As dusk turned to dawn on Nov. 17, Memorial Stadium’s lights flickered on and Todd Rhodes took center stage wearing a creamsicle-orange t-shirt that read, “If not now,... Savannah coach holds rally to halt gun violence

As dusk turned to dawn on Nov. 17, Memorial Stadium’s lights flickered on and Todd Rhodes took center stage wearing a creamsicle-orange t-shirt that read, “If not now, when?” The coach and founder of the 6-U football team, the Savannah Royal Lions, stood in front of Memorial Stadium on the visitor’s side and opened the candlelight vigil with an impassioned speech about ending gun violence in Savannah.

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