Four years later, antiwar activists still hopeful
Boston.com
In recent weeks, peace activists have been turning up at congressional offices. Al Armenti, left, a World War II veteran of the national organization Veterans for Peace, occupied Rep. Edward J. Markey's office in Medford on Feb. 20 along with about 50 other protesters. They left with a pledge that Markey will vote against a supplemental funding bill for the Iraq war.
In recent weeks, peace activists have been turning up at congressional offices.

Al Armenti, left, a World War II veteran of the national organization Veterans for Peace, occupied Rep. Edward J. Markey's office in Medford on Feb. 20 along with about 50 other protesters. They left with a pledge that Markey will vote against a supplemental funding bill for the Iraq war.
(Photo Courtesy of Nate Goldshlag)