Victor Jester of Bellingham, Wash., weeps in front of the George Floyd vigil at the Bellingham Library.
Dion at the June 12, 2020 general strike protest organized by Black Lives Matter in Bellingham, Wash.
Approximately 1,000 protesters rallied in downtown Louisville, Kentucky November 10, 2016 to register their concern about harmful rhetoric used by president-elect Trump and the consequences it may produce in his emboldened followers.
Chaplains Chava Monastersky (Jewish) and Aaron Monts (Christian) speak with a visitor to the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP) in Seattle at the ‘Interfaith Chaplain’ station located near the center of the six-block enclave on Saturday, June 13.
A drum performance by Native American supporters of the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP) in Seattle.
Protestors at the June 6, 2020 Peaceful Solidarity Rally in Bellingham, Washington.
Lenny Walker of Bellingham, Wash., deposits his 2020 general election ballot in a dropbox near the Whatcom County Courthouse on October 21, 2020.
"I drove up [to Bellingham] to drop off my ballot - I don't trust the mail," says Elizabeth J. Jones of Alger, Wash., as she deposits her 2020 general election ballot in a dropbox near the Whatcom County Courthouse on October 21, 2020. Washington is one of a handful of states that votes exclusively by mail or ballot deposit box.
A protester pounds on Bellingham Mayor Seth Fleetwood's office door during a June 15, 2020 march on city hall. A short time later he emerged and listened to and responded to protesters' requests.
Bellingham Mayor Seth Fleetwood responds to demands for defunding the police and reallocation of community resources after protestors entered city hall on June 15, 2020.
Protesters in the rotunda of Bellingham City Hall ask Mayor Seth Fleetwood about his plans for police reform and community resource allocation at a June 15, 2020 protest.