, Newburyport, MA


May 28, 2013

Oceans apart


On July 27-28, Saturday and Sunday, Brayton Point will be the site of an action organized by 350 Massachusetts, which will be one of several actions around the country that together will be called Summer Heat.

In his In the Spirit column in The Daily News, the Rev. Christopher Nye of Central Congregational Church, Newburyport, wrote, “… bonds of human solidarity are being formed by people of many different backgrounds … .” His topic was responses to the marathon bombings in Boston; however, his words also apply to the poor and young from around the world who have joined the climate change fight.


John Harwood is a retired community journalist and patriot.

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