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Bainbridge Island Historical Museum exhibit: Protest
Bainbridge Island has a robust legacy of protest in all its shapes and guises. What does protest
look like on the Island?
For some, it’s the act of signing a petition. Or writing an Op-Ed essay or letter to an elected
official. For others, protest takes the form of a yard sign, a pamphlet, a lapel pin, or a choice of
clothing. There are solitary vigils, letter-writing campaigns, and large demonstrations.
From human rights to environmental issues, Bainbridge Islanders have regularly voiced
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