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Campaign Nonviolence Springfield, MA sets next event

Posted by Ken Butigan
11.05.14
Spring

Campaign Nonviolence is on the move.  The September Week of Actions was just the beginning of this movement to mainstream nonviolence and build a culture of peace. Here’s the next action happening in Springfield, Massachusetts, reported on MassLive.com, a local website:

“The Greater Springfield Campaign Nonviolence Committee, a coalition group, will hold its second walk for nonviolence on Sunday, Nov. 9, at 2:30 p.m.The hour-long walk will begin at the parking lot of Blessed Sacrament Church, 40 Waverly St., and end there with talks by clergy, area residents and community leaders.”

 

 

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