Why I Walked for Peace

While delegates and protesters were preparing to converge on
New York City, a non-partisan pilgrimage honoring the memory of Unknown Civilian Victims of War was working its way down from Boston.
I joined it as a part of my struggle to prevent bitterness and hatred from clouding my view of humanity.

On August 25, Stonewalkers arrived at the Summerfield United
Methodist Church
in Pt. Chester and
were greeted by the daycampers there. The next day, the 1400-lb. granite was pushed on its caisson to the United Methodist Church in Mamaroneck, and on the 27th
to Fordham Prep
High School in the Bronx. On Saturday, August 28, it was pushed
to St. Mary

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