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In the U.S. capital it can be hard for protesters to stand out. A group of 50, even 500, people holding signs and shouting hardly merits a second glance in this city of protest. About 10 of these signs have been scattered around Washington.Activist Claude Taylor said he planted his first sign in front of the Saudi Embassy, where it lasted 24 hours, but he's pleased the sign outside the White House has lasted over a month. Eidinger is one of D.C.'s public faces for marijuana legalization and is known for disruptive protests.Two female activists disrobed inside the National Gallery of Art last week to protest what they say is a lack of diversity in the artists being featured.A day earlier, activists targeted the Philippine Embassy with a protest that was deliberately obscure. In the institutional memory of Washington's activists, December 1987 stands as an iconic moment.
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