Lights of Liberty on Bainbridge Island | Photo gallery

More than 80 islanders gathered for a “Lights for Liberty” candlelight vigil at Seabold United Methodist Church to highlight the humanitarian crisis at the United State’s southern border and to call an end to human detention camps.

The Seabold vigil to protest the inhumane treatment of migrants and the squalid condition of the camps was one of more than 700 held across the country July 12. Another vigil was held in Winslow on Bainbridge Island, joining others from Bremerton to Port Angeles, Seattle to Pullman, and Vancouver to Bellingham.

The Review’s Brian Kelly was there for the June 12 Seabold vigil; here’s a collection of his favorite photos from the gathering.

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