As bombs fall in Iraq, a peace march down Broadway draws a major crowd. The anti-war movement shifts its emphasis from U.N. diplomacy to halting further bloodshed. "We decided we had to keep turning out," says a mother who brought her two small children to the march. "After the first blush of war is over, I think we'll see more people turn out." Hear NPR's Neal Conan and NPR's Robert Smith.
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