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  • Arch of Healing and Reconciliation breaks ground

    More than 200 people representing a range of faiths and nationalities gathered at the Bellingham Public Library on Monday, Sept. 4, 2017, for a groundbreaking for the Arch of Healing and Reconciliation, a monument to honor early immigrants in Whatcom County and to acknowledge the racist attitudes toward them that were prevalent at the time.

More than 200 people representing a range of faiths and nationalities gathered at the Bellingham Public Library on Monday, Sept. 4, 2017, for a groundbreaking for the Arch of Healing and Reconciliation, a monument to honor early immigrants in Whatcom County and to acknowledge the racist attitudes toward them that were prevalent at the time. robert.mittendorf@bellinghamherald.com
More than 200 people representing a range of faiths and nationalities gathered at the Bellingham Public Library on Monday, Sept. 4, 2017, for a groundbreaking for the Arch of Healing and Reconciliation, a monument to honor early immigrants in Whatcom County and to acknowledge the racist attitudes toward them that were prevalent at the time. robert.mittendorf@bellinghamherald.com

New monument will honor early Whatcom County immigrants

September 05, 2017 5:00 AM