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November 16, 2013 at 9:06 PM

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March Against the Mainstream Media


A group of approximately 30 demonstrators, outfitted with fluorescent colored banners, flags, megaphones and slogans organized for the March Against the Mainstream Media event in Seattle on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013. The event was part of a larger national event which took place in different locations throughout the country today. According to the event's website, the purpose of the march is to question the credibility of mainstream media outlets. For more information, see: http://www.mamsm.info/about.htm



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Sarah Tuffelmire, from Millcreek, takes photos of Seattle police officers standing outside the entrance of KIRO TV station during the March Against Mainstream Media Saturday.

MARCUS YAM / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Sharpies and fluorescent colored card boards cover the sidewalk as demonstrators prepare to start the March Against Mainstream Media event.

MARCUS YAM / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Approximately 30 protestors turned up for the March Against Mainstream Media rally in Seattle.

MARCUS YAM / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Demonstrators hold up signs and wave to passing cars during the March Against Mainstream Media protest.

MARCUS YAM / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Demonstrators hold up signs and cross the street during the March Against Mainstream Media protest.

MARCUS YAM / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Sarah Tuffelmire, wearing mask, speaks with Aaron Christiansen, right, who was out with his friends for lunch.

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Police officers stand by as demonstrators for the March Against Mainstream Media rally chant slogans.

MARCUS YAM / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Sarah Tuffelmire, from Millcreek, left, uses a megaphone to chant protest slogans outside Fisher Plaza during the March Against Mainstream Media.

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A demonstrator cleans up a coffee spill at Fisher Plaza.

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