Man walking from Huntsville to Minnesota in silent protest for George Floyd
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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - A Huntsville man left Tuesday morning on a one thousand mile trek. He’s walking to Minnesota to protest what he calls injustices and inequalities faced by black people in America.

With each step he takes Willis said, “It’s a walk for change. It’s a walk for justice.”

“If one person decides to make a change and then another person decides to make a change you’ve got a million people deciding to make a change.”

Willis hopes his protest is a step in the right direction to help others put their best foot forward when it comes to challenges faced by race in our country.

There’s a pace car following Terry as he makes his way to Minnesota. He plans to arrive in Minneapolis by June 16th.

Man walking from Huntsville to Minnesota in silent protest for George Floyd (Source: waff)

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