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Fremont, MI: No Violence-Know Peace

Posted by Ryan Hall
10.03.14

CNV Fremont, MI  (3)On September 21, the International Day of Peace, members of St Marks’ Episcopal Church in Fremont, MI along with Women in Black dedicated a Peace Garden after their church service.Fremont, MI Women in Black (3)

On September 25, Women in Black, Newaygo County wearing their sky blue scarves participated in the annual Harvest Parade in Fremont Michigan. They carried signs that said “No Violence – Know Peace on one side and alternatives to violence on the other side. 13 people participated in this event and they plan on holding monthly marches throughout Newaygo County.

See a few more pictures on the CNV Flickr account here!

 

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