Racial unity can start in Marion County

By SUSAN AMUNDSON,

One of my favorite songs is “Bleed the Same” by Mandisa, Kirk Franklin and TobyMac. One of the lines, “We’re more beautiful when we come together” was never more true to me than last Saturday when I not only covered the Unity Walk, but walked along with everyone.

 
 
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