“Black Lives Matter, All Lives Matter.” These slogans are gaining popularity nationwide through the protests and rallies organized in response to grand jury decisions in New York and Missouri not to indict white police officers in the deaths of unarmed black men. These situations have sparked discussions about institutional racism and the role of the police in communities across the nation. Arlington joined the public conversation by organizing a Vigil on Sunday, December 14th. Students, church members, activists, and over 400 people gathered to show their solidarity and promote the importance of peace. APN brings you this coverage of the demonstration.