They followed their words with action.
The second annual Children’s March for Peace and Kindness began again just before noon Monday at the Bainbridge Public Library.
But before that, children, families and community members gathered at the library to write letters to leaders of their choosing, asking them to work for peace or thanking them for the work they are already doing, and making signs to carry on the march.
The Martin Luther King Day’s walk proceeded down Madison Avenue, turned onto Winslow Way, and culminated at the post office, where the letters were mailed.
The Review’s Luciano Marano was there, camera in hand, to capture the march. His favorite shots are collected here.