Washington Protesters Block Street

NPR's Pam Fessler reports from in front of the White House, Washington, where about 15 protesters are lying down on 16th St., on the opposite side of Lafayette Square. It's a fairly small protest. This sort of protest seems to become a daily occurrence. Most are dressed in white sheets splattered with red paint.



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