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CHALK – OUT 2020

On June 2nd, 2020
The sweet village of Rhinebeck, NY was woken up by its youth in peaceful protest. Young adults lined the streets with signs and chants and made their messages known on the sidewalks of this bucolic village.

Children Spoke Today
Rhinebeck, NY
June 2nd, 2020


Carrick Photography and
M. Salamone
Copyright © M.Salamone

Rhinebeck you have a right to be proud.


“ Chalk Out Rhinebeck “was a peaceful alternative to today’s chaotic protesting. Social distancing was happening, mask wearing. There was little incident and was a successful gathering.

Bravo / Brava to the young adults organizing , nicely done.

Here are a few photos from #chalkoutrhinebeck #rbkcommunityforum #carrickphoto

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