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Protest outside museum not fair to kids

10:18 PM, May 14, 2013  |  Comments
Protesters outside the Green Bay Children's Museum.
Protesters outside the Green Bay Children's Museum.
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Imagine your child on a field trip to downtown Green Bay to visit the Children's Museum. Their pent-up excitment is checked on arrival by an awkward scene: an unyielding protest picket is right smack in the path of the unloading zone, quaint characters manning the banner, the occasional cigarette smoke to add to the atmosphere.

Their dispute has nothing to do with the museum. But by some twisted logic, Scott LeCaptian and the NCS Regional Council of Carpenters thinks this is OK. Of course they can recite the rules for such an assembly. If you try to point out the unfairness to the kids and their caretakers, you will be told to take your complaint to the target of their protest.

Council of Carpenters, you can communicate a dispute without compromising the experience of a visit to Green Bay for uninvolved children. Leave the kids alone. Be accountable. Move your protest and do your complaint a service.

Mike Tennity

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