This article is from Fight Back! News:
30,000 march against war at the RNC
The following are interviews with some people who helped organize for the march and lead some of the contingents.
St. Paul, MN - On September 1, the opening day of the Republican National Convention, 30,000 people rallied at the Minnesota State Capitol and marched against the war. It was the largest anti-war march in the U.S. this year.
The four main themes of the march were U.S. out of Iraq now; money for human needs, not for war; say no to the Republican agenda; and demand peace, justice and equality.
The march was led off by large contingents of veterans, immigrants, labor, poor people, Somalis, Palestinians, and students.
Check out the article at Fight Back! News for more photos.