dream-defenders.jpgFlorida-based youth advocacy group, Dream Defenders, released a video Wednesday regarding the death of 17-year-old Georgia high schooler Kendrick Johnson. Johnson was found dead in a rolled up wrestling mat in a gym inside the Lowndes High School in Valdosta, sparking a series of unanswered questions from his parents and supporters.

The Dream Defenders have compiled a video titled “#JusticeForKJ” which aims to reveal a new angle to the curious case.

On Wednesday, a rally was held on the Georgia Capitol steps featuring a bevy of civil rights activists and speakers including Martin Luther King III, Jeff Johnson, Goldie Taylor and many more. The Dream Defenders video serves a precursor for the “Who Killed KJ” rally, and features exclusive interviews with Johnson’s parents, Jacquelyn and Kenneth Johnson and others in the Valdosta community.

Watch The #JusticeForKJ Video Below:

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