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By Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Topic - Frida Berrigan
"We've done the marches," Frida Berrigan, 33, of the War Resisters League of New York City told The Washington Times. "But for the fifth anniversary we needed to something different."
Miss Berrigan, 33, also said organizers did not want to hold the protest over a weekend, which typically brings bus loads of out-of-state marchers, because this weekend includes Easter Sunday and there was a gathering last weekend in Silver Spring of veterans against the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.