Learn How to Join the Watertown Mother’s Day Walk for Peace Team

WATERTOWN – On Sunday May 12, Watertown residents will once again join together in the Mothers’ Day Walk for Peace, supporting the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute and its services to families and communities affected by violence and trauma. This is the TENTH year Watertown Walks for Peace (WW4P) has shown up to lend their support to the work of the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute!

Please walk and/or donate to help us reach our fundraising goal of $5000! You can sign up to walk and/or make an online donation here at our WW4P team webpage. A free bus will leave Watertown for the walk in Dorchester at 7:15am sharp from First Parish in Watertown, 35 Church Street. Arrive at 7am to join a gathering circle before we leave. The bus will return to Watertown by 1pm. Wear purple and white, if you have it. Some signs will be provided for walkers. Sign up for the bus here. Walkers are also welcome to meet up with the WW4P team in Dorchester.

Why WW4P is important. The Mother’s Day Walk for Peace is sponsored by the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute, a center for healing and teaching, supporting those who have lost loved ones to violence, and working with young people to teach the ways of peace.  It was founded by Chaplain Clementina Chery, the mother of Louis D. Brown, who was killed by random gunfire in 1993. The Institute has earned a reputation as an innovative leader for peace.

Watertown Walks for Peace is sponsored by:  World in Watertown; Watertown Citizens for Peace, Justice, and the Environment; First Parish of Watertown; Church of the Good Shepherd Watertown; and Progressive Watertown.



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