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Why I Support the Riverton Peace Mission

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"The Riverton Peace Mission has a very important purpose in this community.  I started the Riverton Peace March in 2015 as a stand against racism and hatred in Fremont County; namely Riverton.  I was faced with a lot of animosity, and Chesie was one of many who joined the cause and made our first endeavor much less fearsome. I admire her courage to keep fighting the good fight. 
The Riverton Peace Mission has gone on to bring awareness to so many other causes and issues and I would like to see her and the other members continue their vital work in bringing understanding and goodwill to Fremont County."
-Ron Howard, Riverton Peace March Organizer and Northern Arapaho Citizen

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"Why does a faith community 250 miles from the Wind River Indian Reservation support the Riverton Peace Mission? Because we are a Matthew 25 church and the people of Highlands Presbyterian are committed to ending systemic racism. One way to do that is to partner with the Riverton Peace Mission and support its important work."
-Rev. Rodger McDaniel, Highlands Presbyterian Church, Cheyenne

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"I contribute to Riverton Peace Mission because the most effective way to help people is to remove obstacles to success,
such as injustice and oppression. I also contribute for a purely selfish reason.
If anyone's freedom is denied, my freedom is endangered."
– Dan Cooper, Casper WY

"We support the Riverton Peace Mission financially because the organization
works toward achieving social justice for indigenous peoples." 

Roger and Barbara Gose