Dedication ceremony for a special installation Honoring the Sister Survivors

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Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 11:30am

Members of the media and community are invited to a dedication ceremony for a special installation honoring the sister survivors this Thursday, April 11 at 11:30 a.m. in downtown East Lansing’s Ann Street Plaza, corner of Albert and M.A.C. avenues.

The City of East Lansing has partnered with the Parents of Sister Survivors Engage (POSSE) to install teal prayer flags in the Tibetan tradition in downtown East Lansing for each of the 505 known survivors of Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse. Flags were installed along Grand River Avenue last week and additional flags will be installed adjacent to Ann Street Plaza this week.

To commemorate this special installation, a ceremony will be held in the heart of downtown East Lansing this Thursday, at which East Lansing Mayor Mark Meadows, a sister survivor and representatives from POSSE and several student organizations will make remarks. © 2013-2020 East Lansing Info