Congregations United to Serve Humanity will hold a peace and healing march July 21 in Kenosha.
An announcement from CUSH said people are invited to gather on the east lawn of the Kenosha Public Museum at 7 pm.
Marchers will go to the lakefront, where community and faith leaders will lead a lantern release — pending DNR approval — representing the officers and people of color who died in recent events.
The event marks a starting point for CUSH to foster dialogue and actions that lead to equity, justice, peace, and healing for our whole community, the news release stated.
CUSH is a non-partisan, interfaith coalition dedicated to "the pursuit of justice through advocacy, education and empowerment."
For more information about the march or CUSH, call 262-564-8223.
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