Alibi V.17 No.12 • March 20-26, 2008 

Photo Essay

Five Years Later

Photos by Tina Larkin

A peace flag crosses paths with a sign that reads "High Crimes: Impeach Me. Clueless but Evil," during Saturday's war protest march organized by the New Mexico Year 5 Coalition. Marchers started at UNM and walked to Lockheed Martin's Center for Science, Technology and Policy on Sigma Chi Road.
A peace flag crosses paths with a sign that reads "High Crimes: Impeach Me. Clueless but Evil," during Saturday's war protest march organized by the New Mexico Year 5 Coalition. Marchers started at UNM and walked to Lockheed Martin's Center for Science, Technology and Policy on Sigma Chi Road.
Tina Larkin

The peace march to protest the five-year anniversary of the Iraq War last Saturday, March 15, has become an annual passage in Albuquerque and all over the country. Every anniversary the number of participants seems to grow, along with the sense of bewilderment as to why we’re still in this war.

Camerawomen Sue Chavez pauses before taking a picture from up in a tree.
Camerawomen Sue Chavez pauses before taking a picture from up in a tree.
Tina Larkin

To mark this year’s occasion, Alibi Staff Photographer Tina Larkin joined the ranks of Albuquerque marchers, portraying a sliver of our country’s discontent with the war in Iraq, five years later.

Five-year-old Isa Farooqi from Iran looks over work by artist Robert DiGiulio.
Five-year-old Isa Farooqi from Iran looks over work by artist Robert DiGiulio.
Tina Larkin
Brother and sister Trey and Kyra Call relax in a stroller for two at UNM.
Brother and sister Trey and Kyra Call relax in a stroller for two at UNM.
Tina Larkin
Marchers on Central head for Lockheed Martin's Center for Science, Technology and Policy.
Marchers on Central head for Lockheed Martin's Center for Science, Technology and Policy.
Tina Larkin
Marchers on Central head down Sigma Chi Road.
Marchers on Central head down Sigma Chi Road.
Tina Larkin