Seen in White Center: ‘Walk to Protect and Restore Our Salish Sea’

You might have seen these advocacy walkers passing through White Center earlier today – thanks to “Kailua Boy” for the photos. It’s the second day of the Walk to Protect and Restore Our Salish Sea, which started on the downtown Seattle waterfront Friday afternoon, stopped for the night at the Duwamish Tribe Longhouse in West Seattle, and is headed south toward Des Moines today.

Tomorrow, the walkers head for Tacoma, where they plan to rally against a liquefied-natural-gas plant project.


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