Kayla Doyle, 10, holds a sign Saturday during the March Against Monsanto held on the courthouse square in Valparaiso. Doyle, of Valparaiso, joined more than 100 other marchers hoping bring attention to genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, and efforts to label them in the food supply.
More than 100 people, including many children, march Saturday through downtown Valparaiso during the March Against Monsanto. The local march, held in conjunction with similar marches across the world, was designed to bring attention to the dangers of genetically modified organisms.
VALPARAISO | Whitney Hibbitts' concerns about genetically modified organisms, called GMOs, first began after she attended the May rally in Chicago where protesters called for clear labeling of food produced using what she describes as "today's accepted experimental growing technology."
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