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☮ccupy the Beach Vigils for Peace in New Hampshire

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.21.15
Hampton Beach blog image cnv 2015

By Dennis Lintz

Organizers with Veterans For Peace, Vietnam Veterans Against the War, Stamp Stampede, NHRebellion, and OccupyNH gathered on the beach on Sunday, September 20th, 2015, at 14th Street & Ocean Blvd. in Hampton Beach, NH. We held a local peaceful alternative action in solidarity with our brothers and sisters from sea to shining sea to ride that continuous Wave Of Action in front of the Cinnamon Rainbows Surf Cam on the beach. It was a beautiful, bright, sunny day in the mid 70’s, which drew many onlookers, and inquiries from the passerby’s.

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