Peacefully passing along the message
For months people sat in homes due to Coronavirus, and millions of Americans lost jobs.
In the wake of violence and protest, the Cheyenne Community tries to come together and inspire images of hope.
Contrary to belief, with violent protests across the country this weekend, Laramie county took a stance peacefully.
"Even though we're not burning buildings, our souls are burning. Until we get change in our communities, it's not going to get better."
During the candlelight vigil for the injustice, community leaders stepped forward, offering hope during times of despair.
"The community as a whole needs to stand together. These crimes can happen no more. We're tired of dying. We are tired of dying."
The peaceful protest involved both residents and the officials. Demonstrating Cheyenne can march towards justice together.
"That's important for us to do, that's why I'm so proud here Myself and Lieutenant Hankerson, we're the only two officers here. That's because we have trust in our community."
Chief Brian Kozak says the Police department plans to meet with the community leaders this week to discuss the future for keeping the peace amongst residents.