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Miracle March for Lolita

Miracle March for LolitaSaturday, January 17, 8:00am-4:30pm – Historic Virginia Key Beach Park, 4020 Virginia Beach Drive, Key Biscayne

This will be an historic day held in a historic park, a park that was used ironically for segregation of the blacks from the whites back in 1950 and 1960. On this day we will stand on this ground together no matter what race or ethnicity you are, brothers and sisters in the fight to free a black and white slave, to free a tortured soul of 44 years, who has been segregated from her family and her environment that she has a right to. We stand to Free Lolita, a captured, tortured, intelligent, family oriented being who has earned her right to be released back to the waters and family that she came from. She calls out daily to her family and hears no response, but everyday for 44 years she has called out waiting for the response to come. It will be a day to show the world and nation that we are strong in numbers, it will be a day that we can gather, have a festival in Lolita’s name. Follow the link below to her re-enter plan, it is a solid plan and she is in remarkable health, all others captured during the siege on the Puget Sound in Washington all dead except for her. Lolita (Tokitae) is in this world to teach humanity a lesson on kindness, love, tolerance and respect for all species and their domains. To come together to be her voice and to stand for a non-human person so special that she can touch your heart and soul. Let us stand together united and strong in our commitment for Lolita! #FreeLolita

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