Protesters bite civil rights festival over vaccine pass requirement

Organizers of the Frederick Douglass Civil Rights Festival Wexford were disappointed to find that a small group of protesters chose to stake the two-day event as organizers followed strict guidelines requiring attendees to present a vaccine certificate.

The festival, named after the legendary African-American abolitionist who visited Wexford in 1845, saw all manner of important debates and discussions on civil rights with contributions from local members of the traveling community, migrants and residents. local direct supply centers to name a few.

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