Join the Walkers to Stand up for Sobriety

Don Gosney


For a more comprehensive article about this Saturday's Sobriety Walk, see: Great Sobriety Walk Article


The United Urban Warrior Society-California Chapter, a national Native organization serving Richmond & West County wishes to thank Rebecca Marlin Pet Care of San Pablo for their wonderful donation funding the U.U.W.S-California Chapter to buy food to serve the community who comes to eat at the Richmond Souper Center.



Stand for something--WALK to show your neighbors your support for a more sober community--especially one of the hardest hit communities--the Native Americans that have been negatively affected by their exposure to settlers from Europe.

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  • Mike Raccoon Eyes
    commented 2018-07-13 18:38:35 -0700
    Thank you Radio Free Richmond for helping to make our 4th Annual Native American Walk for Sobriety such a huge success!
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