Park to be named after local civil rights pioneer
The Bremerton City Council will vote at its June 20 meeting on a proposal to name an Anderson Cove waterfront park property acquired last year in honor of local civil rights pioneer Lillian Walker.
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Since: Sep 09
#1 Jun 15, 2012
i look forward to the day when our elders cease to worry about struggling with white racism.
its a shame lillian walker and her husband had to dedicate their whole lives to fighting the viciousness of people who for some strange reason feel ultimate entitlement when it comes to access to the whole earth.
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