As the Bush Administration continues its military buildup in Central Asia, peace activists around the countrycontinue to mobilize against impending war, holding hundreds of demonstrations in the last several weeks. Thisweekend more than ten thousand people converged in Washington DC for the first major antiwar demonstration. Anothermajor protest is planned this weekend in New York.
Many people who lost loved ones in the suicide hijackings are also speaking out against Bush’s plans for militaryretaliation. Among them is Jennifer Rice, who works with California Peace Action and who lost her stepmother inUnited Airlines Flight 93, which crashed in Pennsylvania.
- Jennifer Rice, a staffperson with California Peace Action who lost her stepmother in United AirlinesFlight 93, which crashed in Pennsylvania.
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