KENOSHA — In the aftermath of destruction, it’s not hard to find the good, in the Uptown part of Kenosha.
“I just want to help rebuild the community,” said Kenosha resident, Jennie Robinson.
Residents of all ages and backgrounds picked up cans of paint and brushes to express community love.
Joshua Ferguson owns a business in the uptown area and helped organize the event, he said he wanted to turn a bad situation into something positive.
“We will be OK. We will come together we will rise again,” said Ferguson.
Krista Maurer lost her business in a fire two weeks before the civil unrest. She said she knows how powerful community support is.
“This is a little different, this is a cause that we all should be standing for unity... fairness. That’s the cause let’s not forget that message,” said Maurer
That’s why she hopes members of downtown and uptown will come together to unite as one, Kenosha strong.
“We are going to work together… and we never want to be divided again never,” said Maurer.