by Keith Stanley
|On October 26, 2002, there was an anti-war rally and protest march in Washington, DC. The rally and march were, in my observation, entirely peaceful, and were the occasion of feelings of considerable goodwill, purpose, and camaraderie among diverse groups of protestors. The march began and ended near the Vietnam War Memorial, circling the White House en route. Below are twenty-four pictures of the event:|
|Protestors along reflecting pond||Podium viewed from the shade||Puppet in the crowd|
|Across the reflecting pond||Across the reflecting pond||Girl with videocam|
|Absurd response||Larouche||Grassroots politics|
|Carrying the dead||Marchers pass a little stone house||Marchers
& Washington Mon.
Promote the Peace
|Promote the Peace, close-up||On the Corcoran steps|
|New England Committee||Stop Shopping, Start Thinking||Jews against the occupation|
|A good time||Young women marching||Marchers|
|Marching||Exhorting the crowd||War is the Enemy of the Poor|
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