From the May 2000 Idaho Observer:

Earth Day 1999 in Libby, Montana

Photo by Scott Daumiller.

This snapshot was taken after the 1999 Earth Day parade in Libby, Montana. The theme was to “come as your favorite endangered specie.” Libby is a resource-dependent town of 2,700 that has been devastated by federal land use policies. The “species” pictured represent the truly “endangered” animals out west. All of the people pictured supported the now infamous rally of April 15, 2000, in Libby (and some of them helped to organize the event). The Libby rally never was an anti-government “hate” rally as the dominant media would like you to think -- unless you believe that these good Montanans are anti-government hate mongers.

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