San Francisco Demands End To Occupation And War

 
3/18/2005 A dozen Not In Our Name activists displayed banners over Interstate 80, Freeway 580 and in front of the Grand Lake Theater in Oakland between 6:30 and 8:30 am today. Police and highway patrol forced activists off a pedestrian overpass over 580 near Grand Avenue after one hour, claiming that though they were within their rights to hold a banner if it was not attached to the fence, that traffic was being slowed as a result of the action. Activists at a pedestrian bridge over I-80 were able to remain on the bridge for a full 2 hours. Photos

3/18/2005 A dozen Not In Our Name activists displayed banners over Interstate 80, Freeway 580 and in front of the Grand Lake Theater in Oakland between 6:30 and 8:30 am today. Police and highway patrol forced activists off a pedestrian overpass over 580 near Grand Avenue after one hour, claiming that though they were within their rights to hold a banner if it was not attached to the fence, that traffic was being slowed as a result of the action. Activists at a pedestrian bridge over I-80 were able to remain on the bridge for a full 2 hours. Photos

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