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    March On Boston's Trails To Freedom

    Walking route mapped by  Lindsay Ladd Photo
    5 years ago

    Starts near Boston, USSEARCH NEARBY
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    1.599 miles
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    219 ft | 206 ft 
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    About

    On August 28, 2016, the 53rd Anniversary of The March we will March on Boston's Trails to Freedom. Along the route speakers, performers, and faith leaders will join together to demonstrate and demand change. During the closing ceremony there will be a bell ringing.

    The Bells will chime in remembrance of the life and work of Dr. King and in tribute to his legacy, and those who are still ready and willing to answer the call to action for todays’ movement, and who like us believe in nonviolence and dignity as the only mean of struggle to achieve equality of mankind, without regard to race, belief and social status.

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    Please be careful to observe all signs for rights of way when following other people's routes, as we cannot guarantee that they do not cross private or hazardous land.

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