Four years later, antiwar activists still hopeful
Boston.com
Steven B. Bloomfield, left, organizer of the Harvard-Cambridge Walk for Peace, said the number of people against the war is 'a rising tide.' But he said he doesn't see that translating into more people joining the protest. 'When are we going to be 300 instead of 18? That, I can't tell.'
Steven B. Bloomfield, left, organizer of the Harvard-Cambridge Walk for Peace, said the number of people against the war is "a rising tide." But he said he doesn't see that translating into more people joining the protest.

"When are we going to be 300 instead of 18? That, I can't tell."
(Harvard-Cambridge Walk for Peace, Feb. 28, 2007 / Photo by Ana Rivas)