I discovered this while reading the Chicago Tribune yesterday:
Peace marchers of the loneliest kind
Teens' 3,000-mile trek to D.C. is a rally of 2
By Colleen Mastony
Tribune staff reporter
Published July 9, 2007
LOVELAND, Colo. -- Against the majestic backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, in the far eastern corner of Colorado where the land begins to flatten into a vast golden prairie, two teenagers trudge along the weed-bitten edge of an isolated highway. Blistered and sunburned, they endure wind, rain and searing heat. But still, they slog forward in what has become a quixotic journey across the country in an effort to end the Iraq war. Read more here.
THIS RALLY WILL TAKE PLACE ON THE SAME DAY OF THE "LIVE FREE OR DIE CONCERT" IN SUPPORT OF ED AND ELAINE BROWN IN PLAINFIELD NH:
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