Candlelight Vigil Held Alongside Watertown Police to Honor Victims of Racial Injustice Watertown Square – On the evening of July 28th, members of Watertown’s Kingian Response team held a candlelight vigil in Watertown Square in memory of all those who have been killed by actions of racial bigotry and injustice. The Watertown Police Department participated […]
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Watertown Dedicates Mural of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Teachings Boys & Girls Club – On June 7, Watertown residents of all ages gathered to celebrate the artistic efforts made by dozens of individuals. Over the past months student and adult volunteers created a mural depicting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s principles of nonviolent conflict […]
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Watertown Students and Adult Volunteers Create Mural of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Principles of Nonviolence Boys & Girls Club – Middle School and High School students were joined by adult volunteers during April vacation week to create a new mural for the community to enjoy. The giant work of art is on display on the […]
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Watertown Students, Police Officers Graduate Nonviolent Conflict Reconciliation Training Watertown High School – Watertown High School – Dozens of Watertown students, teachers, and police officers are now certified to teach others in the community about the principles of nonviolent conflict reconciliation taught by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.. Photo by Dan Hogan A graduation ceremony […]
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