Friday the walk had its rest day at the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute in Dorchester.
The Louis D. Brown Institute was founded after Tina Cherry lost her son to violence. She wanted to create a place of peace and healing so that families dealing with homicide – victims and perpetrators, could come together. It was a beautiful rest day and the group was joined by long time walker Neelia Sargent, and Western activist George Esworthy.
A big thank you also to Jane, Phoebe and Sam who hosted some of the walkers!
The walk left the Louis D. Brown Institute for the Bourne Bridge where they met up with some Wampanoag friends in the area. Troy, Sonia, Mother Bear, Hazel, & Kim were among the group who came…
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