FBI Protest March 19, 2004
Albany, New York

On March 19, 2004, in Albany, New York, a couple hundred people gathered to protest the Bush administration's assault on our civil liberties. Protesters gatherd on the soccer fields across the road from the FBI building. One person, playing with a soccer ball, was arrested. The photos were taken by Lynne Jackson, a citizen of Albany, New York.

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Stop Spying.JPG
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Bill of Rights.JPG
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Refuse Resist.JPG
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No War.JPG
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Don't Spy.JPG
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Out of our libraries.JPG
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Cheers 1.JPG
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Soccer Kid 1.JPG
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Love my country.JPG
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