MFSO March for Peace
October 2 2004
Mike Farrell introducing MFSO as they are given the 28th annual Letelier-Moffitt Memorial Human Rights Award. The award is given by the Institute for Policy Studies.
Janey and Janae building coffins at the Womens Memorial in Arlington National Cemetery
Before the Opening ceremony
MFSO members Judy, Ann and Elaine
Carly, Janey, Sabrina and Janae help carry the coffins at the head of the march
The Zappalas and Johnsons
Cindy and Casey
MFSO members Rafael and Dante Zappala, Lila Lipscomb, Bill Mitchell, Celeste Zappala, Cindy Sheehan and Al Zappala
Elaines sister, Lila, Elaine, Bill and Cindy
Nancy, Lila, Elaine, Bill, Cindy, Charley and Celeste
Michael Mitchell KIA 04/04/04
Casey Sheehan KIA 04/04/04
Arum Gandhi, Grandson of Mahatma Gandhi
Charlie Richardson co-founder of MFSO
Al, Dante and Rafael Zappala as Celeste addresses the gathering. Celeste and Als son Sherwood Baker was KIA on 04/26/04
Our White House
I don't think this is what our founding fathers invisioned.
Elaine Johnson addresses the gathering as MFSO co-founder Nancy Lessin stands in support. Elaines son Darius Jennings was KIA 11/02/03
Michael Berg, father of Nicholas Berg
Iraq Veterans against the War
Lila Lipscomb speaks after inviting other MFSO members who have lost a loved one in this war to join her. Lila's son Michael Pederson was KIA on 04/02/03
Heading to the White House to deliver the names of the Fallen Heros
The "28" brave souls who crossed the barrier and were arrested. Among them were Bill Mitchell whose son was killed in Irag on 04/04/04 and Michael Berg whose son Nicholas was beheaded on 04/07/04 in Iraq.
Bill Mitchell reading the poem he wrote on a train in Germany on the day that was to be his sons wedding day
Bill being arrested
What can I say......
From top: Sabrina, Carly, Jane, Cindy, Janae and Me
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