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Mon Oct 27 2008 (Updated 11/15/08) "Together We Can Make a Difference For Our Future Generations"
15th Annual Peace and Unity March in Watsonville The 15th annual Peace and Unity March takes place Sunday, November 16th starting with a rally at 11:00am in the Watsonville Plaza.

For the last 15 years, the Watsonville Brown Berets, along with families of fallen victims and other community members, have organized the Peace and Unity March. In this time, more than 80 residents of the Watsonville community have lost their lives to violence. Organizers say, "This must end! As a community, it is vital to remain proactive and send a united and positive message into all our homes and neighborhoods. Enough of the violence!" Read More

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