Stanford Community Protests Iranian Elections, pt. II

Last night as I walked down Palo Alto’s University Avenue, I encountered  more protests against the Iranian elections. Huddled on Palo Alto’s cement-laden, postage stamp-sized public square – Lytton Plaza – about a dozen protesters held candles and talked to passerbys.

Their message was identical to the protest a week ago: they want fair elections, not to overthrow the political foundations of the Iran regime.

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