Home > News > DLN Features > Frozen Flash Mob Raises Awareness for Local Youth

Frozen Flash Mob Raises Awareness for Local Youth


This afternoon on the Monroe County Courthouse lawn, about a dozen local residents who work with youth gathered to simply stand together, completely motionless. The youth workers stood silently for five minutes as passersby stepped around them, took photos and looked generally confused. WFHB Assistant News Director Joe Crawford was on the scene for the flash freeze mob, where he spoke with some of the participants. He began by speaking with Sierra Olivia Thomas-Williams, the prevention program coordinator at Middle Way House, and Kelly Frank, the director of campus exploration for the Journey Fellowship Program.

Check Also

Kite Line: March 24, 2017- Cyclical Confinement: Homelessness and Incarceration

In this episode, we speak to people with experience with both homelessness and incarceration. Often, …