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10,000 People Protest in Los Angeles, March 15,2008
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The March 15 mass protest in Los Angeles on the 5th anniversary of the Iraq war was a huge success. At least 10,000 people marched to stop the war in Los Angeles in a major outpouring of anti-war support. Thousands more marched in cities across the world. Congratulations to all who came out to voice opposition to war and militarism. The rally was held infornt of the CNN building in Sunset Blvd. Join us this Tuesday to keep the anti-war momentum going. Join the Student Campaign to Stop the War. This generation of students are not apathetic. Thousands of the protesters at the March 15 mass march in Los Angeles were students and young workers. All participated out of a profound desire to end the criminal war of aggression against the Iraqi people. Students also want to stop predatory military recruiters from using the economic draft to push working-class youth into the U.S. military. 


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