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Please Support Families from Nov. 21 Violence

Dear all, When Johnnel Cruz, Ariel Dume, and Winzisky Soto passed away in November, many Jamaica Plain residents responded quickly to hold events, vigils, and meetings, as well as support Same Old Place. Since then, a number of young adults, youth workers, and community supporters have continued working to channel tragedy into something positive and working to stop future violence from occurring. Part of this work is continuing to support the families involved, including financially. It means a…See More
Jan 6, 2011
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Please Support Families from Nov. 21 Violence

Dear all, When Johnnel Cruz, Ariel Dume, and Winzisky Soto passed away in November, many Jamaica Plain residents responded quickly to hold events, vigils, and meetings, as well as support Same Old Place. Since then, a number of young adults, youth workers, and community supporters have continued working to channel tragedy into something positive and working to stop future violence from occurring. Part of this work is continuing to support the families involved, including financially. It means a…See More
Jan 5, 2011
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Please Support Families from Nov. 21 Violence

Posted on January 5, 2011 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

Dear all,

 

When Johnnel Cruz, Ariel Dume, and Winzisky Soto passed away in November, many Jamaica Plain residents responded quickly to hold events, vigils, and meetings, as well as support Same Old Place.

 

Since then, a number of young adults, youth workers, and community supporters have continued working to channel tragedy into something positive and working to stop future violence from occurring. Part of this work is continuing to support the families involved,…

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