March 9, 2003 - Anti-war protestors show some faces of Iraqi civilians they fear will be killed in the upcoming war between the United States and its allies and Iraq.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - Anti-war protestors raise up posters that show faces of Iraqi civilians they fear will be killed in the upcoming war between the United States and its allies and Iraq. © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - Anti-war protestors hold a memorial service and funeral march for the victims of our planned war against Iraq.  The protestors took their march from the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to the West Lawn of the United States Capitol Building.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - American-Iraqi, Rema Ali from Washington, D.C., listens to speakers voice their opposition to the upcoming war against Iraq. © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - An anti-war protestor, dressed in a costume symbolizing death, holds a photograph of an Iraqi family on the National Mall.  Today, hundreds of people gathered in Washington, D.C. to voice their opposition to the possible, upcoming war with Iraq.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - Paul Altenburg, of Palm Harbor, Florida (left) confronts anti-war activist, Mark Abram of College Park, Maryland (right) during the peace march on Washington, D.C.  Mr. Altenburg approached the protestors and challenged their feelings that war with Iraq was not necessary or needed.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - An anti-war activist stands near the police line on the west lawn of the United States Capitol Building.  The police have permitted the anti-war march to come up to the lawn of the Capitol, however, if anyone attempts to cross their line, they will be immediately arrested.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - Protestors march in front of the Capitol Building during their march on Washington, D.C.   © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - United States Capitol Police arrest a protestor that crossed the police line that has been set up on the west lawn of the Capitol.  Police have allowed the protestors to gather on the lawn, however, they are not permitted to cross the police line that has been set up, or face arrest.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - United States Capitol Police arrest a protestor that crossed the police line that has been set up on the west lawn of the Capitol.  Police have allowed the protestors to gather on the lawn, however, they are not permitted to cross the police line that has been set up, or face arrest.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - United States Capitol Police arrest a protestor that crossed the police line that has been set up on the west lawn of the Capitol.  Police have allowed the protestors to gather on the lawn, however, they are not permitted to cross the police line that has been set up, or face arrest.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - United States Capitol Police arrest a protestor that crossed the police line that has been set up on the west lawn of the Capitol.  Police have allowed the protestors to gather on the lawn, however, they are not permitted to cross the police line that has been set up, or face arrest.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - Anti-war protestors hold a memorial service and funeral march for the victims of our planned war against Iraq.  The protestors took their march from the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to the West Lawn of the United States Capitol Building.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - Anti-war protestors hold a memorial service and funeral march for the victims of our planned war against Iraq.  The protestors took their march from the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to the West Lawn of the United States Capitol Building.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - Anti-war protestors hold a memorial service and funeral march for the victims of our planned war against Iraq.  The protestors took their march from the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to the West Lawn of the United States Capitol Building.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - David Berrian from Seattle, Washington walks past United States Capitol Police officers showing them the face of an Iraqi civilian he fears will be killed in the possible upcoming war with Iraq.  Mr. Berrian took a month's leave of absence from his work in Seattle to come to Washington to be a part of any anti-war events in Washington, D.C. to do his part to try to stop the war from happening.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 -  Capitol Police Chief Terrance W. Gainer (left) and Capitol Police officer Zac Bouma (right) Keep a watchful eye on the protestors gathered in front of the United States Capitol Building.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 -  Lisa Schwartz from Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. (left) and an unidentified protestor show photographs of Iraqi civilians they fear will become victims in the possible upcoming war with Iraq.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 -  Jim Schulman, (left), and Michael Beer (right) both of Washington, D.C., hold a mock coffin draped with an American flag near the U.S. Capitol.  They were part of a protest march to the United States Capitol Building with a couple hundred people voicing their opposition to the possible upcoming war with Iraq.  The coffin they are carrying is meant to symbolize the loss of American military members during this coming conflict, which they say the press does not do enough to remind people of.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 -  Capitol Police officer Montgomery keeps a watchful eye on the protestors gathered in front of the United States Capitol Building.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 -  Capitol Police Chief Terrance W. Gainer keeps a watchful eye on the protestors gathered in front of the United States Capitol Building.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - Anti-war protestors hold a memorial service and funeral march for the victims of our planned war against Iraq.  The protestors took their march from the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to the West Lawn of the United States Capitol Building.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - Anti-war protestors hold a memorial service and funeral march for the victims of our planned war against Iraq.  The protestors took their march from the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to the West Lawn of the United States Capitol Building.  The flag draped coffin is to signify the potential loss of American lives in the possible upcoming war.  © Mike Lynaugh
March 9, 2003 - Capitol Police Chief Terrance W. Gainer is interviewed in front of the Capitol building as protestors arrive on the Capitol lawn to voice their opposition to the possible upcoming war with Iraq.  © Mike Lynaugh