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CNV Orange County, CA Holds Peace Vigil

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.24.14

On September 23, 2014 Campaign Nonviolence Southern California joined the Orange County Peace Alliance and Military Families Speak Out for a peace rally at the circle in Orange, CA!

On September 24 Senior Patriots at Leisure World in Seal Beach, CA held a peace rally!

Campaign Nonviolence Southern California continued their week of nonviolent awareness raising events and public actions. September 27th they held a vigil along Harbor Blvd. in Orange County called “Take A Spot on Harbor Blvd” which drew participants from St. Simon and Jude Parish in Huntington Beach; Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish in La Habra; and a whole bunch of folks from a number of organizations: Military Families Speak Out, Senor Patriots, Orange County Peace Coalition to name a few. Four corners along Harbor Blvd featured people who were standing for an end to war, poverty, and environmental destruction.

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