Campus Times
April 11, 2003

photo by Jennifer Contreras

The traveling banner that reads "ULV for Peace," makes its way to many local protests. Roxanne Contreras of Pomona adds her name to hundreds of others on the banner last week, at the corner of Foothill Boulevard and D Street. From 5-6 p.m., every Thursday, community members gather at this intersection to support U.S. soldiers and to promote peace.

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