They marched a bit more than a mile to the Army Experience Center at the Franklin Mills mall, where they presented the complaint.
Afterwards, some protesters sat down in the middle of the mall, in front of the AEC. Captain William Fisher, the Philly policeman in charge of the police operation supervising the event, gave advance warning that people who stayed in the area would be arrested.
Seven protesters made a decision to get arrested.
This was a very effective visibility event which brought substantial media attention and coverage.