Tillamook County Rallies for Racial Justice, Equality, Black Lives Matter: From Manzanita to Tillamook to Surfers in Pacific City

Peaceful rallies and local citizens standing up for #Black Lives Matter, racial equality and justice from north to south in Tillamook County this weekend. From the Saturday noon rally in Tillamook with over nearly one hundred lining Highway 101 from Hoquarton Slough to Front Street – wearing mask and physically-distancing to surfers paddling out from Cape Kiwanda at 5 pm Saturday evening to a march through downtown Manzanita on Sunday, Tillamook County residents took to the streets to show their support for racial equity and inclusion and #BlackLivesMatter.
See the photos below of each event.

Surfers paddle out for Black Lives Matter rally in Pacific City – Photos by Julie Krohn

Manzanita March for Racial Equity, Black Lives Matter, Sunday June 14, 2020 Flag Day – photos by Julie Chick




Tillamook Rally for Racial Equality & Justice – Downtown Tillamook, June 13, 2020 – Photos by Laura Swanson

Tillamook Police Chief Terry Wright takes care of traffic control on Saturday June 13, 2020.
Chief Terry Wright keeps a watchful eye on the peaceful rally in Tillamook on Saturday June 13th. Thank you Chief Wright!