IN PHOTOS ~~ MARCHING FOR NUCLEAR SANITY | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

IN PHOTOS ~~ MARCHING FOR NUCLEAR SANITY

A huge anti-nuclear march took place on the streets of Manhattan Sunday April 26th . It stretched twelve long city blocks along one car lane from Union sq. 14th St. to 47th St. at the U.N where nuclear disarmament talks are now under way. The estimated number of marches was 5,000+.

Marchers came from various areas of the U.S. There was International participation also. The Japanese contingent was by far the largest ( more Japanese participants than US participants), with some people also from Belgium, France and Korea, who joined the march. At the U.N. a massive rally was held. There were speakers, dancers and singers. Petitions signed by over 6 million people was delivered to the U.N. demanding an end to nuclear weapons.

There were no mainstream media T.V. mobile units to record this march for the public. Once again Americans are made to remain ignorant of peace movement events going on around them.

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