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January 27, 2007

Marching in the Streets - DC and Here

Well, here we go again.  There appears to be a huge number of protesters in Washington D.C., marching to protest the war and the escalation, as I write.  The AP has a story up already and a few slides up as well.   (The PI is carrying the AP news as well.)  The blog, Booman Tribune, will be writing and posting photos during the course of the day.  They already have a couple of posts up, including photos.  A couple of DKos diarists are on the job as well.

It's not too late to join in the march in Seattle or in an impressive number of other locations around the state.   That's it.  I'm getting ready to put on my marching shoes and join the march in Seattle.  Here's the information:

March begins at 1pm at 2111 E Union St. We will be marching to the military recruiting center, led by Iraq Vets Against the War (IVAW), then on to the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center.

Final Panel at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center will begin at 3pm. Featuring Lt. Ehren Watada and IVAW Seattle Chapter President, Chanan Suarez-Diaz.


Posted by Lynn Allen on January 27, 2007 at 10:51 AM in National and International Politics, Taking Action | Permalink

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