Despite the virus keeping their freshman classes remote from home, sisters Angela and Gemma have always liked to be socially involved in important causes. So when the opportunity arises to respond to an ad requesting two dedicated young women for what appears to be a protest event that night, the girls are ready.
They’ve both often felt guilty about their own privilege and want to help out the black man, but how could either of them know that the particular black man who posted a request for protesters was actually posting for Pro-Testers, amateurs willing to go pro after a little thorough testing thanks to a special device he found that definitely brings different races together?
Angela and her sister Gemma have enjoyed the responsibility and adulthood that comes from finally being college freshmen, even if college these days means remote classes from home thanks to the spread of that annoying virus. But the virus might be the last thing they should fear when these two motivated peaceful girls go looking for a protest to be a part of.
Having always felt like they wanted to support the black man, blonde Angela and her redhead sister Gemma are definitely motivated to find some way of joining the current movement of protests, doing their part to finally put an end to inequality and bring every color together. When Angela saw the page posted on a community board down in a section of town most refer to as the ghetto, she absolutely knew it was the perfect opportunity.
As poorly printed as the page is, it says PROTESTERS WANTED in bold print, and then further reads that two dedicated young women are wanted to demonstrate their talents that very night.
As Angela explains, it clearly is a small group protest, otherwise they wouldn’t just need two, so that solves the social distancing dilemma they might have in attending. And it also must be a peaceful protest and not one of the more dangerous ones they have read about, since they wouldn’t specify that girls were wanted if they intended anything violent.
Unfortunately for Angela and Gemma, things might just get violent, but they might also enjoy it, as unbeknownst to them, the poorly printed poster may not have been so poorly printed after all, an intentional dash in the word protesters. And that cryptically worded poster page is there to find girls just like the two of them, amateurs with the potential to be pros, after a little testing.
Ultimately these two get more than the opportunity to bring colors together, all thanks to a whole lot more than just their diversity dedication. Readers Choice Month takes a pause for the cause and shows how a peaceful protest can become piece-full.
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