With all of the turmoil going on across the states as people are tired of police brutality and just having black, unarmed men murdered, it's hard to be comfortable in your own neighborhood. Aside from the coronavirus keeping people indoors, just the idea of being black and outside is terrifying. One Nashville black man was afraid to go for a walk in his own neighborhood. People reported Shawn Dromgoole posted to the Next Door app that he was afraid to walk outside fearing he wouldn't return home alive because we have seen that narrative play out one too many times. We get it. He posted that he wanted to walk and couldn't make it off the porch. He said he called his mom and she said she would walk with him. Well after that post, he not only had his mom to walk with, but his Nashville community came together with him. According to a news channel, about 50 members of his community came together. Shawn said, "My neighbor said we’ll walk with you. One after one." He said he didn't do that to be seen but he just wanted to walk in his own neighborhood. His neighbors plan on doing another community walk soon.