Alibi V.16 No.12 • March 22-28, 2007 

Portraits of Peace

A photo essay

A painted sheet spread over the grass at Civic Plaza reads "No More War" at Saturday's peace march.
A painted sheet spread over the grass at Civic Plaza reads "No More War" at Saturday's peace march.
Tina Larkin

This Saturday, March 17, hundreds of Albuquerqueans converged Downtown to march in protest of the Iraq War. Alibi Staff Photographer Tina Larkin was able to capture a few moments of the day.

A women peers out from behind her "No War On Iran" sign at Civic Plaza.
A women peers out from behind her "No War On Iran" sign at Civic Plaza.
Tina Larkin
Members of La Cucaracha Stew Co. set up for a pose at Robinson's Park.
Members of La Cucaracha Stew Co. set up for a pose at Robinson's Park.
Tina Larkin
A participant in Saturday's march wears a peace sign painted on her face. March participants were told not to approach spectators while holding a sign if it was on a stick, because the stick would be considered a weapon.
A participant in Saturday's march wears a peace sign painted on her face. March participants were told not to approach spectators while holding a sign if it was on a stick, because the stick would be considered a weapon.
Tina Larkin
Two-year-old Samantha Daitz is introduced to a mask of President George W. Bush after Saturday's march.
Two-year-old Samantha Daitz is introduced to a mask of President George W. Bush after Saturday's march.
Tina Larkin
Peace march participant Marti Reed takes a photograph of a feathered peace sign hanging on a post at Civic Plaza.
Peace march participant Marti Reed takes a photograph of a feathered peace sign hanging on a post at Civic Plaza.
Tina Larkin
Four-year-old Kyra Call holds a sign that reads "Impeach Bush."
Four-year-old Kyra Call holds a sign that reads "Impeach Bush."
Tina Larkin
A group of marchers head south from Civic Plaza.
A group of marchers head south from Civic Plaza.
Tina Larkin