Thousands of supporters took part in Monday evening's Peace Walk that is part of the SevenDays Make a Ripple, Change the World, a weeklong movement to bring the local community together and embrace diversity across races, religions and cultures. The idea was spawned after the April 13, 2014 tragedy at the Jewish Community Campus and Village Shalom in Overland Park. On Monday evening, the walk began at the Jewish Community Campus and concluded three miles to the south at the Church of the Resurrection.
Thousands of supporters took part in Monday evening's Peace Walk that is part of the SevenDays Make a Ripple, Change the World, a weeklong movement to bring the local community together and embrace diversity across races, religions and cultures. The idea was spawned after the April 13, 2014 tragedy at the Jewish Community Campus and Village Shalom in Overland Park. On Monday evening, the walk began at the Jewish Community Campus and concluded three miles to the south at the Church of the Resurrection. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star
Thousands of supporters took part in Monday evening's Peace Walk that is part of the SevenDays Make a Ripple, Change the World, a weeklong movement to bring the local community together and embrace diversity across races, religions and cultures. The idea was spawned after the April 13, 2014 tragedy at the Jewish Community Campus and Village Shalom in Overland Park. On Monday evening, the walk began at the Jewish Community Campus and concluded three miles to the south at the Church of the Resurrection. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star

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