Scientology Mission of Redwood, California Expresses its Love of Creativity

Church of Scientology Mission of Redwood City participated in the 71st annual Redwood City Independence Day Parade with a float depicting the human right, Freedom of Expression.

The Church of Scientology Mission of Redwood participated in this year’s Redwood City Independence Day Parade, carrying out the parade’s theme “all things musical” with a float representing the freedom of expression.

The Scientology float sported bright red musical notes and a scrolled-up piano keyboard.  For the entire one and a quarter miles, a team of energetic dancers performed alongside, while other young Scientologists played drums or danced aboard and waived at the thousands of onlookers lining the parade route.

More than 80 groups, clubs and churches participated in the 71st annual Redwood City parade, with bands, floats and equestrian performances.  The parade kicked off a daylong celebration that included a July 4th fun run, a pancake breakfast benefiting the Redwood City Firefighters Association and a battle of the bands.  The celebration culminated with a high aerial fireworks display launched over water from the Port of Redwood City.

The concept of the Scientology float comes from human right number 19 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  The Church of Scientology Mission of Redwood supports a human rights education group called Youth for Human Rights International, dedicated to providing easy-to-understand human rights education to adults and children so they are able to grasp what fundamental human rights are as aligned with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and to effectively combat violations of human rights.

For more information visit the Scientology site.

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