Strawberry Fields in Central Park was filled with patriots reading The Constitution, including Amendments, with application to ongoing injustices in our world.
Norman Siegel, civil liberties attorney and founder of the event, introduced musicians who spoke and whose rights are being infringed upon by the Quiet Zones recently instituted in Central Park. There were a large number of people from the Republic of Guinea West Africa bringing news of atrocities in their native country. Norman Siegel has been addressing all of these problems.
The singing, reading, discussion all were very appropriate in celebrating that which is called Independence Day in these United States of America.
– Phyllis Cunningham
for the Granny Peace Brigade