Fed up with ongoing wars depleting innocent lives and the U.S. Treasury, more than a thousand women marched on the Pentagon to declare their opposition to the continuing slaughter.
Consortium News videographer Netra Halperin has produced a full video report of Sunday’s Women’s March on America’s center for planning and executing war.
About 1,500 women and allied men marched on the Pentagon on Sunday to demand an end to perpetual war and the funding of education, health care and other social needs instead.
After marching one mile from Pentagon City a rally was held from a stage set up in a Pentagon parking lot, against the backdrop of the five-sided war headquarters.
Watch Netra Halperin’s one minute trailer, followed by her full, 28-minute report, which includes interviews with comedian Lee Camp, a peace activist from Okinawa, retired U.S. Army Colonel and State Dept. official Ann Wright, Minar Muhawesh, founder of Mint Press News:
Watch the full 28-minute video:
Top Photo | Protesters take part in the Women’s March on the Pentagon. Joe Lauria | Consortium News
Source | Consortium News
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