Monique Rolle, 34 from Richmond, VA came with Cyrille Amegashie of Maryland.Monique: “I...
Monique Rolle, 34 from Richmond, VA came with Cyrille Amegashie of Maryland.
Monique: “I came to be a part of history. I’m a child of the Civil Rights Movement. It’s important to continue the legacy of standing up for our rights—particularly in light of the Trayvon Martin case and the Voting Rights Act.” “I hope we don’t have any Trayvon Martin situations in 50 years and that we have women’s rights and voting rights.”
Cyrille: “I’m here to be alive in this time and to be a part of history. In light of everything that’s going on with basic civil liberties.” “In 50 years, I hope we’ll have those basic civil liberties and that people aren’t struggling for healthcare.”