The 2020 National Faith & Blue Weekend was an incredible gathering of the community

The 2020 National Faith & Blue Weekend was an incredible gathering of the community

From coast to coast, over to Hawaii and up to Alaska, people came together in nearly 1,000 events that built mutual understanding and new connections. All of us at National Faith & Blue Weekend, our partners, and our sponsors are honored and inspired to have played a role in helping facilitate the work of bridge-builders and change-makers.


City of Clarkston held their Faith and Blue event on Sunday, October 11th on Market Street. It was a rainy day and the crowd was small, but those that came out met police and city officials, including the Mayor. Everyone got free masks and t-shirts. Police officers talked to kids and families about their work. The Digital Divide partners came with activities for kids and free books to take home. Sagal Radio encouraged students to interview the officers. Students developed their own questions and conducted the interviews. Compassionate Atlanta handed out love notes that encourage appreciation of our inner strengths. 

So this small energetic group of attendees braved the cloudy and drizzly weather to come together to connect and build community. 
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