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“This pilgrimage is the physical manifestation of our support for the refugee community and their long journeys to safety,” Marist sophomore Sara Jane Shulman said in a statement.
The group will offer prayers for people undergoing difficult journeys, and carry signs and banners during the walk.
Share the Journey’s Marist chapter began in 2017, “when students felt compelled to confront anti-migrant sentiment and affirm the dignity of the growing number of migrants in the world,” the school said.
Marist, a private school with about 1,100 students, is located in Brookhaven.
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