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Defending Women's Right to Choose

The marches reach Fisherman's Wharf tourist area

January 22, 2005 * Photos by Luke Hauser

The anti-choice march was destined for a second rally at the San Francisco Marina, located just beyond the Fisherman's Wharf tourist area.

Anti-choice organizers knew their crowd, which took time out to visit shops and restaurants along the route.

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Anti-choice protesters consider their dining options.

Police tried to keep pro-choicers away from the anti-choice march...

...but some verbal confrontations occurred.

As the anti-choice march approached Fisherman's Wharf, they were greeted with a San Francisco-style welcome - dozens of protesters, including members of the Pagan Cluster, blocked the street.

Tired and discouraged anti-choicers trudged several blocks out of their way to get to their Marina rally...

... dogged the whole way by the pro-choicers.

Photo 2005 by Luke Hauser for Reclaiming Quarterly. Please do not copy, reproduce, fold, spindle, mutilate, or otherwise use them without written permission. Thanks!

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