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Donation to LEXRAP

We donated $500 to LEXRAP as they are supportining communities affected by violence. LexRAP is a group of concerned people from Lexington and surrounding communities calling itself the Lexington Refugee Assistance Program or “LexRAP.” Their […]

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Winner – 2019 National Hometown Media Awards

The video, #Enough won the 2019 National Hometown Media Awards competition. It was produced by Rick Dorrington, Ryan Voto and Saoirse Loftus-Reid. It highlights Lexington’s participation in the campaign to end gun violence by Lexington says #Enough and […]

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Lobby Day at the Statehouse – 7/26/2019

We were at the State House this morning lobbying our Reps for gun violence prevention bills. Thank you for your time today, State Rep. Michelle Ciccolo!! We are grateful that you, State Senator Cindy Friedman and State Senator Mike Barrett are […]

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Summer LRC Series: Religious Freedom and Non-Discrimination

Our constitution guarantees our freedom to express our religion. But what happens when our religious beliefs impact others in society? How can we honor and respect others with different viewpoints? Most recently, the Supreme Court […]

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Vigil for Virginia Beach victims

Please join us for a vigil today to mourn the lives lost in Virginia Beach mass shooting. Details here: https://lexingtonsaysenough.com/2019/06/02/vigil-for-virginia-beach-victims/ Unfortunately, shooting in Virginia Beach sets an alarming precedent. Details of the shooting highlight a fact that […]

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Community Iftar

Lexington Says #Enough was fortunate to collaborate with First Parish Church in Lexington, Massachusetts to hold Iftar for our Lexington community. It was attended by 350 community members. Lovely gathering of the Lex community for Iftar. […]

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Community Iftar in Lexington

In our effort to promote community conversations and learning about each other’s faith and traditions, Lexington says #ENOUGH is working on an event with First Parish and the Lexington Muslim community.  Iftar depicts the breaking of the […]

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2019 Mother’s Day Walk for Peace

The Louis D. Brown Peace Institute’s, Mother’s Day Walk is a beloved Boston tradition and celebration of our potential to create more peaceful communities. Every year families from across the state and region walk together […]

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Community Vigil: Stand with our Muslim Neighbors

In the wake of Christchurch Mosque shootings, Lexington residents will stand in solidarity with our Muslim neighbors and friends. Please join us for this important vigil and show of support for the Muslim community in […]

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National Voter Registration Day

National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, September 25, 2018, and Cary Memorial Library’s Youth Services Department and the Lexington League of Women Voters will be registering Lexington and LHS teens. Registration takes place in the […]

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Why are we part of this movement?

Firearms are the second leading cause of death for American children and teens and the first leading cause of death for Black children and teens.21 Nearly 1,600 children and teens die by gun homicide every […]