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New York Knickerbockers

Lou Dodge lit a candle of triumph. For those of you whose second spiritual home is Madison Square Garden, please remember and support our New York Knickerbockers in the quest to continue their journey through the NBA playoffs this year.

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Dionne Ford

We lit a candle to recognize and celebrate with Dionne Ford who has been invited to serve as a member of the Public Education and Narrative Committee on the first of its kind New Jersey Reparations Council convened by the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice. Congratulations Dionne. An honor deserved and quite incredible!

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Trans Day of Visibility

We lit a candle in celebration of trans lives and in recognition of the Trans Day of Visibility. And we share gratitude for the members of Out Front our LGTBQIA team who joined on Saturday with Out Montclair to celebrate the beauty and dignity of transgender folx.

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David Hanley

We lit a candle of joy in celebration of David Hanley’s birthday.

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Louise Walton, Desiree and Devany Kurtti

Dionne Ford lit a candle of remembrance for her grandmother, Louise Walton, born 108 years ago on March 26th. She lived to be 102. She also lit candles of celebration for her daughters’ birthdays. Desiree Kurtti turned 23 on March 1st and Devany Kurtti turned 20 on March 28th.

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Nina Cooke John

We lit a candle for Nina Cooke John in tribute to her magnificent contribution to the world – Newark’s Harriet Tubman Monument in Harriet Tubman square.