Monday, January 29, 2007

Saturday's March on Washington

I am happy to report that we had representatives from Antioch New England's faculty, staff, students, and graduates at Saturday's peace march in DC--along with hundreds of thousands of other people from all over the country who made the trek to our nation's capital to urge Congress to represent the will of the both the American and Iraqi people and put an end to the Bush Administration's escalating aggression and occupation of Iraq. For those of you who couldn't make the trip, here are a couple of information sources to give you a sense of the event.

The first is a short video by Caleb Clark, a former ANE librarian. To watch his video journal, go to his video webpage.

The second is Amy Goodman's Democracy Now! radio program that ran today. It features interviews with some participants as well as recordings of some of the key speeches at the rally before the massive march around the US Capital. To hear the program, go to this webpage.

I hope this gives people some feel for the day's events. It was an excellent moment in civic participation around one of the most important issues of the day.

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