Solidarity Walk news roundup

From August 22-25, the NH Council of Churches was one of many groups participating in the Solidarity Walk for Immigrant Justice from Manchester to Dover. One major goal of the Solidarity Walk was to keep the stories of immigrants in the media. A variety of news sources covered the Solidarity Walk, which we have tried to summarize here:

  1. Episcopal News Service, Episcopalians to join 40-mile Solidarity Walk to immigrant detention facility in New Hampshire
  2. Episcopal News Service, Solidarity Walk in New Hampshire helps energize state’s immigrant justice efforts
  3. US News and World Report, Groups to Hold 40-Mile ‘Solidarity Walk’ for Immigrants
  4. Seacoast Online, Pro-immigrant march: From Manchester ICE to jail in Dover
  5. Manchester Ink Link, Solidarity Walk for Immigrant Justice to start in Manchester August 22
  6. NH Public Radio, Dozens Start 4-Day Walk In Manchester To Bring Attention To U.S. Immigration Policy
  7. Fosters, 40-mile walk mirrors plight of immigrants
  8. WMUR, March from Manchester to Dover highlights immigrant justice
  9. ABC News, For this New Hampshire congressional candidate, walking 40 miles from the ICE Manchester office to the ICE detention facility in Dover is personal
  10. Public News Service, Faith Leaders Marching in Solidarity with Immigrants

Did you see other news reports about the Solidarity Walk? Let us know!