War & Peace
Diane Greene Lent | A weekend of protest brought more than 300,000 to the Nation's Capital. more... 0 Comments
Charles Jenks, Traprock Peace Center | George Galloway, Member of Parliament - UK (Respect Unity Coalition), spoke to a capacity audience at the First Congregational Church in Washington, DC. Ralph Nader and Dennis Brutus were special guests, while Louisiana activists were honored. Appearing with Galloway were Virginia Harabin (moderator); Mounzer Sleiman, PhD; Camilo Mejia; Elias Rashmawi; Rose Gentle; and Ahmed Shawki. more... 0 Comments
D. Burbeck | Yes, the corporate media actually mentioned the demonstration in DC which drew
Adrienne Maree Brown | I am not a fan of marches in general, because they don't turn out people of color in large numbers and often there is not a clear sense of accountability associated with the use of people's time. My girl Malia Lazu has written up a brilliant missive on this, which you should read. But direct action that is purposeful and well-planned, I love. And Cornell West at the front of the march is a nice sight. [White House CD Photos || Sheehan Statement || Anarchists || Black Bloc || Falsified Numbers? || "Size Doesn't Matter" || "The Mother of All Anti-War Rallies"] more... 0 Comments
Dave Lindorff | After watching what the Commander in Chief does with the military in Iraq and Afghanistan, do we really want to have the army going in every time there is some kind of natural disaster in America. more... 0 Comments
Thomas Pany | If Iran makes the Euro the oil trade currency, a greater flight from the dollar to the Euro and a catastrophe for the US could occur. The dollar would be weakened and imports more expensive for Americans. more... 0 Comments
Someone There | The following pictures were taken at the demonstration on 26 Federal Plaza on 9-26-05 protesting the FBI assassination of Puerto Rican revolutionary leader Filberto Ojeda Rios. more... 1 Comments
Juan Antonio Ocasio Rivera | Hundreds of people packed the sidewalk at Federal Plaza Monday, rallying against the FBI intervention and assassination in Puerto Rico of respected Nationalist Filiberto Ojeda Rios. [See Pictures of the Rally] || [Coverage From Visual Resistance] more... 1 Comments
Someone There | The following pictures were taken at the demonstration on 26 Federal Plaza on 9-26-05 protesting the assassination of Filberto Ojeda Rios, Puerto Rican revolutionary leader, by the FBI.... more... 0 Comments
Stanley W. Rogouski | Some images from rally at White House more... 6 Comments
Cindy Sheehan | "Any lawyers out there want to help me challenge an unconstitutional law??" more... 5 Comments
anon | More pics of anti-authoritarian bloc in DC more... 10 Comments
Erin Siegal | Photographs of the Black Block at the peace march in Washington, D.C. more... 92 Comments
Dave Lindorff | The Sept. 24 march on the White House brought a power of message and a unity of purpose to the antiwar movement that it has been missing until now. Bush, Cheney and Rove can try to hide and deny it, but the country is listening. more... 1 Comments
Henk Ruyssenaars | On our mainstream TV's and radios all over the world a different and false picture was mostly shown and heard, but it is safe to say that there were HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE marching against the US neocon government and the genocidal war in Iraq, yesterday in Washington. more... 4 Comments
William Hughes | The Anti-Iraqi War rally in Washington, DC., today, 09/24/05, put on by the “United for Peace and Justice” organization, was a highly-spirited event. The Ellipse was overflowing with protesters and the march around the White House seemed to go on forever. MP, George Galloway, blasted George W. Bush and Tony Blair as “war criminals.” He said that we owe it to the world to make it clear that these “war criminals are not acting in our name!” more... 0 Comments
Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey | 'It’s late and I just got back from the march in DC. The local paper here in Durham “indicates” that protest organizers got at least 100k to come out. CNN put it at 250k early in the day. I’ve been to many similar events and this one was much more spread out than most. Also many groups seemed to be arriving late. I’d guess there were 500k to 750k in attendance. At any rate it was an extremely positive gathering. Wonderful diversity, wonderful atmosphere and energy. Congresswoman Barbara Lee gave a kick ass speech which ended with the very important point that central among our demands must not only be the removal of US/UK troops but also all the bases must go with them!
Erin Siegal | A collection of portraits of peace activists. more... 0 Comments
anon | Dead troops are being brought through the Coast Guard Station in Eureka
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