Beacon Silent Vigil Event

"In a day and age were communication is at its fastest and highest we’re communicating less, doing less together. We’re facing issues that the leaders before us fought against, without all we have today. A good friend asked me, “Where are the leaders?” That should resonate with all of us. The answer lies within. Our sister cities truly face injustices day in night out. Beacon can be a City of Hope, somewhere we can stop pointing the finger, stop with the racial rhetoric, and attempt to move forward together with constructive dialogue and discussion, which will lead to positive actions. It’s starts with changing your thoughts, which lead to a change in action. Followed by a difference in how we treat one another.

Please save the date and join us. Come express yourself, come and listen, participate in this positive initiative. Spread the word.” - Ali T. Muhammad

It was so powerful seeing members of the community, under the light of the candles they were holding, get together last night. Let’s build on it and grow the commitment. Thank you to everyone that helped and donated time organizing it. Thank you Pastor Ben and Rabbi Brent for the candles. Thank you Ali for leading it. Thank you to the Mayor for showing your support. Thank you to the Lt. for standing with us and not against us.

It was so powerful seeing members of the community, under the light of the candles they were holding, get together last night. Let’s build on it and grow the commitment. Thank you to everyone that helped and donated time organizing it. Thank you Pastor Ben and Rabbi Brent for the candles. Thank you Ali for leading it. Thank you to the Mayor for showing your support. Thank you to the Lt. for standing with us and not against us.

It’s a great day when your son loves Tin-Tin as much as you do.

It’s a great day when your son loves Tin-Tin as much as you do.