Heartwarming moment as newlywed couple joins in protests minutes after ceremony

Heartwarming moment as newlywed couple joins in protests minutes after ceremony

- Kerry Anne and Michael Gordon wanted to celebrate their big day in the company of their fellow black folk

- They got married at a town hall and dashed into the streets wearing their full wedding attire

- The two kissed in the midst of their fellow Black Lives Matter fighters and joined in on the protests

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A US couple who did not want to be left out as their fellow blacks fought for a revolution got married and quickly rushed to the streets to join in on protests.

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Kerry Anne and Michael Gordon said their vows at a town hall and headed out in their wedding attire to Philadelphia Museum of Art where protesters had gathered.

As soon as Black Lives Matter champions spotted them, the chanting and walking temporarily came to a standstill in honour of the newlyweds.

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Guys stood and clapped for Kerry and Michael as they celebrated their resilience and love for their fellow black folk.

The two who had on a white gown and black tuxedo kissed and embraced in front of their fellow protesters and that was the best thing most guys saw that day.

They then turned and folded their hands into fists before raising them to the sky as a show of solidarity.

Guys smiled, screamed, laughed and cried when they witnessed love bloom into something bigger and stronger.

The pair’s photo went viral on social media and a video of their solidarity walk made netizens believe in the importance of pure, unfiltered love.

The two became instant celebrities and poster kids for modern-day freedom fighters.

Philadelphia joined fellow citizens in protesting the death of George Floyd.

Demonstrations within the area have lasted nine days and more guys have been turning up to speak against police brutality.

Meanwhile, a young group of Ghanaian men have been recorded in a video as they were caught red-handed dumping rubbish along the Accra-Tema Motorway in broad daylight.

The action of the young men comes as an interesting surprise as the Ghana government set an agenda to make Ghana the cleanest city in Africa.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Facts and Truths, it appears that a civilian first spotted the young men and drew the attention of the military officer.

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