On a sunny Saturday afternoon, a crowd of about 200 people gathered in Sebastopol’s town plaza to honor men and women who have worked nonviolently for peace and justice. It was the fourth annual induction ceremony of Sebastopol’s Living Peace Wall.
Daniel Ellsberg, who leaked the Pentagon Papers was there, as was Dolores Huerta, an activist for the rights of women, Latinos and farmworkers.
Delfin Vigil reports…
(Pictured: Michael Gillotti, the designer of Sebastopol's Living Peace Wall, which celebrated the achievements of two Sonoma County residents, Therese Mughannam and Tui Wilchinsky as well as Pentagon Papers legend Daniel Ellsberg and UFW cofounder Dolores Huerta)