In support of the National Buffalo Soldiers
and Troopers MC, the Toledo Buffalo Soldiers hosted a "Ride
For Justice" motorcycle ride on Sunday, June 14. The ride
began at 10 a.m. after a blessing by Pastor Randall Parker
and the Toledo Buffalo Soldiers along with individuals and
club members from various area clubs rode from Toledo to
Napoleon Harley-Davidson in Napoleon, OH.
The ride was meant to show solidarity in the
community for justice reform. This was not a protest,
emphasized the organizers, simply a show of support for
reform in the justice system.
Many of the Buffalo Soldiers are ex or
current law enforcement officers, and the national
organization was founded by a Chicago police officer.
Riders received a free breakfast provided by
Off The Rails food trolley that morning at the staging
Earl Mack, TBS president, and Fred LeFebvre,
public information officer for TBS, served as the primary
organizers. The TBS members were joined by several dozen