Many speakers from different organizations made statements, and there was much music, creative lyrics and crowd participation. As usual there were many signs portraying how people felt about the war and George Bush. A large area was strung with Tibetan Peace Flags, each flag representing U.S. soldier killed, and another area with flags representing the many innocent Iraqis killed.
I've posted some photographs here that I hope will provide a feeling of the event. Though against the war and against the imperialism of the Bush Administration, much time was spent on the positive, love for all humanity, the support of our troops as part of that humanity and what citizens must do to counter this nations march toward war and world domination. There was even a flag washing ceremony, seeking to cleanse our nation from the stigma of death and corrption inflicted upon it by current administration policies.