Mother's Walk for Peace set for Sunday

The Mothers Walk for Peace steps off at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday in Fields Corner.

The annual Mothers Walk for Peace— a pledge event benefitting the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute— steps off on Sunday morning from Town Field in Fields Corner. Registration begins at the field at 7 a.m. and the walk begins at 8:30 a.m.— following a 3.6 mile course through the neighborhood and returning to Town Field.
Mothers Walk for Peace GuideMothers Walk for Peace Guide
Participants can register online. Parking is available at 500-520 Geneva Ave Lot in Dorchester also limited street parking is available in Fields Corner.

The Louis D. Brown Peace Institute assists and empowers families impacted by violence by providing support to survivors of homicide. Applying their peace curriculum in area schools, the Peace Institute works to instill the value of peace in young people. Through education, collaboration, and policy advocacy, the Peace Institute works to raise awareness of the cause and consequences of violence on the individual, the family, and the community. To learn more visit their website.

The Dorchester Reporter is pleased to sponsor the Mothers Walk for Peace each year and to produce the walk guide— which is available here as a PDF.