Four years later, antiwar activists still hopeful
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Armando Rossi (left) said that after four years, passing motorists are starting to respond. At 86, Rossi stands across the street from his fellow protesters in Newton, determined to be heard. 'I've taken this as my own little corner,' he said. 'In the last six months or so, there have been some decisive indications that people are beginning to see us, they see what we see.'
Armando Rossi (left) said that after four years, passing motorists are starting to respond.

At 86, Rossi stands across the street from his fellow protesters in Newton, determined to be heard.

"I've taken this as my own little corner," he said. "In the last six months or so, there have been some decisive indications that people are beginning to see us, they see what we see."
(Newton Centre, March 1 2007/ Photo by Ana Rivas)