City, protesters go to battle over anti-war march

Posted by Mitchell - March 2, 2005 (entry 286)

(originally published in the Columbia Chronicle)
Proposed route too disruptive, city officials say
By Alicia Dorr
City Beat Editor

Members of the Chicago Coalition Against War and Racism filed a lawsuit against the city of Chicago on Feb. 22 challenging its denial of their application to march on Michigan Avenue on the anniversary of the Iraq War. Anti-war activists rejected the city

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