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Torch protesters scale bridge
San Mateo Bridge reopens after protest closed lanes

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  A group of people describing themselves as Stanford students blocked westbound traffic on the San Mateo Bridge minutes before 5 p.m. Monday

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  Golden Gate Bridge: 3 people protesting China's human rights record climbed up the bridge and tied the Tibetan flag and two banners to its cables
 The banners: One World One Dream. Free Tibet' and 'Free Tibet'. The protesters climbed suspension cables as part of an advance protest to this week's Beijing Olympic torch relay

year 2007 Top ^

  Golden Gate Bridge: Authorities closed off the Bridge to pedestrians and bicyclists for several hours

year 2006 Top ^

Apr.30 Silent Vigil for Darfur on east sidewalk
  Golden Gate Bridge: 2,000 participants stood shoulder-to-shoulder on the 1.7-mile long bridge

year 2002 Top ^

Sep.8   5-mile ribbon of red, white and blue
  Golden Gate Bridge: 2,000 volunteers formed a human chain along the coast to remember those who died in the 9/11 terrorist attacks
May.25   Anti War Protest Stopped Traffic
  Golden Gate Bridge: 100 protestors gathered in a huge demonstration and some of them were arrested after they got into the traffic lanes

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