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CNV Twin Cities Vigil for Nonviolent Solidarity

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.26.14
CNV Minneapolis-St. Paul Peace Vigil (4)

On Wednesday September 24, various groups gathered to celebrate peace and help begin mainstreaming nonviolence by joining together on the Lake Street bridge that links Minneapolis and St. Paul to bridge communities, organizations and causes across the globe that are seeking to end war, poverty and climate destruction.

Groups participating included:  Women Against Military Madness (WAMM), University Baptist Church, Kwanzaa Community Church, Twin Cities Peace Committee, Anti-War Committee and St. Frances Cabrini Justice and Peace Nonviolence Committee.

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