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Singing for Peace in Pawtucket, RI

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.19.16
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Mary Pendergast and others with the Sisters of Mercy and the Carolyn Mcdade Singers gathered to sing for peace during the Campaign Nonviolence Week of Actions!  Mary says “We came together to sing for peace in our world and to heal our hearts of violence.  We celebrated a ritual extending peace to the four directions .”

See photos and video below.


Photos by Mary Pendergast

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