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Scoop Images: Protests D.C., San Francisco, Athens

All photos are from http://www.indymedia.org where many more pictures can be found...

On September 29, 2001, more than 10,000 people expressed their opposition to a racist war launched in response to the Sept. 11 attacks on New York and Washington DC. Earlier in the day, protesters (including many masked black bloc anarchists) from the Anti-Capitalist Convergence marched to IMF/World Bank HQ and were attacked by police. Afterwards they joined more than 10,000 anti-war protesters for a rally and march against an upcoming war. The anti-war protesters were met with perhaps 100 counter-protesters in favor of military retaliation.

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You get treated a little differently by the police when your holding flag waving, pro-war rally, don't you? This picture says it all.


Counter-protesters express their opposition to the anti-war demonstration and their desire to see the "big one" dropped.
9/29 San Francisco Anti-War Rally

Undercover cops/agents at a peace rally on September 30th in Washington, D.C.


9/29 On The San Francisco Anti-War Rally


Taken at Dolores Park (San Francisco) and along the march route.


Greece says NO to Imperialist war

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