Dora Morfin, a Pasco resident who works in Kennewick, holds a sign Tuesday during the first Kennewick City Council meeting since Councilman Bob Park’s controversial private Facebook post that disparaged Latinos and Pasco. The sign says, “If an elected official can’t respect the Latino community that lives in his district than he is not representing his district and should resign. Thank you.”
Dora Morfin, a Pasco resident who works in Kennewick, holds a sign Tuesday during the first Kennewick City Council meeting since Councilman Bob Park’s controversial private Facebook post that disparaged Latinos and Pasco. The sign says, “If an elected official can’t respect the Latino community that lives in his district than he is not representing his district and should resign. Thank you.” Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Dora Morfin, a Pasco resident who works in Kennewick, holds a sign Tuesday during the first Kennewick City Council meeting since Councilman Bob Park’s controversial private Facebook post that disparaged Latinos and Pasco. The sign says, “If an elected official can’t respect the Latino community that lives in his district than he is not representing his district and should resign. Thank you.” Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

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