BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 3/30/08
About 2000 people filled the streets here, March 15 for an anti-war march to mark the fifth anniversary of the U.S. war in Iraq with a call for an end to the occupation.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 3/29/08
Students, teachers and parents demonstrated here with Latinos Against War on March 20, the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, marching from Roosevelt High School to the building that houses a military recruiting center and the Eastside Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) center.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 3/29/08
16 demonstrators were arrested here, March 27, after shutting down the offices of the Army National Guard Recruiting Office and protesting five years of war and occupation in Iraq.
BY David Hungerford | New Brunswick, NJ | 3/29/08
“Yes to peace! No to war!” rang out in Arabic over the campus of Rutgers University as more than a thousand students walked out of classes on March 27 to protest five years of the occupation of Iraq.
BY Coalition to March on the RNC and Stop the War | United States | 3/27/08
We are planning for a march against the war on Iraq, and we shouldn't have to wait for a court ruling to force the City to issue a permit that takes us to the Xcel Center on September 1st.
BY staff | New Brunswick, NJ | 3/26/08
A large anti-war demonstration is set to take place March 27 at Rutgers University.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 3/25/08
Standing in front of the Federal Building here, March 24, leaders of the Coalition to March on the RNC and Stop the War and their lawyers announced they are seeking a preliminary injunction requiring the City of Saint Paul to grant the permits for their September 1 anti-war march.
BY Chapin Gray | United States | 3/23/08
People across the country marked the 5th anniversary of the Iraq war by taking to the streets in protest. Students turned out in full force.
BY staff | San José, CA | 3/22/08
Hotel worker Ana Diaz, whose son is in the military in Iraq, speaks out against the war at a rally here, March 19, marking the 5th anniversary of the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq.
BY Michael Graham | United States | 3/16/08
Across the United States, on campuses from Los Alamos High School to Harvard University and at all points in between, students are getting organized to commemorate the fifth year of the U.S. occupation of Iraq with rallies, marches, die-ins and civil disobedience.