We held up signs in old town Pasadena on March 19.
At 4pm 22 people stood in front of Rep. Adam Schiff's office to vigil against the Iraq war and occupation. We stood outside on Raymond Ave to honking horns and supportive pedestrians.
Seven of us walked up to the Representative's office on the 8th floor. We handed a staff person a copy of the book "Three Trillion Dollar War" and a letter asking Rep. Schiff to take more leadership in ending the Iraq occupation.
After an hour in front of the office we walked to a busier intersection at Fair Oaks and Colorado where we vigiled for another hour. AFSC folks joined with ICUJP and Montrose peace vigil members. Afterwards some from this event joined another vigil against the war in Pasadena with more than 80 people at Hill Street and Orange Grove Ave.
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