Photo by SEAN MULLINS / email@example.com The Backbone Campaign's executive director, Bill Moyer, leads the incarcerated costumes of President Bush and Dick Cheney through the Iraq Veterans Against the War March wednesday. These costumes were used in several protests on the streets of Denver.
Photo by SEAN MULLINS / firstname.lastname@example.org Zack de la Rocha, left, Tom Morello and Tim Commerford from the band, Rage Against the Machine join protesters at the Iraq Veterans Against the War March Wednesday. The band played a free concert at the Denver Colosseum before the protest that ended near the Pepsi Center.
Photo by SEAN MULLINS / email@example.com A police officer watches as protesters, led by members from the band, Rage Against the Machine march down Arapahoe street, toward the Pepsi Center Wednesday.
Photo by SEAN MULLINS / firstname.lastname@example.org Iraq Veterans Against the War march down Broadway towards Arapahoe street. Three thousand protesters took part in the march that ended peacefully after sunset wednesday.
Photo by SEAN MULLINS / email@example.com Peacefull protesters march down Arapahoe St. in support of Iraq Veterans Against the War.
Photo by SEAN MULLINS / firstname.lastname@example.org The Metropolitan State College of Denver is closed for the Democratic National Convention this week. The march for Iraq Veterans Against the War made its way across the Auraria Campus on the way to the Pepsi Center wednesday.
Photo by SEAN MULLINS / email@example.com Veterans and civillians alike celebrate when the protest, conducted without a permit ends peacefully. The crowd dispersed as a meeting was arranged between one of presidential candidate Barack Obama's aides and a veteran spokesman to discuss the immediate withdrawl of "all occupying forces".
Photo by SEAN MULLINS / firstname.lastname@example.org Disabled Vietnam War veteran, Ron Kovic celebrates as demands from the protesters are met and a meeting is arranged with an aide from Obama's campaign.
This morning marks the first day of the DNC. I will be covering all four days of the convention. I will be shooting for the Met and freelancing for local media outlets. Follow the adventures of my colleuges and myself here: