Lights for Liberty: A Vigil to End Human Concentration Camps

Roughly 100 individuals held lighted candles at Shue's Pond Friday, July 12 to represent their concern over the treatment of migrants seeking asylum held in facilities on the Southern US border, including many children separated from their parents. 

Lights for Liberty: A Vigil to End Human Concentration Camps attracted roughly 100 persons to Shue's Pond in the City of Hayward Friday night, July 12. 

The vigil was a statement against the reported mis-treatment of migrants seeking asylum, especially children separated from their parents,  held at the Southern border.

Read more about the event in next week's Sawyer County Record. 

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