Climate March, Bellingham, Wash.

“We are the Red Line Salish Sea” environmental protest march up Holly Street in Bellingham, Wash. on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 1:13 pm. (Photo by Sandra Rees-Bowen)

Today, Saturday, April 29, 2017 at around 12:30pm a protest march had begun. The protesters were gearing up at Marine Park with several motorcycle cops looking like they would rather be anywhere else but there. IThe Salish Sea environmental protest was regarding our current administration’s lack of care or concern of environmental protections.

The protesters of varying ages and ethnicities were excited and well behaved. The protest march looked much like a very large family outing with people carrying very imaginative protest signs, friends marching and talking with each other, husbands and wives smiling as each held their own protest signs about the importance in protecting the earth, mothers holding the hands of small children, college students walking their dogs as they marched along with the rest and one small confused Chihuahua whose whose owner had dressed him up as a bumble bee.

 

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One Response to Climate March, Bellingham, Wash.

  1. smilecalm says:

    wonderfully expressed!
    nice to see others
    who express their love
    for each other & the earth
    to help wake up others
    to the reality of climate change 🙂

    Like

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