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Taking a Stand

Gov. George Pataki held a fundraiser at the Armory Center in July for President Bush, and was met with activists picketing for clean money and clean elections; an imam and a rabbi held a Muslim-Jewish peace walk in Manhattan, joined by Buddhist monks from Grafton, who then walked home from New York City; a Halloween Critical Mass ride in Albany brought out bike enthusiasts in costume to protest car culture and call for more amenities for bicyclists; the Capital Pride celebration kicked off with a parade through the Center Square neighborhood, ending up at Washington Park for the festivities of Pride Day; more than 100 people converged at the food court in Crossgates Mall to protest the arrest of Stephen Downs for wearing a peace T-shirt in the mall.


John Whipple


John Whipple


John Whipple


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