Friday, January 12, 2007

NO More Troops Rally


United for Peace and Justice has produced bold, attention-getting stickers that highlight the Bush Administration's lies about Iraq and the vast toll those lies have taken in human lives.

With more than 6000 civilians and over 240 U.S. soldiers killed in this illegal and unjustified war, it's time to raise the volume of protest.

They are making these eye-catching stickers available at cost: $25 per 500 (the minimum order) plus $5 for shipping and handling. At this price, you can spread the message far and wide.

To order, send a check made payable to "United for Peace and Justice" at: United for Peace and Justice P.O. Box 607 Times Square Station New York, NY 10108 Be sure to include your shipping address and the number of stickers you're ordering.

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What's Bush's "new course" in Iraq?

Thousands more troops, billions more dollars -- a massive increase in the waste of lives and money in a war that can't be won and never should have happened.

It is past time to say NO.

The overwhelming majority of people in this country want this war to end now.

It is time to bring the troops -- all the troops -- home.

This Saturday, all across the country, people will voice their outrage at Bush's plans to escalate the war.

The Next Step - Saturday, January 27th More than ever, we need Congress to follow the will of the voters, take bold action, and cut off the funds for this war! We urgently need your help in spreading the word about the massive, politically crucial peace march in Washington, D.C., being planned for Saturday, January 27.

Go through your email address book today and forward this message to everyone you know who might possibly come to Washington on January 27 .

  • Post information about the January 27 mobilization on every email list, website, and blog.
  • Write a letter to your local newspaper about the protest.
  • Call a local radio program.
  • Spread the word today about January 27 and help
  • Create a peace march so massive and so powerful that it cannot be ignored.

Visit http://www.unitedforpeace.org/ for up-to-the-minute details on the January 27 antiwar march and January 29 Grassroots Lobby Day.

Huntsville, Alabama

Weekly Peace Rally 11:00 AM Each Saturday

North Alabama Peace Network (NAPN) holds a Peace Rally every Saturday at 11AM, at the intersection of Airport Road and Whitesburg Drive in Huntsville. We start gathering at 10:45AM, and usually meet for lunch afterwards. Bring a sign, a friend and a peaceful spirit. For more information, contact the NAPN coordinators: NAPN@knology.net.

Mobile, Alabama

Out of Iraq! Saturday, January 27th 2007 Noon

We will line the streets with signs to protest the Iraq War.


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