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What’s the Deal With: Bellingham’s soapbox?

Clear eyes, full heart, 2 feet on a giant wooden box, can't lose

Bellingham's soapbox idling on the sidewalk is bolted to the ground.
Bellingham's soapbox was installed in 2015 to inspire residents to stand up and speak out on topics that matter to them. (Julia Lerner/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
The message behind the Bellingham soapbox at the intersection of Railroad Avenue and East Chestnut S
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