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D.C. protesters clamor for attention amid March on Washington anniversary

With the March on Washington anniversary taking center stage in D.C., many of the district's more obscure protests are getting lost in the din. So protestors are getting creative in order to catch Congress' attention.
By Collin Carroll, Medill News Service   |   Aug. 28, 2013 at 11:30 AM

WASHINGTON, August 26-- With the March on Washington anniversary taking center stage in D.C., many of the district's more obscure protests are getting lost in the din. So protestors are getting creative in order to catch Congress' attention.

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