Protesters call for an end to NSA mass surveillance

About 5,000 people attend a rally in Washington to protest NSA programs

  • Lauren Schreiber, community outreach and event coordinator at the Council on American Islamic Relations in Washington, D.C., holds up a sign during a Saturday protest against U.S. government surveillance.

  • Protesters against U.S. government surveillance programs gather in front of the U.S. Capitol during a rally Saturday.

  • Protesters spoof a campaign slogan of U.S. President Barack Obama's during an antisurveillance rally in Washington, D.C., Saturday.

  • Protesters, one dressed as U.S. President Barack Obama, speak out against government surveillance programs Saturday at a rally in Washington, D.C.

  • Protesters gather in Washington, D.C., Saturday for a rally opposing mass surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency.

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