TITLE

THEY DOTH PROTEST

AUTHOR(S)
Adato, Allison; Adkins, Greg; Espinoza, Galina; Green, Michelle; Horsburgh, Susan; Lynch, Jason; Meltzer, Dana; Miller, Samantha; Neill, Mike; Schneider, Karen; Smolowe, Jill; Tauber, Michelle; Tresniowski, Alex; Yu, Ting; Baker, KC; Biermann, Rachel; Baumgartner, Amy; Bell, Carrie; Cagle, Jess
PUB. DATE
April 2003
SOURCE
People;4/7/2003, Vol. 59 Issue 13, p159
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on antiwar protests which were held in Hollywood near the Academy Awards. Arrests of some protestors for various offenses; Perception of Art Goldberg, a protest organizer, that the rally was successful; Support given to the protestors by some celebrities.
ACCESSION #
9420538

 

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