Protestors carry flag-draped coffins down Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood on Saturday, March 18, 2006 to mark the third anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
A family waits at the intersection of Hollywood and Vine for the start of a demonstration marking the third anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.
Actor Mike Farrell smiles to onlookers on Saturday, March 18, 2006 as Martin Sheen speaks with Fernando Suarez del Solar, the father of a soldier killed in Iraq. Suarez del Solar's son Jesus, stepped on a U.S. cluster bomb on March 27, 2003.
Paul Haggis, director of the Oscar winning film "Crash," walks down Hollywood Boulevard with his wife, Deborah Rennard and their son, James (off frame).
Korean immigrants hold signs that spell out their pacifist hopes.
Musicians blow as they walk toward Sunset Boulevard.
A girl carrying a homemade sign leads her family on a march down Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood.
Mock pallbearers carry cardboard coffins on Sunset Boulevard to remind Americans of the human cost of war.
Marchers arrive at a staging area in front of Grauman's Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard.
Young protestors chant for the demise of the Bush administration.
Black clad youths shout down an onlooker who objected to the demonstration.
Korean kids drum and shout at the end of the demonstration.