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Ethan Genauer

Greetings and solidarity from the Interfaith Peace Walk against nuclear weapons and war! Today we walked 18 miles from Tacoma to Auburn ... our walk ends on Bainbridge Island on August 10. After that, myself and perhaps a few other Peace Walkers are interested in possibly joining your walk for immigration justice. (A main concern for me is whether you are traveling with a support vehicle that could carry my extra stuff, since I'm up here from California and I brought a large backpack that's too heavy to carry for 10 miles!) In Tacoma this past weekend and tonight we're staying with the Guadalupe Catholic Worker community ... wonderful folks who i hope you'll get to meet when you arrive in Tacoma. FWIW, I have also recently lived and organized with the Trinity House Catholic Workers in Albuqureque, NM. Please respond to me at ethanagri4(at)gmail.com ... blessings for your walk, and hope to meet you soon!

Liz Wright

It sounds like Monday was an inspiring day, being able to visit the Migrants who live in that valley and who are served by the parish. What a fitting reward you had that day for all your walking!

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