Most Committed Anti-War Protesters

St. Pete for Peace

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Most Committed Anti-War Protesters

They've been harassed by police, cursed by passersby and, at times, forgotten by the media. But still they remain. What started out as a one-time protest in 2003 against the build-up to the war in Iraq has turned into a regular weekly campaign in St. Petersburg (mostly at Baywalk) to protest the ongoing war in Iraq (and more recently, Israel’s attacks on Lebanon). The lively crowd of Democrats, Independents and a few socialists can be a little annoying, but at least they are exercising their constitutional rights, which is more than most flag-waving patriots can attest to.

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