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Fri Mar 21 2008 Shutting Down Marine Recruiters in Berkeley
berkeley_rally_march_19_1_sm.jpg The battle to shut down the Marine recruiting station in Berkeley continued on March 19th, the fifth anniversary of the start of the Iraq war. Hundreds, including many Berkeley High school students, took part in actions during the day to shut down the recruiting station in Berkeley and to stop the war in Iraq. Several students spoke powerfully to why the marine recruiters should be considered "unwelcome intruders" in Berkeley, pointing out that the marine's "freedom" to lie to people and recruit them into an immoral and unjust war is in contradiction to the freedom of the Iraqi people to be free of U.S. occupation.

Photos: photo1 | 2 | 3 | Previous Coverage of Berkeley Recruiting Protests

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