500 gather around East End Cooperative Ministry in a candlelight vigil dedicated to peace

I recently started freelancing for Print, Pittsburgh’s East End community newspaper, published and distributed exclusively in print. This piece is about the December 4 “Let Peace Shine” Vigil hosted by the East End Cooperative Ministry in the East Liberty neighborhood in Pittsburgh. The vigil did not focus on a specific tragedy or victim but instead aimed to call for peace everywhere. Click below to read the article, scanned from the original December 10-16, 2015 edition of Print, or go to the following links: Page 1 and Page 2.

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