Protestors gathered in Bonham for a peaceful protest on Sunday evening to promote racial unity and oppose injustice. Protestors chanted a variety of phrases, including “I can’t breathe,” “Black lives matter,” and “All lives matter.” Senior pastor Stuart P. Courtney prayed for the group and introduced the Bonham chief of police, Wendell Bockman. Madison Courtney then sang for the gathering.
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