Protest Slogans Database

Chicago Media Action signed on as a co-sponsor of the February 15 antiwar march in Chicago. And as a public service to the antiwar movement in the United States and abroad, here is a collection of protest slogans. Feel free to use these for signs at your next protest.

"Preserve Mesopotamian Culture / Don't bomb Iraq" (with pictures of Mesopotamian artifacts and art)(As seen in the back of a car in Arizona, USA)
"Saddam won't use nukes against U.S." -- CIA Director, in letter to Congress (10/2002)(As seen in Chicago, Mar. 16, 2003)
"the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today is my own government" (Martin Luther King, Jr.)(As seen in an email sent to slogans@chiagomediaaction.org)
"there will be no meaningful solution, until some attempt is made to know these people, and hear their broken cries." (Martin Luther King, Jr.)(As seen in an email sent to slogans@chiagomediaaction.org)
"they must see americans as strange liberators..." (Martin Luther King, Jr.) (As seen in an email sent to slogans@chiagomediaaction.org)
"We hold these truths to be self-evident" (with pictures of the American flag and the Peace Sign)(As seen in the back of a car in Arizona, USA)
$1 billion a day to kill people -- what a bargain.(As seen in Washington DC, Jan. 18, 2003)
(accompanied by a picture of Donald Duck) Save the Ducts, No to War(As seen in Chicago, Mar. 16, 2003)
(accompanied by a picture of Hello Kitty carrying a peace sign) Hey George! The Kitty says no!(As seen in Chicago, Mar. 16, 2003)
(worn by someone dressed as George W. Bush) I Love Democracy (but not in Florida) / I Love Weapons of Mass Destruction (but not in Iraq)(As seen in Chicago, Mar. 16, 2003)

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Number of slogans currently in the database: 362