March 22, 2003 - Lily Hughes-Dunn of Tacoma Park, Maryland, stands across from the White House during a peace rally.  Protestors feel that even though America is currently engaged in war with Iraq, they can not let their message of ''peace instead of war'' be heard.   Mike Lynaugh
March 22, 2003 - Two unidentified anti-war protestors join hands in solidarity against the war in Iraq.   Mike Lynaugh
March 22, 2003 - Anti-war protestors lay down on H Street NW, in front of Lafayette Park and the White House to voice their opposition to the ongoing war in Iraq.   Mike Lynaugh
March 22, 2003 - Two anti-war supporters sing and burn candles in protest to the administration's war on Iraq.   Mike Lynaugh
March 22, 2003 - Dozens of anti-war activists lay in the middle of the street in front of Lafayette Park and the White House to voice their opposition to the current, ongoing war with Iraq.   Mike Lynaugh
March 22, 2003 - Two anarchists that refused to be identified sit in quiet protest of the current war with Iraq.   Mike Lynaugh
March 22, 2003 - A small group of pro-war supporters taunt the anti-war protestors gathered near the White House.   Mike Lynaugh
March 22, 2003 - Eight anti-war demonstrators lay out in the middle of H Street after being warned by DC Police that if they continue to block the traffic, they will be arrested.   Mike Lynaugh
March 22, 2003 - An anti-war protestor is taken into custody by DC police after refusing to stop blocking traffic on H Street near the White House.   Mike Lynaugh
March 22, 2003 -  An anti-war protestor that refused to walk under his own power, is carried towards the police van by DC police.  Eight anti-war protestors were arrested near the front of the White House for blocking traffic and ''refusing to follow police instructions''.   Mike Lynaugh
March 22, 2003 - An anti-war protestor is taken into custody by DC police after blocking traffic on H Street and ''refusing to follow police instructions''.   Mike Lynaugh
March 22, 2003 - Police take an anti-war protestor into custody near the White House.  Police arrested eight anti-war protestors for blocking traffic on H Street near the White House, and ''refusing to follow police instructions''.   Mike Lynaugh