[act-ma] Events this week on Afghanistan: Tue 12/2 protest; Wed 12/3 meeting
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Events on Afghanistan this week:
Wed, Dec. 2 - Emergency protest
Thur, Dec. 3 - Public forum
Wednesday, Dec. 2
5 to 7 pm
Park St. Station at Boston Commons
Called by Greater Boston Stop the Wars Coalition and United for Justice with Peace
Thursday, Dec. 3
Dudley Public Library: 65 Warrent St.
U.S. Out of Afghanistan and Iraq Now!
Money for Jobs, Not War!
Bush is gone, but the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan still go on. The Pentagon is projecting an endless war with shifting battlefields in every corner of the world and a war budget that only grows larger and larger each year.
Come find out about the true motives behind the Pentagon's plans for endless war and how you can get involved in organizing for the March 20th National March and Rally in Washington D.C.
Feast Amongst Famine
Across the country the Thanksgiving holiday -- marked by Native Americans as a national day of mourning -- has been commercialized and packaged as a day to give thanks for abundance of food on the table. Yet worldwide, there are currently 200 million children suffering from chronic malnutrition.
Starvation and food insecurity are permanent symptoms of capitalism and will continue unless we organize to stop it. Join us in discussing the problems with the for-profit system and find out how hunger can be eradicated under socialism.
Update: The Struggle to Free Mumia
A pending U.S. Supreme Court ruling could set the stage for the reinstatement of Mumia's death sentence, putting the life of the African American revolutionary journalist and political prisoner in new danger.
Come hear the latest update in Mumia's trial and find out how you can get involved in the movement for his release.
Sponsored by the Party for Socialism and Liberation
A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition - Boston
ACT NOW TO STOP WAR AND END RACISM
857.334.5084 BOSTON at ANSWERCOALITION.ORG
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