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Announcement :: Politics
Anti-War Forum @ MIT, Wed 12/14
10 Dec 2005
Discussion, Speak Out and Question & Answer featuring a panel of local anti-war activists on the occupation of Iraq and the way forward for the anti war movement.
Iraq: The Occupation and the Challenges
Facing the Antiwar Movement - Panel Discussion
Wednesday, December 14th 7:00PM
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Room: 4-270
Sponsored by: MIT Thistle and the Greater Boston Stop
the Wars Coalition

A good general parking map can be found here:

The building the room is located in is here:

Iraq is not a distant war. It is a nightmare haunting
the conscience of millions and bereaving countless
American and Iraqi families. As the death toll spirals
and skepticism intensifies from coast to coast, the war
makers in Washington face an avalanche of protest. Please
join us for a panel discussion on the accomplishments and
challenges facing the antiwar movement in the months and
years ahead.

Speakers include

Tony Van Der Meer: Professor- African Studies Department,
UMASS Boston

Elisabeth Leonard: WILPF, United for Justice with Peace,
and Code Pink

Joseph Gerson: American Friends Service Committee

Marta Rodriguez- JERICHO

John Harris: Chelsea Uniting Against the War

Keith Rosenthal: International Socialist Organization

Hank Gonzalez: Socialist Alternative

Knut Langsetmo - Progressive Labor Party

According to Donald Rumsfeld the war could last as long
as 12 more years.

How many more will die in a war based on lies?

How many more billions of our tax dollars will be drained
into a war for oil?

How many more billions will be looted from vital social
needs such as hurricane relief, reconstruction, jobs,
education, and healthcare or libraries, firehouses,
childcare, eldercare, or Social Security?

Please visit our web site at:
or call 617-447-6360
See also:

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Ahocking and saweful
12 Dec 2005
According to Donald Rumsfeld the number of carrier groups in the gulf region will be reduced from 3 down to 5. Aircraft sorties will be scaled back from 30 a day down to 110 missions a day. The number of troops on the ground will be reduced from 120,000 down to 180,000 due to the fact that replacements will arrive before the other returning troops are allowed to leave.