Solidarity Walk 2018: Manchester to Dover – Wednesday, August 22 through Saturday, August 25

New Hampshire faith leaders have announced that they plan to trek from Manchester to Dover in a four day “Solidarity Walk for Immigrant Justice.” The walk will mirror the trip an immigrant who is detained by I.C.E. takes from the Federal Building in Manchester to the Dover Jail and possible deportation. The Walk is being planned by many faith groups that have held prayer vigils outside the Norris Cotton Federal Building in Manchester over the past year. It will pass through the towns of Auburn, Candia, Raymond, Epping, Madbury and Dover. Walkers are expected to walk about 11 miles each day and informal meetings and presentations will be held in the evening in towns along the route. It will conclude with a prayer service and vigil outside the Strafford Cunty Jail in Dover.

You can sign up and find more information, including out how to support walkers, here.

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