Photos: A CODEPINK march for peace and justice

Paki Wieland speaks on the steps of City Hall in Northampton during a rally Friday as part of CODEPINK’s 19th annual celebration of International Women’s Day with the theme, “We mourn, we resist, we organize: Peace & Justice for the Palestinians and all peoples.”

Paki Wieland speaks on the steps of City Hall in Northampton during a rally Friday as part of CODEPINK’s 19th annual celebration of International Women’s Day with the theme, “We mourn, we resist, we organize: Peace & Justice for the Palestinians and all peoples.” STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Paki Wieland speaks on the steps of City Hall in Northampton during a rally Friday as part of CODEPINK’s 19th annual celebration of International Women’s Day with the theme, “We mourn, we resist, we organize: Peace & Justice for the Palestinians and all peoples.”

Paki Wieland speaks on the steps of City Hall in Northampton during a rally Friday as part of CODEPINK’s 19th annual celebration of International Women’s Day with the theme, “We mourn, we resist, we organize: Peace & Justice for the Palestinians and all peoples.” STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Buttons adorn the hat of an activist attending CODEPINK’s 19th annual celebration of International Women’s Day rally at City Hall in Northampton on Friday with the theme, “We mourn, we resist, we organize: Peace & Justice for the Palestinians and all peoples.”

Buttons adorn the hat of an activist attending CODEPINK’s 19th annual celebration of International Women’s Day rally at City Hall in Northampton on Friday with the theme, “We mourn, we resist, we organize: Peace & Justice for the Palestinians and all peoples.” STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Dozens of community members march down Main Street after rallying at City Hall in Northampton on Friday as part of CODEPINK’s 19th annual celebration of International Women’s Day with the theme, “We mourn, we resist, we organize: Peace & Justice for the Palestinians and all peoples.”

Dozens of community members march down Main Street after rallying at City Hall in Northampton on Friday as part of CODEPINK’s 19th annual celebration of International Women’s Day with the theme, “We mourn, we resist, we organize: Peace & Justice for the Palestinians and all peoples.” STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Dozens of community members march down Main Street after rallying at City Hall in Northampton on Friday as part of CODEPINK’s 19th annual celebration of International Women’s Day with the theme, “We mourn, we resist, we organize: Peace & Justice for the Palestinians and all peoples.”

Dozens of community members march down Main Street after rallying at City Hall in Northampton on Friday as part of CODEPINK’s 19th annual celebration of International Women’s Day with the theme, “We mourn, we resist, we organize: Peace & Justice for the Palestinians and all peoples.” STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Susan Lantz, from left, Sheila Delson and Ellen Graves lead dozens of community members on a march down Main Street after rallying at City Hall in Northampton on Friday as part of CODEPINK’s 19th annual celebration of International Women’s Day with the theme, “We mourn, we resist, we organize: Peace & Justice for the Palestinians and all peoples.”

Susan Lantz, from left, Sheila Delson and Ellen Graves lead dozens of community members on a march down Main Street after rallying at City Hall in Northampton on Friday as part of CODEPINK’s 19th annual celebration of International Women’s Day with the theme, “We mourn, we resist, we organize: Peace & Justice for the Palestinians and all peoples.” STAFF PHOTO/DAN LITTLE

Published: 03-13-2024 8:21 AM

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