• Natick peace-making circle aims to resolve racial tensions

    Looking for a way to resolve the racial tensions in their own towns and beyond, around 25 people attended a peace-making circle at the Common Street Community Church Saturday afternoon.

    The exercise, according to leader Michelle Cromwell, is a “powerful mixture, elixir” of Native American tradition and more modern conflict resolution methods, and is intended to get participants to open up about their thoughts, fears and prejudices, and in the process help start to repair a rift in their community.

    Read the full January 3, 2015, article at the Wicked Local website.

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