best place for a progressive political protest New York 2003 - HOME OF SENATOR CHARLES SCHUMER
The problem for elected officials is that not only do they have to represent constituents, they actually have to live among them too. Jefferson called for a revolution every 20 years, but the Park Slope Greens found other means of registering dissent. The movement came to the HOME OF SENATOR CHARLES SCHUMER in March to chastise him for support of the Iraq war. A lovely red-brick building, overlooking lovely Prospect Park, suddenly became a lot less lovely for its reactionary resident.