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This Saturday in Hornell: A walk for racial and religous healing

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Anti-hate group will march in response Neo-Nazi activity in Hornell

In July 2022, Neo-Nazi literature (with skull and swastika emblems) was distributed to three houses of worship in Hornell targeting a Roman Catholic church, a predominantly black congregation church, and a Jewish synagogue.

·      What is our response?

To march in unity to each of the three targeted houses of worship and rededicate them to their sacred purpose of worship.

·      Why should you participate?

This is an opportunity for us, who opposed to religious and racial intimidation, to encourage one another by coming out and lending our presence and voice .  By participating, you will be saying that Neo-Nazi intimidation is not okay in our community.

·      Where and When?  Our walk begins at the

o  Rehoboth Deliverance Ministries Church

o  112 East Avenue in Hornell

o  1 pm     Saturday, September 24

This walk is organized by religious leaders in our community including representatives from Rehoboth Deliverance Ministries Church, St. Anne’s Church, and Beth-El Synagogue, the three targeted houses of worship that will be rededicated on our walk.  Those who are not able to walk between locations are invited to drive.

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