A peace parade follows a traditional one
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By court order, the second set of marchers was required to remain at least one mile behind the first. But police seemed to wait even longer to give the green light to the antiwar and gay rights marchers, sending them off along the three-mile route from the Broadway Station to Andrew Square at about 3:20 p.m., roughly 45 minutes after the departure of the final marchers and the street sweepers, marking the end of the traditional parade.
Donny Wozniak shouts protests to the Veterans for Peace parade which followed the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in South Boston.