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Bus Riders Union Rocks the Anti-War March

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On Schrader Ave. in Hollywood | Filmed by Zach Behrens/LAist

The Bus Riders Union may have its fair share of lovers and haters, but when it comes to getting together and organizing protest music and song, this just felt great while marching at today's Anti-War March. We had to share.

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-- Bus Riders Union Refresher
-- Random Street Music at Downtown Art Walk (just for fun)

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