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The People's Journey


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Tonight join the People’s Journey, two Iraq War veterans, an Iraqi refugee and several youth from Afghanistan and Palestine all spreading a message of the need for peace—a message they learned the hard way.---

This unique cross section of voices for peace and understanding will be stopping in Utah tonight as part of a national tour. Tonight’s event will not be about finding fault but with finding solutions for peace, through sharing the group’s unique experience living with war and the damage it causes.

Check it out tonight, June 28 at the Quaker Meetinghouse, 171 E. 4800 South, Murray, 7:00 pm.