File photo: Downtown Olympia toy store Captain Little displays a sticker in its front window to show the owners participate in the Safe Olympia program, in which local businesses designate their stores as havens for LGBTQ victims of hate crimes.
File photo: Downtown Olympia toy store Captain Little displays a sticker in its front window to show the owners participate in the Safe Olympia program, in which local businesses designate their stores as havens for LGBTQ victims of hate crimes. Drew Perine Staff photographer
File photo: Downtown Olympia toy store Captain Little displays a sticker in its front window to show the owners participate in the Safe Olympia program, in which local businesses designate their stores as havens for LGBTQ victims of hate crimes. Drew Perine Staff photographer

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