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Community members say “Enough is Enough” Vigil against racism, violence and injustice held at Garden of Reflection


Community leaders, allies and elected officials from across Bucks County, under the leadership of the NAACP Bucks and The Peace Center, joined together for a peaceful, socially distant, car procession vigil at the Garden of Reflection in Lower Makefield June 4.

Enough is Enough: We Are Done Dying, a vigil against racism, violence and injustice, featured a candlelight vigil and served to encourage and promote meaningful actions within the community to end racism following the death of George Floyd.

Those who took part in the vigial included Newtown Township Supervisor David Oxley, state Sen. Steve Santarsiero, Rise Up Doylestown, Network of Victim Assistance, state Reps. Perry Warren and Wendi Thomas, and Newtown Township Supervisor Dennis Fisher.

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