Monthly Archives: May 2014

Delray Sings

Delray, 55, sings outside the food co-op in downtown Bellingham, Wash on Tuesday afternoon. “My parents had they’re honeymoon in Delray, Florida, and I was the result of that,” Delray said. When asked how old he was, Delray answered, “I’ve … Continue reading

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Seattle Mayday Celebration

Anti-capitalist and anarchist demonstrators rally around a fire at the Pine and Broadway intersection in downtown Seattle during their annual May Day celebration. Anarchists and labor activists alike have celebrated May Day for over a century in commemoration of the … Continue reading

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No Exploding Oil Trains in Skagit!

Demonstrators outside of the Skagit County Administrative Building on April 30th display a community art project that urges the County to take action against the development of new oil-by-rail facilities along the coast.

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Human Emotion: The Raging Grannies

Carol McRoberts, 71, gestures to the crowd on Wednesday morning while singing with the Seattle Raging Grannies about the dangers of recent oil-by-rail proposals at refineries in the region. Concerned community members from around the region demonstrated outside of the … Continue reading

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