S. Beckett Thomas, 5, holds a “Don’t shoot” sign with mom Courtney Thomas looking on. Courtney organized the protest, saying, “I’m scared for the world, for my son. This [protest] is the least I can do.” (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

S. Beckett Thomas, 5, holds a “Don’t shoot” sign with mom Courtney Thomas looking on. Courtney organized the protest, saying, “I’m scared for the world, for my son. This [protest] is the least I can do.” (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim protesters march against racism

An estimated 300 people demonstrate

An estimated 300 people gather at Washington Street and Sequim Avenue and other Sequim street corners Wednesday, June 3, 2020, to protest racism, the death of George Floyd and police brutality.

The demonstration included a march through downtown Sequim.

From left, Mackenzie Grinnell, Peter Beeler and Jaiden Dokken hold signs at the corner of Washington Street and Sequim Avenue on Wednesday, protesting racism and the death of George Floyd and other Black men at the hands of police officers. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

From left, Mackenzie Grinnell, Peter Beeler and Jaiden Dokken hold signs at the corner of Washington Street and Sequim Avenue on Wednesday, protesting racism and the death of George Floyd and other Black men at the hands of police officers. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Joei Darminio, left, and Allie Van De Wege join protesters at Washington Street and Sequim Avenue during Wednesday’s gathering. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Joei Darminio, left, and Allie Van De Wege join protesters at Washington Street and Sequim Avenue during Wednesday’s gathering. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

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