Washington Governor Jay Inslee spoke to a rally organized by Planned Parenthood Monday.
Members of several predominantly black churches rallied Monday at the capital. Bringing a little soul, some held a prayer in the Capitol.
After a Monday rally against tuition hikes, some students and others took to the capitol steps to make their feelings known through another medium — the dance party. Evergreen students Alice Newberry (L) and Mollie Gaitz (R) got the small crowd going with moves of their own.
People show their support for all kinds of causes in all kinds of ways in the Washington capitol.
Elected officials and staff alike braved wet, windy weather in the capitol Friday.
Rep. Gerry Pollet, D-Seattle, speaks to students who rallied Monday in opposition to tuition hikes. Included in the group were members of the so-called "black bloc" who watched the event from the sidelines wearing masks and carrying black flags.
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