The message is peace and unity, wearing purple to unite the blue and red colors of our political parties in this time of crisis in our nation.
From Mandy Neese Drumheller, one of the coordinators,
Here we are DOING something positive and uplifting, BEING the light, and FEELING the love for our neighbors. This is not about politics or religion; it’s about people and community. It’s about being the change you wish to see in the world and that begins in our hometowns.
Today I was asked what this event is *really* about. The words I used are: peace, unity, uplifting, healing, belonging, and love.