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They marched in solidarity

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Hundreds of Fort Lewis College students, faculty, staff and others, marched from the Center of Southwest Studies to the Student Union Building on Monday during the annual “March of Solidarity” on Martin Luther King Day.
In an effort to bring to light contemporary social and justice issues, this year’s Martin Luther King Day activities at Fort Lewis College included a “Tunnel of Oppression.” Caleb Ontiveros, sitting inside a cage made of wire fencing, was part of the enactment protesting factory farming.
Spencer Edsall and Anna Jany, dressed as Nazis take away Rolf Hanning, who played the role of a Jew, while the rest of the group faces the wall during an enactment of genocide in the “Tunnel of Oppression” at Fort Lewis College on Monday.
Fort Lewis College President Dene Kay Thomas speaks at the Student Union building on Monday after the annual “March of Solidarity” as part of the college observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
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They marched in solidarity

Hundreds of Fort Lewis College students, faculty, staff and others, marched from the Center of Southwest Studies to the Student Union Building on Monday during the annual “March of Solidarity” on Martin Luther King Day.
In an effort to bring to light contemporary social and justice issues, this year’s Martin Luther King Day activities at Fort Lewis College included a “Tunnel of Oppression.” Caleb Ontiveros, sitting inside a cage made of wire fencing, was part of the enactment protesting factory farming.
Spencer Edsall and Anna Jany, dressed as Nazis take away Rolf Hanning, who played the role of a Jew, while the rest of the group faces the wall during an enactment of genocide in the “Tunnel of Oppression” at Fort Lewis College on Monday.
Fort Lewis College President Dene Kay Thomas speaks at the Student Union building on Monday after the annual “March of Solidarity” as part of the college observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
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