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Caitie Kellum, 14, left, and her mother, Lisa Kates, who are from Bluemont, Va., march down Constitution Avenue. (Bill O'Leary - The Washington Post)
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Protests Return to D.C. 
Tens of thousands of antiwar demonstrators marched in Washington Saturday against the U.S. occupation of Iraq.

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Antiwar Activists To Revisit District (Post, Oct. 19, 2003)

Chunk of Downtown Closed for Weekend: Police Cite War, Bank Demonstrations (Post, April 12, 2003)

D.C. Officer on Desk Duty After Allegedly Hitting Protester (Post, April 15, 2003)

Peaceful Protest Puts Focus Back On IMF: Extensive Street Closures Prompt Some Complaints (Post, April 14, 2003)

Supporters Soldier On To Back Bush, Troops And Counter-Protests: Thousands Travel to Washington to Voice Views (Post, April 13, 2003)

Antiwar, Pro-Troop Protests Rally in D.C. (washingtonpost.com, April 12, 2003; 6:03 PM)

Protest Street Closures Expected to Cause Delays (washingtonpost.com, April 11, 2003; 6:48 AM)

Maintaining A Presence For Peace: GU Protest Survives U.S. Victories in Iraq (Post, April 11, 2003)

D.C. Braces For Weekend Of Rallies (Post, April 11, 2003)

What We Learned In School Today: When Conflict Avoidance Rules the Classroom, The Very Idea of War Gets a Failing Grade (Post, March 31, 2003)

Protesters' Human Chains Frustrate Police, Motorists (Post, March 29, 2003)

Peaceful Protest Ends in Peaceful Arrests: Nobel Winners Among 68 Detained Activists (Post, March 27, 2003)

Protesters Arrested at White House (washingtonpost.com, March 26, 2003; 4:26 PM)

Along the Mall, a Chorus of Protests: U.S. Military Veterans Push for Peace; Area Republicans Pull for Troops; Disappointed Marathoners Just Go in Circles (Post, March 24, 2003)

War Protesters Encounter Police Pressure: Occasional Standoffs Mark Rallies (Post, March 23, 2003)

Fear, Opposition Mark Students' Reactions to War (Post, March 23, 2003)

Antiwar Protesters Spar With Police (Post, March 22, 2003; 5:21 PM)

Protests Disrupt Downtown Traffic: Lie-Ins Lead to Arrests; Dolls Daubed With Fake Blood Dramatize Casualties (Post, March 22, 2003)

Campus Protests Show Passions, Divisions: Antiwar Events Draw Some College Crowds, but Many Students Voice Doubts (Post, March 22, 2003)


War on the Web

Rallying Around the Flag Online (washingtonpost.com, 3/14/03)

Religious Groups Go Online for Peace (washingtonpost.com, 3/13/03)

Overseas, Internet Is Rallying Point for Antiwar Activists (washingtonpost.com, 3/12/03)

Mobilizing Online Against War (washingtonpost.com, 3/11/03)


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