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November 3rd March Denounces Greed, War
The march left the Powell Street BART plaza as night fell, heading toward the Mission District. Confronted with several thousand marchers, the police closed the westbound lanes of market and the side-streets to allow the march, which stretched for several blocks, to pass.
Later in the evening, about 45 protesters were arrested while blockading streets and were taken the Hall of Justice for booking.
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As dusk set in, the crowd grew restless to march.
Several thousand people fill the westbound lanes of Market street, the main business artery in San Francisco.
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