Protesters gathered at Sen. Diane Feinstein's home to protest possible U.S. military action in Syria.
Demonstrators gathered at the property of Sen. Dianne Feinstein this weekend to protest possible U.S. military action in Syria.
Protesters with the group Code Pink set up camp outside Feinstein's San Francisco home with tents, sleeping bags and banners.
Demonstrations also included a light show, a candlelight vigil and a march to the Golden Gate Bridge.
"We who came here today to camp out are saying to the people of the Muslim world we care about your lives," Code Pink activist Toby Blome said. "Your lives are as important as ours. Children shouldn't be killed. There's no excuse to put children at risk."
Protesters also distributed fliers to the Pacific Heights neighborhood, urging Congress toward diplomacy rather than any military action.