Its a story that many are having a hard time believing. "I just got madder, madder, and madder. We cant stand for this, we cant put up with this, this is happening to kids all over, its wrong,” explained Lynn Oglesby, Minister All Souls Unitarian Church. "Its important we not go to sleep and realize that we dont look for racism in every situation. However this is blatant racism and everyone should be concerned,” said Jennifer Green, Southern University Professor. Concerned is exactly why these people of all ages, races and religions decided to take action and be a part of history. Rallying together to support the injustice they believe has unfolded in Jena, Louisiana. "We all have issues and this is one way of getting those issues settled, were not going down there to make sure the whites and blacks fight one another, no, we are here to say its time for us to come together,” commented Dr. Artis Cash. Even though Jena has been thrust into the spotlight many know this type of situation happens all over the country but now is the time to put justice in the spotlight. "I have a son in his 20s and this very well could have happened to him and I think we all need to stand behind our children,” said Maxine Davie, Jena 6 supporter. "This is the first time that I can recall since the 60s that this many people across the united states have mobilized to help stop an injustice,” explained green.