A view of the Caravan for Peace with Justice from a member of the Fellowship of Reconciliation
"An Attitude of Soul" | Fellowship of Reconciliation: "A young man from Mexico City had a paper bowl with red paint, and offered to put a dab of it on my forehead. “What’s the symbol?” I asked him. “For the blood of the shot to the head,” he said. I said I didn’t want to give them that hint. I asked him what the caravan was like for him. “To be honest,” he said, “lots of times it was just crying. Crying.”
The stories broke open hearts, and in turn opened stories of those whose hearts were already broken. “We have seen a sea of dignity,” said one of the participants."
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