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Natalie Rowthorn


A Human Canvas

He sat up straight on the wooden barstool, his long fingers twiddling a black ballpoint pen as he spoke about his service.

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Ann Wright, 70, is protesting with Code Pink: Women for Peace and Veterans for Peace in Cleveland. Wright, however, says she is with "Billionaires for Trump," and aims to send a satirical message referencing big banks and corporate America's role in political campaigns.

Code Pink activist Chelsea Byers stands in Public Square in Cleveland, OH, sporting a "Make Out Not War" sticker on her pink pants. The group opposes the U.S. war on Iraq and often uses satirical and theatrical tactics to deliver its message for peace.

Police officers on horses order crowds to disperse after an American flag burning demonstration sparked controversy on Fourth and Prospect during the third day of the Republican National Convention.

Ann Wright, 70, is protesting with Code Pink: Women for Peace and Veterans for Peace in Cleveland at the Republican National Convention. Wright, however, said she is with "Billionaires for Trump," and aims to send a satirical message referencing big banks and corporate America's role in political campaigns.

Kait McIntyre, 27, speaks to the crowd at the end of the march at the Veterans Memorial Square. She tells participants they must all work together to end racism and defeat Trump.

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