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The next best thing to being thereWant to feel a little of what it was like to be at the Democratic National Convention during President Obama's acceptance speech? Click through for two exclusive interactive panoramic images from the last night of the DNC and experience a bit of the excitement yourself!
Vaginas Take Back the Capitol: INTERACTIVE PANOS from the event + Download a free vagina (poster/collage)
By Anne on June 25, 2012 in Interactive, Michigan, Michigan Democrats, Michigan Republicans, Photos, War on Women
Signs, signs, everywhere signsThis is a collage of photographs I took during the Vaginas Take Back the Capitol event last week. Click on "Read Full Story" below to see an interactive image of the poster where you can zoom in on the image to see the signs better or download the large file to print.
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