Saturday, October 15, 2016, 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Boston, Massachusetts is a city that is rich in history; and it's a city that's made for walking! Thus, you've probably heard of the famous "Freedom Trail," or of "The African American Heritage Trail," or of "The Haunted Boston Ghost Tour, on Boston Common."
Well, there's another walking tour in the City of Boston that you've probably
not heard of -- one that shows a side of Boston that many people would prefer not to look at, nor see, nor acknowledge.
What is it like to live in a place as affluent as Boston – yet, be one of the thousands of people in this city, today, who are homeless? In many ways, this walking tour is a meditation, a journey, and a prayer to God. It can also be seen as a non-violent protest march, as “a cry to God in heaven, for justice and mercy.” It is a tour that raises many questions, and gets people thinking, as it challenges preconceptions and breaks through stereotypes.