by Garret Ean
Nov 12, 2010
Last week, an assortment of activists gathered in front of the State House to redress some grievances. The anti-prohibition outreach event began around 4:00pm and went on about an hour. The Peaceable Assembly Choir of Grafton was present and entertained attendees with carols about the harms of the drug war.
Some in attendance chose to act as though they own themselves, despite the ever-present threat of arrest for such an exercise of individual will. At the end of the event, no one was hurt and all went happily on their way.
Shire Photojournalism captured the following images. You can see more work from Shire Photojournalism at shirephotography.com.
NH video journalist Biker Bill just released this video summary of the event. You can view more of his work at bikerbillnh.blogspot.com.