Zac Alberty, of Cleveland, said he wants to share love and peace. “I’m just here to spread love and peace. This is my city — I grew up here, I’ve lived here my entire life, and the last two days I’ve seen a lot of hatred. ... I mean you can disagree with somebody, but to take it to hate is like whole new level, and I just don’t want to see my city hate.”
Zac Alberty, of Cleveland, said he wants to share love and peace. “I’m just here to spread love and peace. This is my city — I grew up here, I’ve lived here my entire life, and the last two days I’ve seen a lot of hatred. ... I mean you can disagree with somebody, but to take it to hate is like whole new level, and I just don’t want to see my city hate.” Gabrielle Mannino Special to the Centre Daily Times
Zac Alberty, of Cleveland, said he wants to share love and peace. “I’m just here to spread love and peace. This is my city — I grew up here, I’ve lived here my entire life, and the last two days I’ve seen a lot of hatred. ... I mean you can disagree with somebody, but to take it to hate is like whole new level, and I just don’t want to see my city hate.” Gabrielle Mannino Special to the Centre Daily Times

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