"Hope is in the street not the White House."
"Who lied? Who died? Who pays? Who profits?"
"Birds not bombs."
"Corporations get handouts/We get shut out."
"Occupy the World."
"U.S. empire abroad requires austerity at home! Bring all troops & dollars home now."/"Still waiting to get trickled down on."
"Soon the poor will have nothing left to eat but the rich."
Following a man in a badger hat and rainbow fingerless gloves, a woman eats from a bag of popcorn:
"The world is a dangerous place to live... not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it."
"End the wars," a sign clothes-pinned onto a marijuana flag, held by a man wearing a "No more drug war" T-shirt.
"It's time for peace" (and also time for the Farmers' Market, which is going on at the Capitol Square at the same time the peace march arrives).