Guam Residents Hold Peace Rally Amid North Korean Missile Threats

StoryfulNewsPublished: August 14, 2017
Published: August 14, 2017

Protesters gathered in Hagatna, the capital city of Guam, on the evening of August 14, to hold a peace rally following North Korea’s threat to target the waters around the Pacific island with missiles. The peace protest was at Chief Quipuha Park, which commemorates the island’s first Catholic chief. More than a hundred people turned out, according to Pacific Daily News, including several members of the Chamorros community, the indigenous peoples of Guam and the other Mariana Islands. This footaeg shows rally participants singing and holding a sign which reads “War birds drop bombs, native birds sing songs.” Credit: Facebook/Adine Banez Abdon via Storyful

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