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CNV Organizers Walk Through Toronto for Peace

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.22.15

On September 20th CNV organizers in Toronto, Canada took part in a walk through downtown with several symbolic stations. Each station had a topic and speaker including: the blue scarf movement, first nations reconciliation, systemic violence (police), militarism, climate change, war resisters in Canada, no just war, peace prayer. About 30 people took part. See images of each station in the slides below.

See these photos on their facebook account here as well.

Photo Credit:James Loney (CPTer)

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