Editor’s note: The following is part two of a two-part series getting to know some of the protest leaders behind the Black Lives Matter demonstrations in DeKalb the past two weeks. The first installment ran in Saturday’s Daily Chronicle.
Small town, big voiceName: Tiana McAllisterAge: 18Hometown and residence: Kirkland, IllinoisQuote: “Unity is everything. If people are separated, it won’t make much of a statement. We need to be all in this together, not just black people or white people. It has to be all races and genders and generations. We’ll make a bigger statement if we come together.”
Source: The Daily Chronicle