advocate and author Margaret Regan

Margaret Regan


The Al Filipov Peace & Justice Forum is pleased to present

Margaret Regan

Journalist and Author


Presentation of the third annual Al Filipov Peace & Justice Award

to Ms. Regan, followed by her remarks:

“Deaths in the Desert: The Unseen Humanitarian Crisis in the Immigration Debate


Saturday, September 21, 2013

7:00 – 9:00 pm

Trinitarian Congregational Church

54 Walden Street

Concord, Massachusetts


Doors will open at 6:15 pm.

The event is free and open to all.

Donations will be accepted.

The facility is handicapped accessible.

Directions and Parking

Trinitarian Congregational Church is located at the intersection of Walden and Hubbard Streets in Concord center.

For the evening of September 21st, the church parking lot, located to the left of the building, will be reserved for handicapped parking only. Additional space for handicapped parking will be reserved in the Post Office lot on Hubbard Street, across from the side entrance to the church.

General parking will be available on-street and in the municipal lot located off Walden Street, a half block away from the church, accessed via a one-way entrance near the intersection with Main Street.

The church has two handicapped accessible entrances, one on Hubbard Street and one beside the church parking lot to the left of the sanctuary.

If you have special requirements for parking, we invite you to contact us via email at We will do our best to accommodate everyone, but space is limited, and we encourage you to arrive early.