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Stateside: Update On Last Monday's March

Stateside With Rosalea Barker

Update On Last Monday's March

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Stateside With Rosalea: Peregranacion Por La Paz

Below are links to some great photos and a short video by Jeff Patterson of the NorCal highlights of the Latino March For Peace.


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Photos: Oakland Students Join Mexico to SF March for Peace
http://www.indybay.org/news/2006/03/1812108.php

Photos: Peace March from Mexico Reaches SF amid Mass Protest
http://www.indybay.org/news/2006/03/1812129.php

7 minute video: Northern California Highlights
http://www.notinourname.net/archive/241miles-video.htm

If the images of peace activists being welcomed onto school grounds disturb you, here is an example from an Arizona newspaper of the more usual visitors to schools:

http://www.azstarnet.com/allheadlines/122681.php

Since the free version of that story will be gone within a week, let me just say that its title is: Linked by letters: Airman returns from Iraq tour to regale classroom of second-grade pen pals

The photo caption reads: Second-grader Daniel Carrizoza reads his letter to Air Force Senior Airman Angel Montes, who visited his pen pals at Gallego Elementary School on Friday.

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