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Silent Walk Sunday, September 20, 4:30-5:30 pm


We will walk in silence to show support for our BIPOC community in Lake Oswego who face oppression daily. This walk will encourage you to think deeply and quietly about equality and belonging, about love and about healing. There is power in walking together, and meditating together. At the end of the walk we will share information about what we can do now to support our BIPOC families.

  • Family friendly.

  • If you wish to carry a sign you may.

  • Wear a mask

Arrive at 4:30. Instructions at 4:45

Millennium Park near fireplace

Organized by Respond to Racism and LO for LOve

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