[act-ma] 9/08 Help plan the New England Mobilization to End the War (Sat)
Stop the Wars Coalition
info at stopthewars.org
Mon Sep 3 06:14:37 PDT 2007
Join us this Saturday to be part of the
*National Mobilization To End the War in Iraq October 27th*
10 Massive Regional Demonstrations across the U.S.!!!!!**
*Boston Common at Noon: New England Mobilization to End the War
Bring All The Troops Home, NOW!*
We hope you will join us in the New England United planning for the
October 27 mobilization against the war in Iraq! The next planning
meeting will be on Saturday, September 8, from 1-5 at Encuentro 5, 5th
floor, 33 Harrison Ave in Boston.
/The vast majority of the people in every corner of the country want
this war to end, but Washington has failed to take decisive action.
With each passing month, nearly 100 servicepeople and countless more
Iraqis are killed, some 12 billion of our tax dollars are spent, and
the death and destruction continue. Our communities -- from New
Orleans to Minneapolis -- are neglected and suffer the consequences.
>From Vermont to California, from Florida to Wisconsin, the people
have spoken: We want this war to end, and we want it to end now! ///
/On Saturday, October 27th, people from all walks of life will gather
in 10 sites around the country for massive regional demonstrations.
This nationally coordinated day of outcry against the war in Iraq was
initiated by United for Peace and Justice, the nations largest
grassroots antiwar coalition. Many groups across the country are
helping to build the October 27th mobilization. You are invited to join
this effort! What we do now will help shape our future. We the
People must end this war!/
-For more information and directions to Encuentro 5, please go to
Telephone: 617-482-3090 http://www.stopthewars.org
The website for the national mobilization: www.Oct27.org
Also listen to extended coverage of last weeks demonstration in
Kennybunkport ME on done by Dave Goodman
This program will be online for another week.
for Stop the Wars Coalition
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