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Longtime Schenectady protesters find a new spot

From left, Bertha Kriegler of Schenectady, Jackie Donegan of Schenectady, Terri Roben of Glenville, Pete Looker of Glenville and Mable Leon of Schenectady protest war and call for peace Friday at the corner of Erie Boulevard and State Street in Schenectady.
From left, Bertha Kriegler of Schenectady, Jackie Donegan of Schenectady, Terri Roben of Glenville, Pete Looker of Glenville and Mable Leon of Schenectady protest war and call for peace Friday at the corner of Erie Boulevard and State Street in Schenectady.
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Every Friday for 14 years, a group of women called Grannies for Peace stood at the corner of Jay and Liberty streets, protesting war and calling for peace. The group — now a co-ed coalition of people from various anti-war groups — recently packed up their signs and moved to the busy corner of Erie Boulevard and State Street. “We used to be by the post office and we moved here because it’s more visible,” ...

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wmarincic
August 3, 2014
9:54 p.m.

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You have to love the "stop bombing Gaza" sign. Where is their stop bombing Israel sign?

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