Dozens of people line Point Fosdick Drive Northwest during a protest on Friday. They showed up to oppose a Tacoma Narrows Tea Party event hosting an anti-Islam speaker at the Gig Harbor Library. However, the event was quietly moved to another location, leaving several would-be-attendees outside the locked library doors.
Dozens of people line Point Fosdick Drive Northwest during a protest on Friday. They showed up to oppose a Tacoma Narrows Tea Party event hosting an anti-Islam speaker at the Gig Harbor Library. However, the event was quietly moved to another location, leaving several would-be-attendees outside the locked library doors. Joshua Bessex The News Tribune
Dozens of people line Point Fosdick Drive Northwest during a protest on Friday. They showed up to oppose a Tacoma Narrows Tea Party event hosting an anti-Islam speaker at the Gig Harbor Library. However, the event was quietly moved to another location, leaving several would-be-attendees outside the locked library doors. Joshua Bessex The News Tribune

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