RICHMOND, Va. -- A group of Central Virginia children and their parents added their voices to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement during a march in Richmond Saturday morning.
The group marched from the Children's Museum of Richmond to the Arthur Ashe Center where Richmond Public Schools Superintendent Jason Kamras addressed the crowd.
"Supporting Black lives and other lives, too," one boy said. "Black lives matter and I think we should care more. And also we're just marching for us, so we can have justice."
Watch WTVR CBS 6 Photojournalist Janelle Pierangelino's video report above.