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Protesters hold posters drawn as checks made out to "The Israeli Apartheid State" for "Genocide Against the Palestinian People." Chants such as "No more money for Israel's crimes!" and "Warren, Warren you can't hide..." are written in red letters over the checks.
The protest marks the second large-scale pro-Palestine demonstration of the spring semester.
The Sunday rally began with speeches at Cambridge Common.
Speakers address the crowd at the rally. One woman holds up a phone on Facetime to show the rally to people in Gaza.
Rallygoers marched to Elizabeth Warren's house in Cambridge, chanting "Warren, Warren, you can’t hide, we charge you with genocide.”
A Cambridge Police Department officer stands with his motorcycle, blocking street traffic as protesters march to Sen. Warren's house from Cambridge Common.
More than 200 people attended a pro-Palestine rally on Sunday, marching from Cambridge Common to Senator Elizabeth Warren's home, demanding for her to vote against U.S. military aid to Israel.
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