Report from Saturday's march and rally
Monday December 22, 2003 at 02:11 PM
...drums beating as the
Anti-Authoritarian feeder march began the path down Lorain Ave. ...
On Saturday about 60 people joined together to march in protest of the war and occupation of Iraq.
About noon you could hear the drums beating as the
Anti-Authoritarian feeder march began the path down Lorain Ave. from West 44th St. to the rally point at Market Square on the corner of 25th St. and Lorain.
Several speakers presented at the rally. The NOAC sponsored march began after the rally, winding down the streets mostly, sometimes herded onto the sidewalks by the police escorting the march. No arrests were made. No police violence was reported.
Despite the cold weather the march and rally had a good community gathering.
The Anti-Authoritarian feeder march included several persons from the Pittsburgh Organizing Group
Throughout the day the drum beats from the brigade kept the energy up.
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