WEST SEATTLE PROTESTS: Pigeon Point’s neighborhood march

(WSB photos)

Just south of the now-empty West Seattle high bridge sits Pigeon Point. That’s where, this morning, dozens of Pigeon Pointers of all ages showed up for a neighborhood march to affirm that Black Lives Matter.

As reported here on Friday, this is also a response to the defacing and removal of a support banner that had been hung in the neighborhood.

P.S. This was the first of two West Seattle events announced for today – the next is at 2 pm at High Point Community Center, with an announced plan to march to Delridge Community Center.

1 Reply to "WEST SEATTLE PROTESTS: Pigeon Point's neighborhood march"

  • NativetoSeattle June 14, 2020 (9:11 pm)

    This was a great neighborhood gathering, showing that it is past time For justice, peace, and equality. I loved all the kids there and those who supported from their porches and yards. Yay Pigeon Point!

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