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Boycott, Divest, and Sanction Event in Beaverton,OR

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.26.16

By Mary Ryan-Hotchkiss with Spirit of Grace Catholic and Lutheran community

As part of Campaign Nonviolence, Sunday Sept. 25 Spirit of Grace, formerly Mission of the Atonement, in Beaverton, Oregon, hosted a retired Episcopal Bishop and former Board Chair of Sabeel North America, Rev. Canon Dick Toll, as a speaker on Nonviolence and BDS, Boycott, Divest, and Sanction, in support of human rights for Palestinians.  After readings, prayers, songs and Rev. Toll’s speech, 33  people enthusiastically committed on cards to a variety of BDS actions. About 50 people total attended.

The event was co-sponsored by the Holy Land Ministry team.
Maureen Hovenkotter, Mary Ryan-Hotchkiss, and Sheri Davidson are in the photo above.

Photo Credit: Manny Hotchkiss

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