MLK Day 2016 scenes: Denny cleanup; downtown march

January 18, 2016 5:46 pm
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As MLK Day 2016 winds down, more views to share:

DAY OF SERVICE AT DENNY: From principal Jeff Clark: “Thank you to Ms. Moland for organizing the Denny International Middle School Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service today! The scholars and volunteers did a great job cleaning up the school grounds as a way to serve our school community. Go Dolphins!”

DOWNTOWN MARCH: West Seattle photographer Vy Duong shared scenes from the downtown MLK Day March:
Marchers carried signs for a variety of issues, from racism to school funding to nuclear-weapons abolition to presidential campaigning. Police monitored from behind the march, including members of the West Seattle-based Mounted Patrol:
Any other MLK Day scenes? – thanks!

ADDED 8:05 PM: Tim just shared this photo from the downtown march:

He explains, “Took two young ladies to the March today. They’ve been studying MLK at school and are aware of the history and why the march was important.”

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