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Justice for Vanessa Guillen
July 9, 2020 at 6:05 a.m.
As a crowd of about 50 people call for justice for Vanessa Guillen on Tuesday, July 7, Port Chester resident Lucy Jimenanic holds up her fist in solidarity. Guillen, a U.S. Army soldier serving at Fort Hood in Texas, was murdered in April by a fellow serviceman.
Marchers make their way down Westchester Avenue on Tuesday as they protest violence and abuse.
Washington Street residents Sabrina Contreras (left) and her mother Bertha slowly walk down Westchester Avenue as they hold up the Mexican flag.
Activist Luisito Yumbla demands that Vanessa Guillen, a 20-year-old soldier who was murdered at Fort Hood in April, not be forgotten.
Standing on the steps of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Soundview Street resident Jasmine Rosas raises a sign that reads “Justice for Vanessa Guillen.”
Dalila Cabrera, Port Chester resident and organizer of the march, speaks to the crowd about Vanessa Guillen and other victims of violence.