October 2, 2010
Around 200 people marched against hate Saturday afternoon from Reid Campus Center on the Whitman College campus to Heritage Park on Main Street, where marchers filed in to listen to guest speakers. The march was organized as a response to the swastika burned into the grass at Heritage Park and recent defacing of the panels on the park's bounding wall.
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Nearly 200 people took part in the protest march and ceremony at Heritage Square Park.
WALLA WALLA — Close to 200 people rallied at Heritage Square Park, as several community leaders spoke Saturday against anti-Semitism and other acts of hatred, while standing only feet away from where a swastika was burned into the lawn last month.'We want