"It's a national issue. It's a social issue. That makes it a local issue, and it was time for somebody to say something," says Jewelia Hazelwood of police brutality. The Black Lives Matter movement has flourished in Martin. Click below to find out more.
MARTIN, TN -- Organizers gathered in front of the C.E. Weldon Public Library in Martin on Friday to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody. However, a lone woman lead the charge. Jewelia Hazelwood went out on Thursday to make her statement. Her sign read "a death sentence wi...