The third Saturday of June for 19 years, WOW has remembered and celebrated the lives of our Flint neighbors who have lost their lives to violence. At the same time we have consoled and acknowledged the intense trauma that family and friends have continued to experience along with the loss of their loved one.  


2021 will find WOW again hosting the March and Expo. Twenty years of ensuring that Flint does not forget, and that Flint is reminded of the violence that must be addressed in Flint.


It provides a venue and purpose for youth, adults, law enforcement, and many other partners to work together to heighten awareness of the need to address violence in the community.  The Expo educates and strengthens individuals and families about community resources, inspires community compassion, and engages residents in actions to reduce violence in their neighborhoods.


We seek to engage, unite and encourage individuals and

groups from culturally diverse backgrounds to get involved

and to make a positive difference in someone’s life. Come with us to rally for peace, pay tribute to those loss to violence, build relationships and connect with others to decrease violence, increase safety and improve neighborhood conditions. 

*Video by Eye Snap Studios*


Your help is needed to support and participate in this year’s 19th Annual Unity March, Saturday June 27, 2020, starting at 11:30 am and will begin at 6900 Saginaw Street, Flint, MI 48505, location of Our Savior Lutheran Church .

The Unity March is an inclusive effort that exemplifies a strong movement of the community by bringing together diverse people in a public demonstration of unity and solidarity. 

This demonstration of citizens working and standing together is our way of using our collective voice of saying, NO MORE! We are Marching against Violence, for a Cause and with Great Purpose. All this is done with the mindset of serving our most vulnerable and the residents within the City of Flint.

This march honors and remembers the life of those we have loss to violence and celebrates youth and families actively working to be agents of positive change. These safety efforts and unifying events are examples of what Community means: Connecting people, building relationships, increasing neighborhood safety and creating opportunities for youth and families.


When we join as a Community ,
we can accomplish our goals and be victorious within our homes, neighborhoods, and surrounding communities.

Can we count on you to be a partner? Through this collaborative partnership you can provide an engaging resource table, volunteer, donate cases of bottled water, non-perishable food or toiletry items, sponsor kid-friendly activities, contribute monetary donations and most importantly give time and talent to make this March and Community Expo a success and memorable occasion.


Unity March 2020 Partner form 

Phone: (810) 789-7700

Fax:  (810) 789-7707
E-Mail: Workintwogether@gmail.com