Jerseys for Jackson: Outpouring of support for 8-year-old boy killed in Waukesha parade tragedy
A Texas man originally from southeast Wisconsin created the hashtag "#jerseysforjackson" and people are showing their support by wearing baseball jerseys on the job Friday.
Social media posts show the outpouring of support for the tribute.
#Jerseys4Jacksonpic.twitter.com/DYi6e1xQg4— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) December 3, 2021
#JerseysForJacksonpic.twitter.com/ZYoj468mx7— Christian Yelich (@ChristianYelich) December 3, 2021
This one’s for you, Jackson! #jerseysforjacksonpic.twitter.com/Mp5ISEv9u5— Brent Suter (@bruter24) December 3, 2021
#Jerseys4Jackson pic.twitter.com/A09XEpZuuN— Mayor Tom Barrett (@MayorOfMKE) December 3, 2021
#Jerseys4Jacksonpic.twitter.com/OfJUtHHXLI— Milwaukee Milkmen (@MKEMilkmen) December 3, 2021
#Jerseys4Jacksonpic.twitter.com/OXs5fQbKAn— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) December 3, 2021
#Jerseys4Jacksonpic.twitter.com/Efr4MIH4JV— Milwaukee Admirals (@mkeadmirals) December 3, 2021
#MKEPD#Jerseys4Jackson Day! #WaukeshaStrongpic.twitter.com/gIvNuO5XF3— Milwaukee Police (@MilwaukeePolice) December 3, 2021
#Jerseys4Jackson at @BCHS_SDE ?⚾️ pic.twitter.com/3LAfNO8hEZ— Brookfield Central HS (@BCHS_SDE) December 3, 2021
#jerseys4jacksonpic.twitter.com/nzeuS6KQwK— CBS 58 News (@CBS58) December 3, 2021
The @CBS58 Morning News team is wearing #Jerseys4Jackson and encourage you to wear one Friday, Dec. 3 in honor of Jackson Sparks, the youngest victim killed in the Waukesha parade tragedy. #WaukeshaChristmasParadepic.twitter.com/2WBd98Pzvn— CBS 58 News (@CBS58) December 3, 2021