Protest Slogans Database

Chicago Media Action signed on as a co-sponsor of the February 15 antiwar march in Chicago. And as a public service to the antiwar movement in the United States and abroad, here is a collection of protest slogans. Feel free to use these for signs at your next protest.

How Did Our Oil Get Under Their Soil?(As seen in an email from the Rolling Thunder Down Home Democracy Tour, dated Feb. 12, 2003)
How many bodies per mile?(As seen in Washington DC, Jan. 18, 2003)
How many Lives per Barrel?(As seen in Washington DC, Jan. 18, 2003)
How Many Lives Per Gallon?(As seen in Chicago, Feb. 15, 2003)
How's This a Democracy if we the people have no say-so?(As seen in Chicago, Mar. 21, 2003)
Human rights violations do not justify human rights violations(As seen in Chicago, Mar. 16, 2003)
i ain't gonna study war no more. (Martin Luther King, Jr.)(As seen in an email sent to slogans@chiagomediaaction.org)
i always thought peace and security would involve more brotherhood and less blood(As seen in an email sent to slogans@chiagomediaaction.org)
I asked for universal health care and all I got was this lousy stealth bomber.(As seen in Washington DC, Jan. 18, 2003)
I need a job! NOT A WAR!(As seen in Chicago, Feb. 23, 2003)

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If you wish to submit suggestions to our database, send e-mail to slogans@chicagomediaaction.org

Number of slogans currently in the database: 362