Washington DC - Where to Protest.
Where to Protest
Typically, you will want the banners to attract attention and hand out flyers to the foot traffic.
Rush Hour Traffic. Be on site by 6:45am - 9:30am
Evening Traffic. 3:30pm - 6:15pm
Keep your group under 25 and you won't need a permit.
1) Do not block traffic.
2) Stay on the public sidewalk. Stay off private property.
3) Do not argue with anyone. Smile and hand them a flyer.
4) If police or intruders show up - start filming.
1) Dept of Justice - 950 Pennsylvania
2) FBI - 935 Pennsylvania (across from the DOJ)
3) Pentagon MetroRail Station - access it when riding the Metro. (good if raining)
Keep banners against the wall, do not block traffic.
4) Capital Hill MetroRail Station - 310 First St SE (good if raining)
Keep banners against the wall, do not block traffic. Many Congressmen & staffers pass by.
5) Union Station - 50 Massachusetts (good if raining) This is private property - Ask the Security guards first, or stay outside on the sidewalk.
6) Director of National Intelligence (DNI) 7402 Windy Hill Rd, McLean, VA.
Do not block sidewalk. Park with 2 wheels off pavement. Stay 10 feet from driveways.
7) Dept of Homeland Security HQ - 3801 Nebraska
8) White House Executive Office Building - 17th at F Street. Stand where the windows can see your banners.
9) CIA Headquarters - Intersection of Hwy 193/123. Langley, Virginia.
Some of the traffic enters & exits on Colonial Farm Rd.
Note: Employees will be advised to exit the main gate and turn East, when leaving work, to avoid seeing the banners.
10) Council on Foreign Relations - 1777 F Street.
Note: Parking entrance on 18th St.
11) NSA at Fort Meade, Maryland.
Watch the traffic patterns to find the best location for morning and evening.
2730 Technology Drive
130 National Business Parkway
The NSA is a military organization - they like to arrest people. We recommend focusing on the contractors that are across the freeway, to the North.
This includes Booze Allen (Ed Snowden's former employer), CACI, Raytheon, General Dynamics, G2 Inc, etc. These companies do most of the heavy work for the NSA.