Protests about the Vietnam War and other issues were a big part of the hippie era in Bellingham during the 1960s and ’70s. The Occupy Wall Street movement re-energized the local scene in October 2011, when hundreds of protesters marched from Western Washington University to Maritime Heritage Park to support Occupy Bellingham.
Protests about the Vietnam War and other issues were a big part of the hippie era in Bellingham during the 1960s and ’70s. The Occupy Wall Street movement re-energized the local scene in October 2011, when hundreds of protesters marched from Western Washington University to Maritime Heritage Park to support Occupy Bellingham. Staff The Bellingham Herald
Protests about the Vietnam War and other issues were a big part of the hippie era in Bellingham during the 1960s and ’70s. The Occupy Wall Street movement re-energized the local scene in October 2011, when hundreds of protesters marched from Western Washington University to Maritime Heritage Park to support Occupy Bellingham. Staff The Bellingham Herald

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