about 30 minutes, with Evans saying they couldn’t get their point across about why it was so hurtful to feel like they had to gloss over the major events happening in Lancaster, and around the world. An email has been sent with a link to confirm list signup. A pandemic that has forced the economy to a screeching halt doesn’t change one simple fact when it comes to local animal sanctuaries: There are still mouths to feed. Evans said she has been surprised by the interest generated by her original video with Graves, saying she hopes it can give people some insight into the kind of frustrations minorities often experience, but typically just keep to themselves.
Rosa said she hopes Changemakers Collective will eventually become a nonprofit. We failed to use our platform in the community to speak out against social injustice. As they were preparing to return to work Wednesday after several days off, Graves and Evans said they were increasingly aware of the businesses that had been supportive of the protesters' cause, and those that hadn’t. "We absolutely are in solidarity with the movement and we have asked our merchant community to stand with us," said alliance President Marshall Snively. Two college students couldn’t help but notice that the Black Lives Matter protests in Lancaster lacked the voices of those at the heart of the movement itself: people of color. State restrictions on restaurant operations here were loosened Friday, allowing outdoor dining, as long as certain precautions were followed. Editor's note: This story will be updated throughout the day. In their Instagram post on Monday afternoon, the owners Taylor and Leeann Mason said that Luca and their other restaurant, Ma(i)son, on North Prince Street would be closed "until further notice.". 4.8K likes. To both of them, we would like to say that we are sorry. 726 Likes, 60 Comments - LUCA (@luca_lancaster) on Instagram: “The MAIS is back... Taleggio crema, shaved sweet corn, prosciutto cotto, fior de latte, shishito…” Join us in celebrating all week…” Graves and Rosa received mentorship in creating their organization from the nonprofit SafeHouse Lancaster, which was formed in June by Isaac Etter and Kearasten Jordan to train youth activists. The Masons then broadened their response Monday to close both of their restaurants indefinitely. “We're trying to reach a certain demographic of people that aren't politically engaged,” Rosa said. Safehouse Lancaster’s mission is “to educate and equip young Black and brown people for activism work and be a resource for training and accountability for local ally owned businesses and organizations,” according to its Facebook page. Brian Graves and Janelle Evans were two individuals whom we respect and enjoyed having as part of our team at LUCA.