According to Sunday's Denver Post, the kids today are gearing up for the August Democratic National Convention with a fusion of creativity and social justice resulting in efforts like bike rallies, puppet shows, and guerilla gardening. Still, the article notes:
These different factions speak of just one common goal: stopping the Iraq war immediately.
Code Pink's Zoe Williams—"part of the new face of activism"—notes in the piece, "One of the big things about the colorful, creative protests is to show that we are a very interesting, artistic, positive group of people. We aren't this scary image that protesters often get painted as."
—Read the full story: "New Generation Plans Dissent"