Farmers and indigenous groups where the onces leading the march asking for peace.
 African-american groups came from the coast of the country to join the march.
 Many indigenous groups who have been directly affected by the Colombian war got together downtown Bogota to protest for peace
 LGBT groups also supported the famers and the indigenous groups during the march.
 Farmers protesting for peace
 White flowers where given to the protestants by the citizens who came to escort them as a symbol of peace and reconsiliation.
 All sorts of Bogota citizens stood on the side of the roads waving white flags and supporting the minority groups during the protest.
 Thousands of people march over the Carrera 7 in Bogota asking for peace.
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