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In East Patchogue on Thursday, Leon Goodman is walking 118 miles, from Manhattan to Montauk to protest acts of police brutality. KITTY MERRILL

In East Patchogue on Thursday, Leon Goodman is walking 118 miles, from Manhattan to Montauk to protest acts of police brutality. KITTY MERRILL

Leon Goodman is walking 118 miles, from Manhattan to Montauk to protest acts of police brutality. KITTY MERRILL

Leon Goodman is walking 118 miles, from Manhattan to Montauk to protest acts of police brutality. KITTY MERRILL

Leon Goodman with new friends at the train station in WEsthampton. COURTESY LEON GOODMAN

Leon Goodman with new friends at the train station in WEsthampton. COURTESY LEON GOODMAN

Leon Goodman with new friends Alexis Gersten and Mary Alyce Rogers at the train station in Westhampton. COURTESY LEON GOODMAN

Leon Goodman with new friends Alexis Gersten and Mary Alyce Rogers at the train station in Westhampton. COURTESY LEON GOODMAN

Leon Goodman with walk companions and supporters Laverne Oliver, Willie Jenkins, and Cierra Gioielli.

Leon Goodman with walk companions and supporters Laverne Oliver, Willie Jenkins, and Cierra Gioielli.

Taking a breather on the trek from Westhampton to Hampton Bays on Sunday. KITTY MERRILL

Taking a breather on the trek from Westhampton to Hampton Bays on Sunday. KITTY MERRILL

Walking a 10-mile leg of Leon Goodman's 118 mile march from Manhattan to Montauk on Sunday. KITTY MERRILL

Walking a 10-mile leg of Leon Goodman's 118 mile march from Manhattan to Montauk on Sunday. KITTY MERRILL

Melissa Sidor, Leon Goodman and Lisa Votino in Hampton Bays on Sunday.  DANA SHAW

Melissa Sidor, Leon Goodman and Lisa Votino in Hampton Bays on Sunday. DANA SHAW

Leon Goodman and the group who walked with him on Sunday at the Hampton Bays train station.  DANA SHAW

Leon Goodman and the group who walked with him on Sunday at the Hampton Bays train station. DANA SHAW

Leon Goodman and Mary Alyce Rogers walking in Hampton Bays on Sunday.  DANA SHAW

Leon Goodman and Mary Alyce Rogers walking in Hampton Bays on Sunday. DANA SHAW

Local activist Willie Jenkins, Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman, and Leon Goodman in Hampton Bays on Wednesday. ZOE OKA PHOTO

Local activist Willie Jenkins, Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman, and Leon Goodman in Hampton Bays on Wednesday. ZOE OKA PHOTO

authorKitty Merrill on Oct 9, 2020
UPDATE: Wednesday, October 21: Amazement, Applause, And A Prayer At The Lighthouse As he rounded a curve in the path at Montauk Point State Park, the lighthouse came into view... more

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