Edmonds creating system to catalog actions motivated by hate
Community leaders gather for discussion at Edmonds-Woodway
Last updated 7/15/2021 at 8:43am
School's out for summer, but Edmonds-Woodway High School became a site for learning and educational discussion once again on Monday, as the City of Edmonds held its first in-person community meeting since the start of the pandemic. It took place in the school's outdoor courtyard.
The Anti-Hate Town Hall event was first announced by Mayor Mike Nelson in May as part of the City's response to the report of swastikas being spray-painted on multiple trees in Southwest County Park.
During the event, a panel of city officials and local activists spoke about the different steps being taken to com...