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09/25/2008 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Anti-War Protestors are Pro-PINK

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What's a political convention without a protest? Even before official festivities had begun, activists were out in full force. One example was yesterday's protest led by CODEPINK, a women-initiated grassroots peace organization. According to the Associated Press, about 1,000 anti-war activists gathered in downtown Denver. As they marched, they shouted: "Stop the torture, stop the war. That's what we're fighting for." Though not all dressed in pink, the protestors seemed unified in their opposition to the Iraq war.

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