Thousands demonstrated along Park Avenue in New York City during meetings of the World Economic Forum at the Waldorf Astorio New York hotel on a freezing January day in 2003.
Protesters pull one of their own from the grips of Philadelphia Police officers during a scuffle on LOVE Park in Philadelphia in 2005. Demonstrators had gathered to address several economic and human rights causes.
Demonstrators march down North Broad Street in Philadelphia in February 2003, voicing their objection to the impending war in Iraq. Police estimated that the crowd numbered 10,000 people.
I captured this image looking north from one of the upper floors of the former Philadelphia Daily News and Inquirer building at 400 North Broad Street.
Metadata: Date: 02/15/03, Time: 12:33:11 p.m., Shutter speed: 1/2500, Aperture: 4.0, ISO: 800, Lens zoomed to: 175mm , Location: Philadelphia, PA, US , Slug: Street Level Philadelphia
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