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Then and now, marchers pronounce their peace

Sitting in her architecture tent with her weekend garments congested into cosmetic drawers, Barbara Cone Milazzo scanned a infrequently immature faces in her well-worn duplicate of a Silver Thread, reminiscing.

Of course, yearbook-gazing is standard for a march during a 25-year reunion — though this wasn’t a kind of eventuality where people moment adult about a time someone put a cow in a principal’s office.

Milazzo was one of 150 or so campers collected during Emma Wood State Beach in Ventura for a 25th anniversary of a Great Peace March, a near-disastrous, mostly refreshing nine-month anti-nuke trek from Los

Article source: http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-peace-reunion-20110808,0,6750202.story?track=rss

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