Four years later, antiwar activists still hopeful
Boston.com
Community organizer Suren Moodliar (left) said since the 2006 elections, people are much more willing to accept antiwar literature, and to walk up to him and say, 'Thanks for doing this.' 'It's as if the election let people know that there is an antiwar majority and that it is safe to support the activists,' he said.
Community organizer Suren Moodliar (left) said since the 2006 elections, people are much more willing to accept antiwar literature, and to walk up to him and say, "Thanks for doing this."

"It's as if the election let people know that there is an antiwar majority and that it is safe to support the activists," he said.
(Jan. 27 rally in Boston / David Kamerman/Globe Staff Photo)