Watertown Community Stands in Solidarity with Charlottesville, Holds Candlelight Vigil Watertown Square – Hundreds of Watertown residents lined the delta in Watertown Square on Monday night to protest hate and bigotry in the wake of this past weekend’s violent events in Charlottesville, VA. A candlelight vigil was organized by Watertown Citizens for Peace, Justice and […]
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Conversation About Keeping Communities Safe for Immigrants Held in Watertown First Parish of Watertown – In April, local organizations such Progressive Watertown, Watertown Citizens for Peace, Justice, and the Environment, and the Democratic Town Committee held an event they called “Watertown Welcomes Immigrants.” It took the form of a display in Watertown Square followed by […]
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“Watertown Welcomes Immigrants” as Hundreds Line Streets in Support Watertown Square – Towns and cities all over the country have begun declaring themselves “sanctuary cities” in response to President Donald Trump’s executive orders regarding immigrants coming to the United States. Several groups in Watertown are hoping to get town officials to declare Watertown as a […]
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Dozens of Watertown Residents Attend Women’s Marches in Boston, Washington D.C Boston – Following the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the United States, millions of Americans all over the country gathered in major cities to march in support of women’s rights. Local groups Progressive Watertown and Watertown Citizens for Peace, Justice and the […]
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