PULLMAN — In a sign of solidarity and peace, Pullman faith organizations and community members plan to march Thursday evening in what’s being called “Just a Closer Walk For Justice and Peace.”
The walk is set to begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Pullman Arcade Park, 112th and St. Lawrence Avenue.
The event is listed as a moment to reflect and pray, and a call to action. It’s led by Pullman pastors Michael Hooker and Luther Mason.
During the walk, participants will walk around Arcade Park seven times for emphasis.
Participants will stop for the “Stations of the unarmed,” where they will take a moment to remember the lives that have been lost unjustly.