Nashville Residents Support Man Afraid to Walk Outside Alone in Childhood Neighborhood

“I didn’t do any of this to be seen. I didn’t do anything for any reason. I just wanted to take a walk in my neighborhood… but if it is going to change the way people see people like me then I want to do that,” Shawn said. “Can’t wait to see you all at our next gathering. Let’s walk!”

Amid the outpouring of love and support, Shawn tells E! News, “Everyone, no matter who you are, no matter what your socio-economic status is, everyone is a neighbor. Everyone is a neighbor and everyone deserves the ability to walk in their neighborhood without fear.”

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I was afraid to walk by myself in my childhood neighborhood , because I was afraid I wouldn’t live to see another day . When I shared this fear with my neighbors they said we will walk with you. This is only the beginning !!!! #wewalkwithshawn #Iwillwalk #iwillbreath #iwilllive @theellenshow @andersoncooper @msnbc @maddowshow @chrislhayes @goodmorningamerica @morningjoe @tylerperry @oprah @

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