Updated: 2/10/2021

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  • We stand here today to fight for what we know is right. Lets march!!!
  • get over here!!!!
  • RUNNNN!!!
  • everyone calm down!!
  • Aubrey Faye Hendricks was in third grade when she wanted to go out and march with her church knowing there would be cops trying to arrest people and probably hurt them badly. It was a very warm day as well.
  • Hey don't cry everything is going to be okay.
  • I just want to go home.
  • Aubrey and her church where marching halfway down Kelly Ingram Park when the cops showed up. The police put them in paddy wagons to try to stop them from marching.
  • I was trying to fight for what was right.
  • What where you doing out there ?!!!
  • We are so happy to have you back home.
  • Everyone was scared and worried what was going to happen next if they got caught by the cops and got taken in the paddy wagon and everyone ran as fast as they can.
  • Thank you mom and dad. I love you guys.
  • We are so proud of you. We love you.
  • Some people got caught by the cops in even Aubrey Faye Hendricks she was nine years old at the time. She also said her friend was a year older then her.
  • The cops called Aubrey Faye Hendricks into a room to talk to her and all she could do was think about if she was going to die because she was so nervous but then calmed down. There where six white men in the and she found it kind wired because she was only nine. She was thinking they where trying to find something going on.
  • Aubrey Faye Hendricks was in jail for seven day's. She could not call her parents for nothing. Once she finished her seven days her parents where waiting for her and they where so proud of her and hugged her.