If you were in the Fields Corner neighborhood on Sunday afternoon, you probably saw the slew of motorcycles – more than 50 of them – getting ready to ride around the streets of Dorchester. They rode together in solidarity against racism – in particular against the racist rant of one Dorchester resident against a black couple on a motorcycle.
According to the Boston Globe, NeNe Judge who one of the people targeted in the rant, was one of the 50 people on motorcycles. Judge organized this rally against racism in the hopes that it will send a message, “that we can all live in peace.”
Image via NeNe Judge Facebook