LAA Announces Fifteen Candlelight Vigils for Justice for J6

Today, Look Ahead America announced fifteen Justice for J6 candlelight vigils will be held in communities across the country on January 6th in addition to the national vigil in Washington, DC, at the Central Detention Facility, 1901 D Street SE, at 6 PM.
The following is a list of the candlelight vigils taking place on the anniversary of January 6.  LAA expects more will be added soon.
Location:  Central Detention Facility, 1901 D Street SE
Time:  6 PM
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Location:  Nogales, Historic Santa Cruz County Courthouse, 21 East Court Street
Time: 6 PM
Location:  Phoenix, Arizona State Capitol, East Lawn, 1700 West Washington
Time:  6 PM
Location:  Prescott, Yavapai County Courthouse, 120 South Cortez Street
Time:  6 PM
Location:  Yuma, Community Christian Church, 6480 East U.S. Highway 95
Time:  6 PM
Location:  Clearwater, Pinellas County Jail, 14400 49th Street North
Time:  5 PM
Location:  Lakeland, Veterans Memorial Park, Lake Beulah Drive
Time:  6:30 PM
Location:  Milton, The Hanger, 3966 Avalon Boulevard
Time:  7:15 PM CST
Location:  St. Augustine, 6 PM, Plaza de la Constitucion, 1 Cathedral Place, St. George Street
Time:  6 PM
Location:  Vero Beach, 2000 16th Avenue, south side of the Courthouse facing 20th Street
Time:  6 PM
Location:  Woodstock, Hobgood Park, 6680 Bells Ferry Road
Time:  6 PM
Location:  Honolulu, Hawaii State Capitol, 415 South Beretania Street
Time:  5 PM
Location:  Columbia Falls, Park at Glacier Bank
Time:  5 PM
Location:  Columbus, Veterans Park, Gibson Street
Time:  4:30 PM
Location:  Hayesville, Town Square, 21 Main Street
Time:  5:15 PM
Location:  Aiken, Federal Courthouse, 223 Park Avenue SW
Time:  5:30 PM

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