As the community awaits justice for Shanquella Robinson, a rally was held in her hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina during the weekend. There was a rally on Sept. 15, which was organized by Mario Black, the founder of the Million Youth March Of Charlotte & Salisbury Teen Advisory Board, allowing people from around the area to show their support for Robinson even if they were not able to attend the funeral service.
According to Vibe, the event took place at Little Rock AME Church. There, speakers shared their memories of Shanquella Robinson and urged the crowd to keep fighting for justice. The atmosphere was one of determination and strength, as those in attendance vowed to never give up until Shanquella’s killers are brought to justice.
Her family is still searching for answers and hoping that someone will come forward with information that can help bring the person responsible to justice. The community has also been rallying around them, helping to raise funds for Shanquella Robinson’s funeral expenses and showing up in force at the weekend rally. It’s clear that Shanquella was loved and appreciated by many, and her loss has left a big hole in the lives of those who knew her.
It’s clear that the community is still grieving over Shanquella Robinson’s death. But they are also united in their resolve to seek justice for her. It’s inspiring to see such passion and commitment, and we can only hope that it leads to real change in the way cases like Shanquella’s are handled.