This weekend, we were invited to come out in numbers to support an anti-racism march in Sedro-Woolley near the one-year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd. Members of the local communities came out to protest and shine light on racial injustices in the city, including the lack of denunciation of the KKK in a museum newsletter and display of Confederate flags by some residents.

We’re glad to have helped this event occur safely! Thanks to the community and organizers for running such an important protest!

Read coverage of the event in the Skagit Valley Herald

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