Tomorrow is the fourth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, and yesterday's antiwar march brought out thousands to protest on New York City streets. During a rally organized by United for Peace and Justice, the AP reports actor Tim Robbins as saying, "The American people want this war to end. That's the message they sent last November in the election. When are we going to start listening to them?" A Brooklyn Life marched yesterday and writes that a policeman "was using his megaphone to encourage us to keep marching for peace until the end." And check out this set of photographs from the protest by nickcalyx on Flickr - this might be the best sign.

No one was arrested during yesterday's march. But at the big protest in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, hundreds of people were arrested.

Photograph by ~ Raymond on Flickr