During her walks in Bowling Green, Robyn Sweeney carries the American and  Israeli flags. "People ask me if I'm protesting," she said. "No, I'm proclaiming."
During her walks in Bowling Green, Robyn Sweeney carries the American and Israeli flags. "People ask me if I'm protesting," she said. "No, I'm proclaiming." Daily News
During her walks in Bowling Green, Robyn Sweeney carries the American and Israeli flags. "People ask me if I'm protesting," she said. "No, I'm proclaiming." Daily News

Faith inspires Bowling Green woman to walk for peace, unity

February 18, 2012 12:00 AM

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