Alabama man walking for justice
Inspired by the death of George Floyd, Terry Willis is walking from his home state of Alabama to Minneapolis to draw attention to the need for racial justice.
one man taking on no small feat to get about 40 miles a day. Terry Willis is making a 1000 mile track on foot. It's only one man. What one man two feet is what they say. Making every step from Alabama to Minnesota. Count for racial justice. Just that's it. It's also want the death of George Floyd inspired him to make a difference. I could have been a George. I've been incarcerated. I've been locked up. I've been in handcuffs, you know? So I have that story. His goal. To bridge the divide, the black, the white. We just need to drop those labels and come together as one changing the world his young son will grow up in, Keeps him going. He's gonna get older. I want him to be able to do things without being judged not just by people but more importantly by the people who are supposed to protect his message. Reaching all the way to Madison. Well, it's nice to meet with countless people following his journey on Facebook with a little more than 200 miles left to go. I've gotten love from every city, more love than I could never imagine Willis is ready to cross the finish line. I'm on my last leg. It's I'm tired. I'm tired. Um, along the way, I've just met the most incredible people.