‘Change for Terre Haute’ continues protests in response to racial injustice

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — community members gathered for another peaceful protest in Downtown Terre Haute Saturday afternoon.

The protest was led by a local organization called Change for Terre Haute.

Protesters marched downtown from the Vigo County courthouse to Terre Haute Police Department headquarters.

The day’s protest like others across the country, are in response to racial injustice in the United States.

Erick Beverly, founder of Change for Terre Haute, said he wants want to keep the conversation going on a local level.

“I think it’s just people that have a passion for other people and people that have loving hearts. That’s what you’re seeing. It’s people that’s fed up. People that have had enough and want to make a change. And that’s what were all about is making a change,” Beverly said.

He added there are more protests scheduled in the coming weeks.

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