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Busses from Boston, Manchester, Providence - Oct. 26th Anti-War March on D.C. (english)
by ANSWER Boston
Email: ANSWERBoston (nospam) iacboston.org
Phone: 617 522-6626
15 Oct 2002
Modified: 16 Oct 2002
ANSWER Boston next volunteers meeting
Online bus reservations from Boston, Providence, Manchester
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Friday, Oct 18
284 Amory St. (the Brewery)
Jamaica Plain, MAVolunteers for D.C. (security, medical, bus captains, etc.) welcome
Please bring your bus seat payments
Get on a Boston / Providence Bus!
online reservations form
Manchester, NH Bus
Leaves Manchester 10 PM Fr Oct 25th from the Unitarian Church,
669 Union St in Manchester,
Call ManchesterANSWER @ 603-627-2507
From Northampton (western Mass.)
Call IAC/ANSWER in Springfield
$60 a seat
From Cape Cod
$50 a seat
508 457 -6340
waas (at) capecod.net
National March on Washington, D.C.
Rally @ 11 am
Constitution Gardens adjacent to the Vietnam Veterans War Memorial
21st St & Constitution Ave. N.W.
**March to the White House**
"Stop the War on Iraq Before It Starts!"
download Oct. 26 flyer for Boston, PDF 2.5 MBview list of endorsers
Not a speech but a diatribe
Bush builds a war on lies
By Fred Goldstein, Oct. 9, 2002
Download GI's Call to March Oct. 26, pdf format
LABOR RESOLUTIONS REGARDING THE WAR AGAINST IRAQ
Bush wages war on unions
Invokes anti-labor law in name
of 'national security'
photo: Z at sf.indymedia.org 10/06/02
click to download Labor against the War Oct. 26 flyer - pdf format
AL-FATIHA ENDORSES ANTI-WAR MARCH IN WASHINGTON DC ON
CALLS ON NATIONAL LGBT ORGANIZATIONS TO TAKE LEAD IN
PROMOTING PEACE AND JUSTICE WITHIN LGBT COMMUNITY
PRESS RELEASE ISSUED ON OCT. 8TH--
Download WFN flyer (pdf) for Oct. 26, 2002 National March on Washington to "Stop the War on Iraq Before It Starts"
Endorse the October 26 National March on DC to Stop the War On Iraq Before It Starts
by former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark:
UNITED NATIONS MUST ACT TO PREVENT AN ATTACK BY THE UNITED STATES AGAINST
Dutch in Italian
WORLD OPPOSITION TO U.S. THREATS ON IRAQ: RAMSEY CLARK LETTER GALVANIZES ANTI-WAR SENTIMENT
Peta Lindsey, Howard University student, A.N.S.W.E.R. student and youth coordinator, speaking at Sept. 4, 2002 press conference announcing Oct. 26th National March on Washington, D.C. to Stop the War on Iraq Before It Starts
Aug. 27, 2002 "Democracy Now" audio report with Amy Goodman: U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark Visits the Iraqi Hospital Where Casualties from a Recent U.S. Bombing Raid Were Taken, and Debates the Pentagon
The Fire This Time
This new edition of the groundbreaking work by Ramsey Clark tells the truth about U.S. war crimes against the Iraqi people in the 1991 war. With a special new introduction: After September 11th, an assessment of the U.S./Iraq conflict.
The Fire This Time, an invaluable resource for those organizing opposition to a new U.S. war against Iraq. Itís an important book to be in the hands of anti-war activists, students, and readers worldwide. Order at
MARCH ON THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON DC
Martin Luther King Jr. spent the last year before his assassination linking the mass movements for civil rights and freedom at home with the growing opposition to the U.S. war in Vietnam. This courageous stand constituted a major political threat to the war makers. Dr. King came to the conclusion that the "greatest purveyor of violence on the planet is my own government."...
A call to the anti-war movement
Background information on current U.S. war plans in Iraq
Anti-War Alert: U.S. Leaks Plans for Major Invasion of Iraq
A front-page story in the April 28 New York Times detailed U.S. plans to invade Iraq toward the end of 2002 or the beginning of 2003. Whatever the timetable, the anti-war movement here has to take the threat seriously and prepare to combat these ever more concrete plans for war against Iraq. The Times reported that U.S. officials "said the nascent plans for a heavy air campaign and land assault already included rough numbers of troops, ranging from a minimum of about 70,000 to 100,000--one Army corps or a reinforced corps--to a top of 250,000 troops ... The invasion would involve between 75,000 and 200,000 U.S. and British troops after a heavy and continuous bombing attack..."
Emergency Protest Alert!
In the event of U.S. military attacks on Iraq, Somalia, or any other nation:
Day of/After Protest:
5:00 PM Gov't Center, Boston
(Protest will be held the same day at 5 pm if attacks begin before noon EST. If they begin after noon EST, protest will be the next day at 5pm)
Regarding Major Invasion............ (english)
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16 Oct 2002
If we do a massive invasion, it won't last too, too long.......BONUS !!!!!!!!!!!