In response to racist graffit scrawled on the homes of 3 African families, the Concord Interfaith Council rallied the community to "Love Your Neighbor." Several hundred people turned out on a bright Wednesday afternoon in front of the State House, September 29, 2011. You can read Maggie Fogarty's statement at: afsc.org/story/maggie-fogarty-we-will-not-give-scapegoati....
Maggie Fogarty was one of the speakers at the "Love Your Neighbor" Rally in Concord, September 28, 2011.
Following the scrawling of racist graffiti on the homes of three African refugee families in Concord, members of the community organized “Love Your Neighbor” rallies September 24 and again September 28. AFSC’s Maggie Fogarty was one of the speakers at the second rally, which was organized by the Concord Interfaith Council. The following is a slightly edited version of her statement:
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