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Global Day of Coordinated Actions (FReep ANSWER et al March 18-20)
International ANSWER ^ | on or before March 3, 2005 | some Stalin fan

Posted on 03/03/2005 3:26:42 PM PST by BillF

[UPDATED FROM AN EARLIER POST. LEFTISTS ARE TIMING THESE TO THE SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF THE START OF OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM. ALL EVENTS ARE ON SATURDAY, MARCH 19 EXCEPT WHERE NOTED. I've reformatted, left out some irrelevant info, and added emphasis. I will post rally info from another leftist group below on this thread. Check relevant leftist websites in case their plans change.]

ALABAMA

Huntsville
North Alabama Peace Network

EVENT: Gather at Flying Monkey Arts Center for a art show / benefit concert for the
Victims of the War in Iraq.  Art show, 3 - 7pm; Benefit concert 7-10pm; Rally, downtown Huntsville, noon.

ALASKA

Juneau
EVENT: Gather at 10am at the steps of the Capitol Building (4th & Main St) 

ARIZONA

Phoenix
Grandmothers for Peace
EVENT: Gather at 11am at Bell road & 99th Ave

CALIFORNIA

Los Angeles
A.N.S.W.E.R. LA
EVENT: At 12 noon we will gather at Hollywood & Vine

San Francisco
A.N.S.W.E.R SF
EVENT: Gather at 11am at Dolores Park march to
the Civic Center
Downloadable flyer

COLORADO

Denver
EVENT: Gather at 1pm at the west steps of the state capital building.


WASHINGTON
D.C.

DC A.N.S.W.E.R.
TRANSPORTATION:  To Fayetteville, NC; call for details

[Note that ANSWER has, in the wake of constant counter-protests by
DC Chapter FReepers, decided to go elsewhere for a friendly reception.

Many DC FReepers will follow them to other locations in hopes that they will go still further away by swimming to Cuba. ]

FLORIDA

Orlando
Orlando Not In Our Name
EVENT: Gather at 12 noon at International Dr. & Sand Lake Rd.

St. Augustine
People for Peace and Justice & Ve
teran for peace, International Action Center
EVENT: Gather from 1-3pm at the Bridge of Lions, west of the downtown Plaza

St. Petersburg
St. Pete for Peace
EVENT: Gather at Williams Park
Noon-5PM
2nd Avenue N and 4th Street in downtown St. Petersburg

 

GEORGIA

Atlanta
International Action Center
DATE: Friday, March 18
EVENT: Gather at 4:30pm, at Marietta & Centennial Olympic Park; march will leave at 5pm

HAWAII

Pahoa
EVENT: Gather at 1pm at Kalani Oceanside Retreat

ILLINOIS

Carbondale
Peace Coalition of So Illinois
EVENT: Day long installation of memorial crosses at the Town Square Pavillion.  Vigils and Bannering at 4  locations in town at 11:30am with convergence for a rally at the Pavillion at 12:30pm.

Chicago
Chicago March 19 Coalition
EVENT: 12 noon gather at Oak St. & Michigan Ave. followed by a march down Michigan Ave. to Federal
Plaza.
Downloadable flyer 

IOWA

Burlington
Citizens for Peace
EVENT: Gather at 2pm at the Port of Burlington Building on the Mississippi Riverfront

KANSAS

Salina
Salina People for Peace
DATE: Sunday, March 20
EVENT: Gather at 7:30pm at Salina Mennonite Church 600 W. State St. (12th St. and State St.) for a film showing and discussion.

MASSACHUSETTS

New Bedford
DATE: Sunday, March 20
EVENT: Gather at from 1-4pm at the corner of Buttonwood Park, rte 140, and rte 6. across from the CVS.

Worcester
Veterans For Peace
DATE: Saturday, March 19
EVENT: Gather from 12-2pm at Lincoln Square

MICHIGAN

Flint
Flint Michael Moore Meet Up Group
EVENT: Gather at 3pm at City of Flint City Hall

Grand Rapids
West Michigan Justice and Peace Coalition (WMJPC)
EVENT: Gather at 1pm at Calder Plaza

Lansing
EVENT: Rally at the Capitol at 10am.  Critical mass from the Capitol to East Lansing.  For those who can't bike, an antiwar caravan will drive to the campus of MSU.  The documentary film "About Baghdad" will be shown at 3pm at MSU.

MINNESOTA

Minneapolis
Iraq Peace Action Coalition
EVENT: Gather at 1pm at Loring Park Hennepin/Lyndale Ave. & Oak Grove St, march at 1:30pm, 2:30pm Speakers & Program at St. Mark's Cathedral (510 Oak Grove St)

St. Paul
Neighbors for Peace
EVENT: Gather at from 5:45pm-7:15pm  for a walk for peace, corner of Snelling and Summit Ave., going west to the Mississippi River. Please bring candles.

MISSISSIPPI

Biloxi
South MS United for Peace
DATE: Sunday, March 20
EVENT: Gather from 12-6pm at Biloxi Green & Visitors' Center, Highway 90 at Lameuse.

MONTANA

Bozeman
Bozeman Peace Seekers
DATE: Sunday, March 20
EVENT: Gather at 2:30pm at the Ballroom, Emerson Cultural Center for a "Party for Peace" with songs, speeches, drama and audience participation.

NEW JERSEY

Atlantic City
CPJ
EVENT: Gather at from 2-4pm for a march will begin at Garden Pier parking lot, march to Kennedy Plaza for rally and return to Garden Pier

NEW MEXICO

Albuquerque
Stop the War Machine
EVENT: Gather at from 11am- 1 pm at the National Guard Armory & Armed Forces Recruting Center, corner Wyoming and Copper, NE.

NEW YORK

New York City
International Action Center
EVENT: 12 noon in Central Park at the East Meadow

New Paltz
Initiated by Hudson Valley Activist Newsletter
EVENT: Rally at 1pm at Hasbrouck Park (near SUNY New Paltz) and march through town. Rep. Maurice Hinchey [Karl Rove framed Dan Rather with the forged documents] will be the featured speaker.

NORTH CAROLINA

Charlotte
Action Center For Justice
EVENT: Gather at 1pm at Marshall Park (2nd St & S. McDowell St)

Fayetteville
Military Families Speak Out
EVENT: Gather at from 11-4pm at Rowan Park

OHIO

Columbus
Central Ohio Peace
EVENT: Gather at 1pm at The West Plaza of the Ohio Statehouse (Broad & High Sts.)

Dayton
September 11 Coalition
EVENT: Gather at 6:30pm at Courthouse Sq. (Third & Main Sts.)

Lima
DATE: Sunday, March 20
EVENT: Gather at 2pm at Lima Sq.

OREGON

Cottage Grove
Stand For Peace
EVENT: Gather at 11am for a procession thru town to National Guard Armory

PENNSYLVANIA

Pittsburgh
EVENT: Gather at 11am at Frick Park

SOUTH CAROLINA

Charleston
DATE: Sunday, March 20
EVENT: Gather from 2-5pm at Marion Square

TENNESSEE

Knoxville
Knox Area Coalition for Compassion
EVENT: Gather from 11-1pm at West Town Mall (Kingston Pike & Morrell Rd) Bring signs!

Memphis
Mid-South Peace and Justice Center
EVENT: Gather at 12 noon at First Congregational Church, 1000 S. Cooper. We will march through midtown to Overton Park where there will be a Rally at Veterans Plaza.

VERMONT

Rutland
Central Vermont Peace
EVENT: Gather from 3 til 5 pm at RTE 4 and 7, Rutland Vermont  (Main St Park by visitors center)

VIRGINIA

Augusta
Augusta Coalition for Peace and Justice
EVENT: Gather at from 12noon- 1 pm at the Augusta County Court House

WASHINGTON

Seattle
EVENT: Call for details

WEST VIRGINIA 

Martinsburg
EVENT: Gather from 4-7pm at 224 West King Street



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WHAT YOU CAN DO: Organize a counter-protest of the anti-war protestors emphasizing support for our country, our troops, and our President. Alternately, organize a "support the troops" rally to take place on the same day and in the same city as the anti-war rally nearest you. Or, attend a counter-protest or support troops rally already being held.*

The troops are fighting over there. Surely, you can give up a day or two of your free time to organize, support, and attend a rally to counter the hate-America first crowd.

HOW: Some suggestions:

Call the local police and ask about requirements for permits, restrictions on protest sign size and materials, and other laws involved in protests. In many locations, no permit is needed if you are going to be under a given number such as 25 people.

Plan an event. If possible, try to get a location across the street from the leftists or otherwise close, but not too close, to them. Try to have some barrier such as a street, hedge, or fence between them and your group IF you think it's necessary to control interaction between the groups and the police are unlikely to be deployed in numbers between the groups.

Publicize the event by starting a thread about your local Rally/Counter-protest.  Contact other FReepers in your area by pinging them to the thread and using the state message boards. (Click here, then on an appropriate state message board. From there, you can locate some adjacent FReepers by clicking on the "[New Prototype -- Click for Members List].")  Contact local veterans' organizations, GOP groups (especially College Republicans), Young Americans for Freedom, and all other groups (e.g., Second Amendment groups) that are likely to support our side.

Send out press releases to local media and contact local talk show hosts, especially conservative ones, who may be willing to promote, attend or speak at the event.

Make sure that all of your people know that the point is not to interfere with anyone else's rights, but to emphasize support for the troops and their mission. Give out or at least publicize rules for protesting such as DC Chapter's rules for protesting, especially if you have a few who might be overly zealous:

No violence, no threats, no profanity, no racism, no law-breaking.

Law enforcement officers must be treated with respect.

Stay out of the street at all times, except when using a crosswalk with the traffic light.

Do not block the sidewalk to pedestrian traffic. Keep your signs from hanging over into the street.

Do not block the signs of, nor get within 10 feet of, our opponents. Do not interfere with any media coverage of them. Our First Amendment rights are their rights, too.

Any arguments should be at 10 feet away to avoid conflict arising from passions on both sides. If you choose to get close to them physically, do so in friendship as fellow Americans only.

Do not give the middle finger, call people jerks, tell them to go home or get a job.

Take the high road. Be civil, but resolute, when you are cursed at or given the middle finger; point out the rudeness of the leftists by chanting, "Mean spirited arrogant condescending liberal."

Bring lots of American flags.

Have fun.

WHY: What good does a rally or counter-protest do?

Gets out a message to our troops that we support them.

Allows you to peacefully express your point of view. Much better than kicking in your TV when the leftists come on.

Upsets the leftists and demoralizes some of them. Prevents them from getting a free ride in the media.

Example of the last item of upsetting the leftists.  In January, the Washington Post actually did a quite fair video report of the battle between the DC Chapter of Free Republic and ANSWER (click here to see that 4 or 5 minute video report of three segments which load sequentially). The leader of ANSWER dismisses our group as parasites, but ANSWER has now cancelled their plans for a anti-war rally or march in DC.

The DC Chapter's persistence in opposing this group of America-haters and stepping on their message has likely caused them to withdraw their DC plans and go elsewhere. ANSWER will probably come back to DC, but they have decided that they can do more harm to our country on this occasion by going outside DC. However, if enough conservatives actually would show up to peacefully counter-protest these leftists, they might withdraw from the country, not just from DC. Or, after sufficiently large conservative counter-protests to the leftists, the media would stop carrying their water and the anti-war movement would, effectively, cease to exist.

*Fayetteville, NC apparently will be the big show this time.

The leftists' major groups, ANSWER, United for Peace and Justice (whose events will be listed a reply post), and Code Pink are really promoting the peace protest in Fayetteville, North Carolina and trying to get their people to that protest. Therefore, if at all possible, attend the counter-protest in Fayetteville (apparently being organized by clyde asbury, TaxRelief, and Huber) as discussed briefly on the below thread:

Anti-war leaders expect crowd (Fayetteville FReep, anyone?)
The Fayetteville Observer ^ | Jan 16, 2005 | Allison Williams

Posted on 01/16/2005 5:56:44 AM PST by clyde asbury

On the one-year anniversary of the start of the war in Iraq, hundreds gathered in Fayetteville for what some called the city's largest peace rally since the Vietnam War.

Even more people are expected for the second anniversary.

A rally set for March 19 at Rowan Park is being advertised nationally by United for Peace and Justice. On its Web site, the group is promoting a ''major regional protest in Fayetteville, N.C.'' [emphasis added]

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Anti-war events as listed by leftists at UNITED FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE (UFPJ) EVENTS. The links within the following do NOT work. Go to the above UFPJ link and follow links from their pages if necessary.

Milwaukee, WI

Global day of Protest
Saturday, March 19th 2005 noon
Rally & March on the 2nd Anniversary of the War
End the War-Bring the Troops Home-
Rebuild Our Communities



Montreal, CANADA

March Against the Occupation of Iraq
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1:00pm
March Against the Occupation of Iraq


Campus Events

Week of Campus Resistance
Monday, March 14th 2005
Organize a protest against military recruiters, a teach-in, a campus demonstration, an educational forum, a walkout, a sit-in, a rally or other antiwar activity at your school the week of March 14 to March 18. Join students all over the U.S. for a week of campus resistance to war, racism, greed and all forms of injustice. Then, on March 19, mobilize for local and regional demonstrations taking place across the country.


Springfield IL,

Vigil for Peace in Iraq
Saturday, March 19th 2005 noon
Vigil at the IL State Capitol steps to end the war against Iraq and other threats to the world community. Signs available, but can also bring nonviolent-themed signs.


Huntsville, AL

ART AID - a benefit for families affected by war
Saturday, March 19th 2005 3:00 PM
ART AID, a benefit for families affected by war. Artists market and casual performances from 3PM to 7PM, and a benefit concert starting at 7PM.


Little Rock, AR

Poets 4 Peace
Saturday, March 19th 2005 6:30
This is the 2nd Annual Poets 4 Peace. The event was organized to mark the anniversary of the war in Iraq. Poets 4 Peace strives to bring together diverse members of our community to have greater understandings and to build better relationships with one another.


Peace Rally and Global Day of Protest
Saturday, March 19th 2005 noon
We in Arkansas still say no to war! Please join us in Little Rock at the War Memorial Park Pavilion near the children's playground for speakers, music and a demonstration of our wish for peace and justice in the world.


Phoenix, AZ

Meditation on Consequences of War
Saturday, March 19th 2005 9:00 a.m.
The meditation will be centered on the consequences of war in general, and the present and future consequences of the United States war against Iraq in
particular.



Tucson, AZ

END THE WAR Rally and March
Saturday, March 19th 2005 10:00am
10:00AM - Rally at Catalina Park (4th Ave. one block south of Speedway).
11:00AM March for Peace.
11:15AM Marchers stop for short peace rally at the UA ROTC building, and on to.......
RALLY from NOON to 1:00PM at Military Recruiting Office on Speedway



Eureka, CA

Eureka Peace March
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:00am
Third annual peace march to be held in Eureka, CA. Route begins and ends at Halvorsen Park at 2nd an L St.
Educational activities are planned following the march.



Fresno, CA

"Rally for Peace & Social Justice"
Saturday, March 19th 2005 noon
Join Peace Fresno and area progressive groups on March 19th. We will have speakers, music, vendor/info tables, and a children's activity area.


Idyllwild, CA

Idyllwild Peace Rally
Saturday, March 19th 2005 Noon
a peace rally to show the world that peace is the only way.


Oxnard, CA

Perspectives on Peace in the Middle East
Saturday, March 12th 2005 3:00 p.m.
Rally at La Placita War Memorial, speakers, march around city hall, Q & A teach-in with a panel of three activist orgs at the Cafe on A Street.


Placerville, CA

End the War
Saturday, March 19th 2005 8:00am
Bus trip or carpool to San Francisco for the 2nd Anniversary Commemoration of the US led invasion on Iraq.Rally and march begins in Dolores Park.
Join El Dorado Peace and Justice Community for the bus or meet to carpool if bus is filled.



Riversie , CA

Rally to Oppose the Occupation of Iraq
Friday, March 18th 2005 6:00 pm
Rally against War and Occupation. This Rally is to bring attention to the second anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, and to stand against occupation and imperialist war everywhere.


San Francisco, CA

Global Day of Action
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:00 am
No to War & Occupation — Iraq, Palestine, Haiti, Afghanistan, Cuba & Everywhere!
Bring the Troops Home Now!
Money for People's Needs, Not War!

March 19, 2005, will be an International Day of Protest on the second anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. As on the first anniversary of the invasion last year, millions of people around the world will march to say; No to War and Occupation from Iraq to Palestine to Haiti and Everywhere.

Already over 1,000 organizations and individuals have endorsed the March 19 protests. Call or email to endorse the demonstration or to volunteer to help. Together we can build a powerful new movement against war, racism and for people's rights, not corporate domination. Join us!



Anarchist Action Against the War
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:00am
Anarchist Contingent and March during A.N.S.W.E.R Rally and March.


San Jose, CA

San Jose March and Rally
Sunday, March 20th 2005 1:30PM
BRING THE TROOPS HOME NOW!
Money for human needs, not war!

- Save Social Security
- Healthcare, Jobs, Housing & Education for All
- Stop the Corporate Assault on the Environment
- Defend Civil Liberties, Civil Rights & Labor Rights



Bring the Troops Home Now! Money for Human Needs, not War!
Sunday, March 20th 2005 1:30pm
March and rally in San Jose to end the occupation of Iraq Palestine, Haiti, Afghanistan, and demand "hands off" Cuba and Iran!


Santa Clarita, CA

RSVP  • Santa Clarita Neighbors for Peace and Justice Vigil
Saturday, March 19th 2005 4:00 p.m.
Join us at the corner of Valencia Boulevard and McBean Parkway (Valencia Town Center/New Homes Information Center corner) for a vigil to mark the 2nd anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. Bring your own signs or use ours.


Susanville, CA

Mourn the death of lives, and liberty
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:30 PM
On the 2 year anniversary of the illegal and immoral occupation of Iraq we, the People for Progress, will convene to remerber the loss of life. Meet at Memorial Park at 12:30 PM for a short rally. From there the demonstrations will pour onto Main for a march uptown. We will reconvene at 6:00 PM for a candle vigil uptown as well.


Ventura, CA

Not In Our Name/Arts For Action
Saturday, March 12th 2005 1:00 pm
Saturday, March 12th—La Placita War Memorial, 5th and C Streets, Oxnard:
Rally at 3 pm with speakers > March at 4 pm to the Café on A Street at 438 South A Street for a panel teach-in at 5 pm: "The Cost of War at Home and Abroad"; Q & A with comments will follow

Sunday, March 13th—"Uncovered"—by Clinton Fein; 2 to 5 pm; an acclaimed view of Bush’s War on the World—final day—at The Upfront Gallery, 267 South Laurel Street, Ventura; 648-7878

Monday, March 14th—Spiritual Politics: Aligning spiritual understandings with effective political action! Meeting at 7 pm in the CAUSE Office, 2021 Sperry Avenue, Suite 18, Ventura; lightbringer@adelphia.net

Tuesday, March 15th—Artists' Open Mic presented by Dan Flores with Not in Our Name, 7 pm at the Selah Café, 40 Day Road, Ventura

Wednesday, March 16th—NewsReal’s "Films at Franky’s": A Company of Soldiers (tentative)—7:30 pm at Franky's Café, 456 East Main Street, Ventura http://www.news-real.org

Thursday, March 17th—La Raza Rights/Union del Barrio/ANSWER Film Series: The Oil Factor at 7 pm at the Café on A Street, 438 South A Street, Oxnard francisco.romero@csun.edu

Friday, March 18th—Peace Now! Poems and Prayers: spoken-word action by local poets, activists, dreamers, and songsters at 7:30 pm in Franky’s Café, 456 East Main Street, Ventura

Saturday, March 19th—Peace rally and march at 1 pm in Plaza Park, Ventura: speakers, musicians, art

Sunday, March 20th—Freeway Overpass Demonstrations at 12 noon: 101 California Street overpass: Ventura; 101 at Las Posas Road overpass in Camarillo; 101 at Lynn Road overpass: Thousand Oaks—One banner only un-attached to the overpass—no other signs or banners, please. Vta: 258-2519; Cam: elisedavies21@netzero.net (tentative); T.O.: sarie@rain.org
Contact: peacebooks@global-economy.info



Denver, CO

RSVP  • Fallen....Not Forgotten
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1:00pm
We gather together on the west steps of the Colorado State Capitol to commemorate the lives destroyed by the invasion of Iraq. We also mourn the loss of our democratic ideals, including:
Peace
Life
Civil Liberties
Healthcare
Housing
Education
a Clean Environment
Choice
Veteran's Benefits
International Respect
Separation of Church and State,
and Many Many More...



Fallen, Not Forgotten...Anniversary of the War in Iraq - Peace Rally
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1:00pm
Fallen... the lives of many U.S. troops, the lives of countless Iraqi military and civilians, and the focus on so many U.S. domestic and social issues... but NOT FORGOTTEN!

Join us on the anniversary of the invasion on Iraq as we remember all the lives lost in this senseless war. Various speakers and performers will take the steps of the State Capitol Building in a rally for peace and an end to U.S. imperialism and aggression in foreign policy.



Hartford, CT

March 19
Saturday, March 19th 2005 Noon
There will be a march and a rally.


March and Rally Against the War in Iraq
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00pm.
Statewide antiwar march and rally in Hartford.


Norwalk, CT

Norwalk for Peace & Justice Vigil
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00 pm
No more blood for oil! Save the Bill of Rights! End all occupations! We have plenty of signs to share, or bring your own.


West Hartford, CT

Vigil for Peace & Justice
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:30 am
Please join other concerned citizens for a weekly vigil on the green in West Hartford Center. Exercise your right to free speech!


Washington, DC

A Silent Vigil for Peace.
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00 noon
Recurring Event (Weekly)
A Silent Vigil for Peace.

For 2 1/2 years, a silent vigil for peace has taken place each week on the West Lawn of the US Capitol. Started by Quakers, this vigil is not a protest, nor a march, but a non-partisan, ecumenical silent vigil, under the simple banner, "Seek Peace and Pursue It", a quote from Psalms 34.

The vigil takes place on Saturdays at noon. Saturday, March 19 is the day before the second anniversary of the start of the War on Iraq. All are invited to join us, as we hope to fill the Lawn that day with people standing silently for Peace. Bring no signs or banners, just yourself and your hopes and prayers for peace.



Wilmington, DE

Protest on 2nd anniversary of Iraq War
Friday, March 18th 2005 12 noon
Procession from war memorials in Brandywine Park to office of Senator Biden, then to Sen. Carper, and then Congressman Castle. We will be giving each of them a collage of photos of the 1500 US troops killed so far and a collage of the names of 3,000 Iraqis killed. From there we will process to the Federal Bldg., where the names of the US dead will be read and an act of civil disobedience will take place.


Lake Worth Beach, FL

Walk for Peace and Justice: The World Says End the War!
Saturday, March 19th 2005 2:00pm
Join us in the peaceful protest.


Naples, FL

2-yr Iraq War and Occupation Anniversary Protest
Saturday, March 19th 2005 3:30pm
Join us in Naples in solidarity with protests nationwide and around the world as we protest the two-year anniversary of the Iraq War and Occupation. Say NO! to the Bush agenda and YES! to PEACE.

END WAR AND OCCUPATION OF IRAQ NOW!BRING THE TROOPS HOME ALIVE NOW!
STOP THE U.$. EMPIRE



Arlington South
Sunday, March 20th 2005 8:00am
On the second anniversary of the Iraq War, approximately 800 white crosses will be displayed on the beach as a memorial to the lives of U.S. soldiers and military personnel lost in this illegal and immoral war and occupation. A complete log of all 1,477+ dead soldiers by name, rank, age, and branch of service will be displayed on the site and on posters.


Orlando, FL

Protest Two Years of War and Occupation
Sunday, March 20th 2005 Noon
Bring family and friends on Sunday, March 20, 2005, the second anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, to the corner of International Drive and Sand Lake Road at noon and show your opposition to the unjust war and occupation.

Bring signs and banners with the message you’d like to deliver to those in power: NO UNJUST WAR, NOT IN OUR NAME!



Pensacola, FL

March Against the War
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:30am
March Against the War down Palafox street to Martin Luther King Plaza.

Memorial Vigil at MLK Plaza



Sanford, FL

RSVP  • Memorial for Peace
Saturday, March 19th 2005 Noon
CodePink: Women for Peace, Orlando chapter, will be holding a memorial for peace. We will read the names of the soldiers from Florida killed in action in Iraq, and flowers will be handed out to as many attendees as possible. We will also be flying a giant peace dove puppet, and we may have a speaker.


St. Augustine, FL

The World Says End the War!
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1PM
People for Peace and Justice will protest at the Bridge of Lions at 1PM. We will march on St. George St. at 2PM.
Details will follow soon.



The World Says End the War!
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1:00pm
Global Day of Protest
Join millions of citizens around the world to protest Bush’s illegal war on the two-year anniversary of the U.S. bombing, invasion and occupation of Iraq.
1 PM - demonstration at foot of Bridge of Lions.
2 PM - march thru St. Augustine.

* End the War *
* Bring the Troops Home Now *
* Rebuild Our Communities *



St. Petersburg, FL

The World Says End the War!
Saturday, March 19th 2005 Noon
Please go to www.stpeteforpeace.org for details on the March 19th in St. Petersburg, FL


Tallahassee, FL

Eternal Peace Witness
Sunday, March 20th 2005 12:30 pm
Peace Witness - Tallahassee - Now in its third year


Atlanta, GA

"Two Years Too Many! Bring the Troops Home Now"
Friday, March 18th 2005 5:00pm
"Two Years Too Many! Bring the Troops Home Now"

March and Rally in Atlanta From CNN To Woodruff Park

Assemble at 5:00 pm at the corner of Marietta and Centennial Olympic Park March at 5:30 down Marietta Street, around Underground Atlanta, then to Woodruff Park.

Rally speakers will include members of military families in GA and veterans of Iraq wars.

For more information about the march and rally in Atlanta, and inquiries about transportation to Fayetteville, NC, or any other questions, please contact: at atlantaiac@aol.com or Call 770-989-2536, and check our website http://www.georgiapeace.org



Newborn, GA

RSVP  • Military Families Speak Out at Fort Bragg
Saturday, March 19th 2005
On March 20 last year, we staged the biggest demonstration Fayetteville, NC has seen in 35 years. Fayetteville is next to Ft. Bragg, NC – ground zero for the 82nd Airborne Division (that is preparing for their third trip to Iraq) and most of the US Special Operations community. On MARCH 19, 2005 in FAYETTEVILLE this year, we will mark the anniversary of the 2003 invasion AGAIN with a far bigger demonstration than the last. If you want to send a message from the belly of the beast, this year you need to visit North Carolina. The wheels are falling off this war wagon, and we need you in Fayetteville this March to give them another hard kick.


Burlington, IA

RSVP  • HONOR THE DEAD, STOP THE DYING
Saturday, March 19th 2005 2 P.M.
THE NAMES AND FACES OF
THOSE WHO HAVE DIED FOR
US WILL BE SHOWN AT THIS
RALLY FOR PEACE.

WE FOUND A WAY IN TO WAR
NOW LET'S FIND A WAY OUT.



Des Moines, IA

peace is the way
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1:30 pm
Rally and march through the Court Ave. district of Des Moines, Iowa.
Music, theatre, speakers

Balloons, Face painting for children



Iowa City, IA

Iowa City Anti War / Occupation Rally
Sunday, March 20th 2005 2:00pm
The Iowa City Anti War League will hold a Rally & March in Downtown Iowa City on Sunday, March 20th, starting at 2pm.
We believe the invasion of Iraq was illegal and immoral. We believe the occupation is equally illegal and immoral. All American and foreign troops should be withdrawn. We are very disturbed by the threats of military agression that are continually posed by our Government against various regions in the Middle East.



Sandpoint, ID

RSVP  • Protest
Saturday, March 19th 2005 9:00am
Join fellow Sandpointians in a protest against the Iraq war.


Canton, IL

Peace Pole Dedication
Saturday, March 19th 2005 2:00pm
A ceremony to dedicate a peace pole and peace garden in Canton Illinois. The event will be held at 159 N 2nd Avenue, Canton IL 61520 at 2:00PM. The location is the First Congregational United Church of Christ. The Peace Pole will be the first in Fulton County and all persons are welcome at any time to hold events to celebrate, demonstrate for and hold vigiles for peace.


Carbondale, IL

Vigil and rally to End the War
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:30 am
1500 white crosses will be planted at 9:30 am at the Town Square Pavilion in Carbondale, Illinois. At 11:30 four groups will gather at strategic points with more crosses and march to the Pavilion for a rally at 12:30 pm.


Vigil and rally to End the War
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:30 am
1500 white crosses will be planted at 9:30 am at the Town Square Pavilion in Carbondale, Illinois. At 11:30 four groups will gather at strategic points with more crosses and march to the Pavilion for a rally at 12:30 pm.


Palatine, IL

RSVP  • Until the Violence Stops
Saturday, March 19th 2005 2:00pm
A showing of "Until the Violence Stops," a new film by Eve Ensler, followed by a discussion about international women's rights and the importance of women to the peace movement.


Rockford, IL

RSVP  • No. IL Peace Conference and demonstration
Saturday, March 19th 2005 9am
Regional peace Conference and demonstration


Indianapolis, IN

Midwest Peace Summit
Friday, March 18th 2005 11:00
Recurring Event
SPII, Students for Peace in Iraq, will sponsor the first regional "Midwest Peace Summit" to be held on the urban campus of IUPUI in Indianapolis, Indiana, Friday to Sunday, March 18 to March 20. Renowned author Michael Parenti will be the keynote speaker on Saturday afternoon. Everyone's favorite protest comedian and folksinger, Dave Lippman, will be on hand to perform his antiwar hits and "George Shrub" schtick. The three-day regional event will host a diverse array of progressive workshops, seminars, musicians, artists, scholars, and antiwar and civil libertarian activists. Michael Parenti will speak again on Sunday, March 20, at noon, from Monument Circle, at an "End the War in Iraq NOW!" rally held on Monument Circle, intersection of N. Meridian and Market Streets in downtown Indy. The rally is co-sponsored by Students for Peace In Iraq, the Indiana Peace and Justice Network (IPJN) and the (IPOR) Indiana Pledge of Resistance. Both the rally and a civil disobedience/resistance are being held in solidarity with world-wide protests that weekend on the second anniversary of the Iraq war and US occupation.


Rally at the Midwest Peace Summit: "US Out of Iraq NOW!"
Sunday, March 20th 2005 11:00
The regional "Midwest Peace Summit" on the campus of IUPUI from March 18 - 20 will culminate in an "End the War in Iraq NOW!" rally on Sunday, March 20, on Indianapolis' Monument Circle. The rally will coincide with the national day of protest sponsored by UFPJ and is sponsored by Students for Peace In Iraq (SPII) and the Indiana Peace & Justice Network. The rally will feature keynoter Michael Parenti and other speakers from peace and justice organizations throughout the region. There will be a regional critical mass bike ride to coincide with the rally.


RSVP  • Nonviolent Civil Disobedience to End the War in Iraq NOW!
Sunday, March 20th 2005
There will be a nonviolent civil resistance on Sunday, March 20, following the end of the Midwest Peace Summit, which will be held in Indianapolis from March 18 - 20. Please consider forming affinity groups and join with activists from Indiana, Chicago, Champaine Urbana, Gary, Louisville, Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio, to say 'END THE OCCUPATION OF IRAQ' 'TROOPS OUT NOW!' A nonviolent CD/CR training workshop will be held at the Midwest Peace Summit on Saturday, March 19. Pre-registration is advised. Action will be held following a rally on Monument Circle, intersection of North Meridian and Market Streets, Indianapolis, IN.


Terre Haute, IN

Bring the Troops Home Now!
Saturday, March 19th 2005 10:00 a.m.
Terre Haute Stop War on Iraq will hold a demonstration against the war from 10 a.m. to noon on March 19, at the Vigo County Courthouse located at 103 S. Third St. (At the corner of Third and Ohio Sts.) Please bring signs and noisemakers.


Gothenburg, INTL

Demonstration
Saturday, March 19th 2005 13.00pm
Internationell demonstration på 2-årsdagen av kriget


Helsinki, INTL

Anti-war demonstration
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1:00pm
Anti-war anti-occupation demonstration at Rautatientori, Helsinki. Speeches at 2:00pm (peace educator Helena Kekkonen, member of parliament Tarja Cronberg, canon Veli-Matti Hynninen etc.) Procession leaves at 3:00pm and heads to the embassy of the United States.


Hobart, INTL

Two years too many: End the occupation - troops out now!
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00 noon
Rally, after two years of: illegal invasion, occupation, torture, lies, slaughter, puppet government, theft, sham elections.


Prague, INTL

March against war and occupation / post-demo conference
Sunday, March 20th 2005 2:00 pm (estimate)
The International Peace Movement of the Czech Republic joins United for Peace and Justice and the European Social Forum in calling for protests against war and occupation in the Middle East on March 19 and 20. We will be joined by American Voices Abroad Prague, the Iraqi Forum of the Czech Republic, the Palestinian Student Organization, the Czech Peace Committee, Socialist Solidarity/Anti-capitalist Newspaper and other partner organizations for a protest march from Wensceslas Square to the US Embassy. A post-demonstration conference, discussion and film screening will be held at the Prague City Hall.


Manhattan, KS

Protest the Iraq War -- End the Occupation
Thursday, March 17th 2005 4:30pm
The Anti-War vigil will occur during peak traffic hours at the intersection of 17th Street and Anderson Ave. We will have very visible signs and banners.


Pittsburg, KS

Troops Out Now Rally, Pittsburg, KS
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:00am
In coordination with T.O.N. Coalition New York, we are holding a parallel event in our own town representing the 4-State Area at the banddome/stage in Lincoln Park. Speakers and local musicians will fill an interactive program showing our solidarity and support for bringing the Troops home immediately.


Lexington, KY

"The Peace Wave"
Sunday, March 20th 2005 12:00 noon
The Peace Wave.
A call for world peace and enviromental responsibility.
March 20th “ International Earth Day, Spring Equinox.
This is also the day after the second anniversary of the start of the Iraq war. There are Antiwar protests planned around the world for March 19th. Please join in our nonviolent but very loud world wide call for peace.

Heres how it will work;
To celebrate this day we are asking drum circles and lone drummers in the eastern time zone to start drumming at 12:00 noon EST and play the heartbeat for peace for 15 minutes then drum freestyle with the heartbeat as the root until 1:15 pm. Drummers in the central time zone will start at 12:00 noon CTZ playing the heartbeat for 15 minutes then freestyle with the heartbeat as the root until 1:15 and so on across the country and then around the world. So its easy, where ever you are in the United States start at noon and play until 1:15pm. For drummers in New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Asia, Middle East and Europe It will be noon on March 21st.



Boston, MA

No Mandate for War!
Sunday, March 20th 2005 1:00 pm
Big anti-war demonstration on the Boston Commons and march through the streets of Boston.
Planning meetings every Sunday evening at the Mobe office - go to website for details



RSVP  • Boston says "Bring the Troops Home Now!"
Sunday, March 20th 2005 1:00pm
CIRCULATE FAR AND WIDE: March 20th, Iraq War Anniversary Protest and Rally

Anti-war groups all over the world are planning demonstrations for the second anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. United For Peace and Justice has called for local demonstrations in towns and cities all over the U.S.

In our view, March 20 demonstrations in Boston could represent a significant step forward in the direction of building a massive organized opposition to the war in Boston and across the United States..

*U.S. out of Iraq - bring the troops home now
*$80 Billion for jobs, education, housing and healthcare – not war and occupation
*Military recruiters out of our schools, end “stop loss,” no draft

Bring your friends, your family, your co-worker etc. We are going to have music, and speakers and poets. Come out into Boston Common, show your opposition to the war and meet more people in your community!



Fall River, MA

Speak out for Peace: a peacebuilding rally
Saturday, March 19th 2005 Noon
Rally with pacifist speaker and lots of music and poetry, refreshments


Speak Out for Peace
Saturday, March 19th 2005 Noon
Rally to commemorate the 2nd anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq War. The main speaker will be Scott Schaeffer-Duffy of the Stes. Francis and Theresa Catholic Worker House in Worcester MA, recently arrested by the Secret Service in Washington DC as he knelt in prayer for the victims of Darfur in front of the Sudanese Embassy. He has been a member of peacekeeping teams to Iraq, Darfur,Palestine/Israel, Central America and Bosnia, and will give a slide presentation of scenes from various war zones.


Northampton, MA

Come Together - A Community Event
Sunday, March 20th 2005 6:00pm
Candlelight Vigil


Spencer, MA

2005 Spencer Peace Symposium
Sunday, March 13th 2005 6:00 pm
Week of events promoting the "possibilities and choices for peace"; Starts Sunday with an InterFaith Service; presentations by peacemakers; movies; artworks;Peace Cranes; day-long vigil on Saturday the 19th (bombing anniversary)with a Peace-Walk.


Vineyard Haven, MA

RSVP  • Bring Home the Troops
Saturday, March 19th 2005 Noon
Rally on anniversary of Irq war


Baltimore, MD

Rally and Macrh
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00pm
END THE WAR! REBUILD OUR COMMUNITIES! BALTIMORE'S YOUTH ARE NOT DISPOSABLE!

Following the Rally... Mass March to a Symbol of Military Recruitment

Our Email address is baltimoreantiwar@yahoo.com
our phone number is 1-410-837-3055 ask for Baltimore Anti-War or
leave message in AFSCME HomeCare Voice Box.

Flyers will be available at meeting on Tuesday Night!

Baltimore will join the millions across the World demonstrating on March 19th Calling for an End to the WAR! We will make our resisitance seen locally- in Baltimore

Next Meeting is Tuesday February 15th at 7pm at the UNITE/HERE 7 West Mulberry Street Downtown Baltimore.

We are especially interested in developing a strategy that includes the communities in Baltimore most effected by this war- and making the important links to the social and economic impact of this war- on the citizens of the city.

The details and the planning of the action will be done at regular weekly meetings.



Columbia, MD

Iraq and the U.S. Addiction to War: What is the Way Out?
Sunday, March 20th 2005 3:00pm
Public Forum and Panel Discussion


Rockville, MD

Anti-War Protest
Saturday, March 19th 2005 Noon
Anti-War Protest.


see website for all , ME

Bridges for Peace
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00pm
Vigils in towns, on bridges and streets, for Bridges for Peace betwen 12 and 2 pm;
locations for new bridges will be added to those locations listed on our website.



Adrian, MI

Film Festival
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:00
Film Festival of films at Siena Heights University from 11:00 - 4:45 PM and a Candle Light Vigil at 7:00 PM in front of the Courthouse. Bring your own candles.


Ann Arbor, MI

"Stop the War" Day of Action
Sunday, March 20th 2005 1:00 pm
March, rally, conscientious objection workshop, letter-writing, create a full-page signature ad, kids corner, address by Congressman Dingell, bands, refreshments.


Arlington Midwest
Sunday, March 20th 2005 10:00am
Display of one cross for every soldier killed in the latest Iraq war. University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) Diag area on main campus.


Chelsea, MI

Making Peace Happen Conference
Saturday, March 19th 2005 9:00am
Professional peace lobbyists from the Friends Committee on National Legislation, the Quaker lobby in Washington DC will offer issue briefing and training on effective lobbying for peace activists in the Michigan 7th District.


Grand Rapids, MI

End the Occupation
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1 p.m.
A Rally and March for peace and justice people, the faith community, students and others who oppose our country's immoral actions in Iraq and around the world.


Lansing, MI

US Troops Out of Iraq: Rebuild Our Communities!
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:00am
Nonviolent activities for peace and community-building during the day. Events begin in Lansing (drumming at Lansing Community College and a program at the Michigan Capitol grounds), in East Lansing (a speaker and film at Michigan State University) and in between Lansing and East Lansing.


Midland, MI

Midland Citizens Against the War in Iraq
Saturday, March 19th 2005 Noon
Vigil/Demonstration at the Courthouse- Bring protest signs, dress for the weather!
We will stand at the Courthouse and remember all who have died in the conflict: Iraqis, Americans and Coalition soldiers.
We will walk to the corner of Jerome and Buttles (across from the new gas station and Subway) and stand on the sidewalk with our signs from 12:30-1:00pm.
We MUST stay on the sidewalk. It would be great if we could have enough attending to have people standing with signs from Santa House around the corner of City Hall on Buttles!



Port Huron, MI

Iraq War: The Truth for a Change
Saturday, March 19th 2005 2:00 pm
2 keynote speakers will represent Veterans for Peace and Military Families Speak Out. Local panelists will discuss the costs of war, alternatives to the draft, war crimes, and Christians against the war.


Minneapolis, MN

March 19 Anti-War Protest
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1:00pm
U.S. Troops... Out Now!

1:00PM Gather at Loring Park, Hennepin/Lyndale Aves & Oak Grove Street Minneapolis.
1:30PM March
2:30PM Program and speakers at St. Mark's Cathedral 510 oak Grove Street.



St. Paul, MN

A Walk for Peace
Saturday, March 19th 2005 5:45pm
Minnesota Neighbors for Peace invites you to join us for A WALK FOR PEACE in remembrance of the beginning of the war in Iraq. We will walk in silence from the corner of Snelling and Summit in St. Paul down to the river. If possible, please bring candles. Invite neighbors and friends to join in this walk to mark the beginning of the war, to honor the troops and to hope for peace.


A Walk for Peace
Saturday, March 19th 2005 5:45pm
Minnesota Neighbors for Peace invites you to join us for A WALK FOR PEACE in remembrance of the beginning of the war in Iraq. We will walk in silence from the corner of Snelling and Summit in St. Paul down to the river. If possible, please bring candles. Invite neighbors and friends to join in this walk to mark the beginning of the war, to honor the troops and to hope for peace.


Cape Girardeau, MO

Candlelight Vigil
Sunday, March 20th 2005 7:00pm
Candlelight vigil for peace and to mark the second anniversary of the war. Candles only. We will have two signs with the number of US dead and wounded and the number of Iraqi dead.


Columbia, MO

RSVP  • "Two Years Too Many" Peace Gathering & March
Sunday, March 20th 2005 1:00 pm
Rally at Courthouse Sq., march through downtown Columbia, and memorial vigil outside the military recruiters' offices. All participants are urged to bring shoes for a graphic visual display of lives lost.


Kansas City, MO

Two Years of War... How many More?
Sunday, March 20th 2005 4:00pm
March 20, Sunday 4:00 to 6:00pm
J.C. Nichols Fountain, 47 & Main Streets, KCMO

The gathering will include a memorial to Iraqi civilians and U.S. soldiers who have died in Iraq, a reading of names of the war’s victims, a vigil, speakers and music.



Springfield, MO

Honks For Peace
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:30 AM
Honks for Peace. Peace Network of the Ozarks will demonstrate on the street on Battlefield Road in front of the Marine recruitment center. This is the corner of Battlefield and Kimbrough Springfield MO Bring your own signs!


St. Louis, MO

2nd Anniversary War Memorial Event
Sunday, March 20th 2005 4:00pm
A 2nd Anniversary War Memorial Event is being held March 20th in Forest Park (potentially on Art Hill). On Sunday afternoon, March 20 the 2nd Anniversary War Memorial event will be held. All will come together to display the tombstones and honor the dead in Forest Park. The plan is to gather at Art Hill at 4pm. We are still working on the official details, permits, etc. so changes in the plan may occur. We will keep everyone posted.

From the memorial/Art Hill, buses will take people carrying the tombstones to sites along St. Louis highways where the tombstones will be displayed for rush hour on Monday morning, March 21.

If you would like to help by organizing a group to build the tombstones or by coming to the World Community Center this Saturday morning to build the kits, please contact Stephanie Dolrenry at 314-646-8663 staff@insteadofwar.org or Bill Ramsey at 314-725-5303 hras@humanrightsaction.net.



Biloxi, MS

RSVP  • Memorial for Peace
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00
Vigil with signs and a field of grave markers


Asheville, NC

PEACE RALLY
Sunday, March 20th 2005 2:00pm
Recurring Event (Monthly)
This is a Peace Rally to promote non-violent solutions to world conflict. This is in honor of the second anniversary of the start of the recent war on Iraq. There will be speakers, poets, musicians and tabling.


Charlotte, NC

Charlotte Says OUT NOW! Bring The Troops Home!
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1:00 PM
The numbers of U.S. soldiers & Iraqis' being killed & maimed is rising. Bush is about to ask Congress for another $80-100 billion to fund the war against the people of Iraq, on top of the $147 billion that has already been spent. Meanwhile, jobs
are disappearing, unions are under attack, and budgets for healthcare, housing, and education are being slashed. It is vitally important for antiwar, labor, and community
organizations to join together to stop the war against Iraq and the the war against working people.



Charlotte Bus To Fayetteville Demonstration
Saturday, March 19th 2005 7:00am
Bus will leave Charlotte March 19 at 7:00 AM & leave Fayetteville to return that same day at approximately 5:00 PM. Cost is $15 round trip. Send check or money order to Action Center For Justice, 7100 Mapleridge Dr, Charlotte, NC 28210-6507.


Wilmington, NC

RSVP  • Street Festival for Peace and Progress
Saturday, March 5th 2005 12:00pm
This event will start at Dram Tree Park in Wilmington, NC and parade down Front Street to Riverfront Park on Water Street. It will feature guest speakers, musicians, information tables for various sponsoring organizations, and voter registration.Attendees are urged to bring signs and banners.


March and Street Party
Saturday, March 5th 2005 12:00pm
On March 5th, People Educating with an Active Commitment to Equality (P.E.A.C.E) will stage a march and street party/rally against the continued occupation of Iraq and the policies of the Bush administration. March 15th marks the 2nd anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, and our rally is a local event to mark that occasion, as well as to build momentum for the March 19th National antiwar in Fayetteville, NC. The march will start at Dram Tree Park at 12 pm noon at the foot of Castle Street and will go through the streets of downtown Wilmington ending at Riverfront Park. We are currently looking for speakers, bands, musicians, and other entertainers for this event. Please e-mail Denny Best ( mailto:Nhpriorities1@aol.com ) with any ideas, suggestions, or comments. This event is supported and endorsed by Wilmington Peace Meetup.


Omaha, NE

RSVP  • Global Day of Action: Marking two years' involvement in making war in Iraq
Saturday, March 19th 2005 2:00pm
We will meet at the memorial in Memorial Park. Music Speakers and Street Demonstration after 4:00 PM


Lambertville, NJ

Lambertville Rally & March
Sunday, March 20th 2005 3:00 pm
Local peace and justice groups are uniting in Lambertville, NJ on March 20th to speak out against the occupation in Iraq and mourn the loss of life, on all sides, that has resulted from the war. The event will include speakers, the moving Iraqi memorial wall exhibit, musicians, and a march from Lambertville across the bridge to New Hope, PA, to demonstrate that we are a community united to bring our troops home.


Maplewood, NJ

Be About Peace Day
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1:00 pm
Arts and Crafts for Peace Activities for People of All Ages, followed by a Candlelight Vigil


Las Cruces, NM

Peace March and Rally/Bring Our Troops Home
Saturday, March 19th 2005 2:00 pm
A community wide, family event to observe the 2nd anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.
Non-violent/Non-partisan/Non-confrontational



Santa Fe, NM

Protest Rally & Procession
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00 noon
Join your friends and neighbors to protest the destruction of Iraq, and the deaths of thousands of American soldiers and tens of thousands of Iraqi civilians. We must raise our voices to change the course of the war and bring our troops home.


Las Vegas, NV

Wake Up the Media
Saturday, March 19th 2005 9:00am
Drumming and signs. The Review Journal has been consistently biased for the Bush agenda and against covering anti-war sentiment, which IS growing exponentially. It's not accidental, and it's not going to go unnoticed this March 19th.


Reno, NV

Peace Summit
Saturday, March 19th 2005 10:00am
An opportunity for peace inclined individuals and groups to meet, network, statergize, and brainstorm with the goal of promoting peace for the individual, the community, and the world.


Buffalo, NY

"No More Victims" Rally
Saturday, March 19th 2005 2{00pm
A demonstration to mark the two-year anniversary of the Iraq War. Come together to demand an end to the war and occupation -- Bring the Troops Home Now!


Coram, NY

Call In & Demand an Exit Date To End The Occupation of Iraq
Friday, March 18th 2005 9:00 am
Recurring Event
For The Second Anniversary of The Invasion and Occupation of Iraq CALL On March 18, 2005 Congressman Tim Bishop at 631-696-6500 or FAX Congressman Tim Bishop at 631-696-4520 or VISIT Congressman Tim Bishop's Office at 3680 Route 112 Suite C, Coram, New York 11727. LIE exit 64, go north two miles and office is on the left past the garden depot. URGE HIS SUPPORT FOR A NEGOTIIATED MILITARY EXIT DATE OUT OF IRAQ BEFORE ANY MORE FUNDING FOR THE WAR AND OCCUPATION IN IRAQ!!!


Greenport, NY

RSVP  • North Fork Vigil for Peace
Sunday, March 20th 2005 4:00pm
Speeches and candlelight vigil calling for an end to the war.


Ithaca, NY

Vigil-a-thon
Saturday, March 19th 2005 10am
All day vigil for peace on the 2nd anniversary of the US led invasion of Iraq. Our theme will be: Another World Is Possible.


New Paltz, NY

Antiwar March and Rally
Saturday, March 19th 2005 Noon
This is a regional event, drawing activists from throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley. There will be an outdoor rally followed by a march through town.


New York, NY

Community Forum on Iraq with Charles Rangel, Michael Mcphearson and Pastor Wilson
Saturday, March 12th 2005 2:00pm
Community Forum on Iraq with Charles Rangel, Michael Mcphearson (Exec. Director of Veterans for Peace and vet of the Gulf War, and Pastor Melvin Wilson


RSVP  • Iraq: Speaking of War
Saturday, March 19th 2005 8 pm
IRAQ: SPEAKING OF WAR: This ritual-theater event is presented on the eve of the second anniversary of the United States invasion of Iraq, to mourn all those who have died and been wounded in the conflict. Actors tell stories of individuals caught in the war, culled from a wide range of documentary sources, while the chorus names and laments the dead. Musical interludes provide space for reflection. This documentary-ritual reveals the human costs of the Iraq war and memorializes the loss of so many irreplaceable lives.

Even as the official death toll of Americans killed in combat continues to rise (currently over 1,350), there is no count of Iraqi civilian deaths. Estimates range from between 16,000 (Iraq Body Count) to over 100,000 (The Lancet). Many of those killed or maimed by bombs and shrapnel, at checkpoints, or in their homes, have been children. The stories of American soldiers, Iraqi civilians and combatants, journalists and aid workers, when told together, weave a tapestry of shared humanity.

New York actors George Bartenieff, Kathleen Chalfant, Eve Ensler, Najla Said, Maysoon Zayid, and others will participate. Music and drumming will be provided by: Gilberto Alvarez, Johnny Farraj, and Raqay and the Cavemen (Raquy Danziger , Liron Peled, Rami El-Aasser, Yotam Beery), Milos Raickovich, and others. Text and production by: Dalia Baisouney, Linda Hoaglund, Alicia House, Danielle Heureux, Amneh Taye, and Karen Malpede.

(An earlier version of this event was presented as Iraq: Naming the Dead, last August. See www.Iragnamingthedead.org )

Saturday, March 19, at 8 pm
Suggested donation: $10, free to students, the elderly and the unemployed
The Prozansky Auditorium
The Graduate Center-City University of New York
365 Fifth Ave. (at 34th St)



RSVP  • PEACE IS OUR CHOICE
Saturday, March 19th 2005 8:00pm
Recurring Event (Monthly)
A celebration and search for peace. A collection of poems, songs, essays and short plays all read/sung by TheDrillingCompany.

TheDrillingCompany, a Off-Off-Broadway theatre company recognized for its thematic commissions, returns with an evening of songs short plays essay and poems written by both DrillingCompany members and leading peace activists.

Notably powerful is "Logical Fallacies" by Richard Harden. A powerful anti-war statement which includes the reading of those American defense fatalities thus far in Iraq.

Event last aproximately 90 minutes. Space is limited. Donation is suggested but not required for admission. All are welcome.



On 3/20/05 Begins The Third Year At War In Iraq! Demand An Exit Date Now!!
Friday, March 18th 2005 9:00 am
Recurring Event
Contact Your Senator Charles Schumer TODAY & On 3/18/05 & Demand a Negotioated Exit Date to End the War & Occupation In Iraq!!! On 3/20/05 Begins The Third Year At War In Iraq! Demand An Exit Date Now!!


Troops Out Now
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1:00
Rally in Central Park to end occupation and bring U.S. Troops home Now.


NYC, NY

PEACE TRAINS MARCH 19. GLOBAL DAY OF PROTEST
Saturday, March 19th 2005 7:19 am
Recurring Event
COME JOIN THE MILLIONS OF PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD WHO ARE COLLECTIVELY DEMONSTRATING AGAINST THE ATROCITIES BEING IMPOSED ON IRAQI PEOPLE BY U.S MILITARY INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX IN A GLOBAL DAY OF PROTEST SAT. MARCH 19. WE WERE DENIED CENTRAL PARK DURING THE RNC NOW WE RECLAIM OUR PUBLIC SPACE!!!!! OUT OF IRAQ NOW!!!!!!!!


Rochester, NY

RSVP  • Mobilization for Our Children's Peaceful Future
Saturday, March 19th 2005 4:00pm
This rally/ march is the commencement of a new local Anti-war Campaign to:
* Bring our soldiers home now
* Oppose a new military draft
* Counter military recruitment
* Support soldiers' right to resist
* Support full benefits for veterans

Rally, with speakers, on Saturday, March 19th, 4PM at Broad and Exchange (outside the Blue Cross Arena), followed by a march to downtown military recruiting stations at State and Main



Saratoga Springs, NY

BRING THEM HOME NOW!
Sunday, March 20th 2005 12:00 noon
A Rally and Walk to Acknowledge the 2nd Anniversary of the U.S. Invasion and Occupation in Iraq
The rally will begin at 12:00 noon in front of the Saratoga Springs
Post Office on Broadway. Guest speakers will start at noon.
Walk begins at 1:00 p.m.

Regional protests are happening across the U.S. and worldwide to acknowledge the 2nd anniversary of the US invasion and occupation in Iraq.

Contact March20Project@gmail.com for information.



Southampton, NY

RSVP  • March to Bring Home Our Troops
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1 pm
March from Southampton Town Hall led by veterans with 1,500 Crosses, Stars of David and Cresent Moons to Southampton College


Staten Island, NY

End the War/Build Our Communities
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:30am
Staten Islanders will rally and display signs calling for an end to war in Iraq and to the need for community building here at home. Signs will be visible to travelers heading towards and coming off the Verrazano Bridge.


Stony Brook, NY

Stony Brook Peace Train
Saturday, March 19th 2005 7:19 AM
COME JOIN THE MILLIONS OF PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD WHO ARE COLLECTIVELY DEMONSTRATING AGAINST THE ATROCITIES BEING IMPOSED ON IRAQI PEOPLE BY THE U.S MILITARY INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX IN A GLOBAL DAY OF PROTEST, SAT. MARCH 19. WE WERE DENIED CENTRAL PARK DURING THE RNC NOW WE RECLAIM OUR PUBLIC SPACE!!!!! OUT OF IRAQ NOW!!!!!!!!


Watertown, NY

RSVP  • Jefferson County Says "No To War and Bring the Troops Home Now!"
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00pm
In conjunction with the major peace actions around the US and the World, the Jefferson County Peace Alliance will contribute their voice and say "No to War and Bring our troops home now!" Bring your signs and your voice!!


Cincinnati, OH

End the War -Rebuild our Communitites Rally & March
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1:00pm
March 19 Global Day of Action on the 2nd Anniversary of the War
1pm: Rally and March @ Fountain Square
Drumming circle, short speeches, music ,march, memorials to Iraqis and soldiers who have lost their lives,etc. . .
More details, flyer available at www.ijpc-cincinnati.org



RSVP  • Bring The War Home
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1 pm
March 19th 2005 marks the second anniversary of the war in Iraq. In opposition of this tyranny, we must stand up against those who support these terroristic affairs. We must let them know that what is going on in the middle east is wrong, and we will not take it. We are the people that make up this country, and we must not let our leaders jeopardize the peace and safety that our world has worked so hard to obtain in past years. We are making history in the process of shaping our futures. We must stand up for what is right. Join us. Together we can make a difference.


Columbus, OH

Two Years of [HELL]! End the USA occupations of Iraq and other nations!
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1:00 p.m.
The second year of USA occupation of Iraq will be recognized with a statehouse direct action in Columbus, Ohio. Music, speakers and the people will join voices calling for the end of war and the beginning of building our communities and global justice systems.


RSVP  • Rally to End the Iraq War
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00 Noon
March and Rally to End the Iraq War
12:00 Noon: Assemble at the First Congregational Church, 444. E. Broad St. (on the northwest corner of Ninth and Broad in downtown Columbus, Ohio)
12:30 PM: The march steps off toward the Statehouse
1-3 PM: Rally at the Statehouse (High & Broad Sts. -- maps, directions, & parking information at )



Oberlin, OH

Peace Vigil and Letter-writing
Saturday, March 19th 2005 Noon
From noon to 12:3O,we will be vigiling on the southeast corner of tappan square in Oberlin (the corner of main and college streets.) After the vigil, we will move to the public library on S. Main St. Folks can drop by the library from 12:45 til 3pm to write letters, take a moment of silence, or listen to music.


Sandusky, OH

Memorial to All the Fallen on the Beginning of the Third Year of the Iraq War
Sunday, March 20th 2005 2:00pm
We will be reading the names of those who have lost their lives in the Iraq War.


Tiffin, OH

White Ribbon for Peace Rally
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00 noon
Help us encircle the Courthouse block with a 1/3 mile long giant WHITE RIBBON FOR PEACE. White is the color of the peace dove. Give Peace a Chance. Bring the Troops Home.


Youngstown, OH

Bring the Troops Home Now!
Saturday, March 19th 2005 Noon
End the War, Bring the Troops Home Now Rally. Speakers include Kevin Benderman, a conscientious objector currently facing a court martial. Music by Susan Hagan.


Oklahoma City, OK

RSVP  • Okla.City Mar.19 PEACE RALLY
Saturday, March 19th 2005 3:00pm
3 pm - Gather Social Solidarity Music
Drumming Families Frisbees Life
4 pm - PEACE RALLY - veterans, students,
songs, Demand War End



Tulsa, OK

RSVP  • March for Peace In March
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:45pm
Commemorating the 2nd anniversary of the Iraq War with a solemn walk down the sidewalks of Peoria Avenue from 45th Street to 35th and back. 12:45 pm.


RSVP  • Weapons of Mass Deception
Sunday, March 20th 2005 2:00pm
On this weekend commemorating the launch of the attack on Iraqi citizens, join us for the international premier weekend of the film "WMD: Weapons of Mass Deception"


Corvallis, OR

RSVP  • Corvallis White Ribbon Peace March
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:30am
Corvallis White Ribbon Peace March - Honoring Those Who Have Died in Iraq - Saturday, March 19, 2005
Gather at 11:30am at Riverfront Park, on 1st St from Van Buren to Monroe St. - March begins at Noon, and ends at Courthouse with a community sing.
A Day for Mourning.. for Peace.. for Coming Together.. Commemorating the 2nd anniversary of the Invasion of Iraq by the U.S.
* NAMES of U.S. and Iraqi dead on white paper ribbons, attached to white streamers that groups and individuals can carry, will be available before the march begins.
* Small white ribbons of peace that individuals can wear will be distributed.
* Please think of a positive peace message to write on a white banner at the courthouse.



Cottage Grove, OR

RSVP  • Memorial Peace Procession
Saturday, March 19th 2005 noon
Peace Procession carrying names of fallen in Iraq War and Iraqi victims. Calling for End to Iraq War; Support Our Troops by Bringing Them Home; Reparations to Iraq.
Peaceful procession with other related events from March 18 through 19th. Cottage Grove, Oregon has the National Guard Armory that most Oregon National Guard in Iraq are stationed out of. State-wide event.



Peace Procession
Saturday, March 19th 2005 Noon
This is intended to be a solemn, respectful tribute to all who have suffered and died in war. The names of the American fallen and as many of the Iraqi children as we can manage will be written on cloth flags (like Tibetan prayer flags) and carried in a continous strand through the Procession route (about a mile). We will lay wreaths at the Veteran's Memorial and at the local armory, which has a shrine for the fallen, and Taps will be played. This will actually be a two day event, with several other peace activities scheduled. There will be a non-violence training just before the Procession. Physicians for Social Responsibility will have speakers on Friday night, March 18, and on Saturday the 19 at 3:00 there will be a counter-recruitment panel. There will also be entertainment and other events.


Manzanita, OR

RSVP  • Silent candlelight vigil on the beach
Saturday, March 19th 2005 sunset
We will gather on the beach at the end of Laneda St. in Manzanita at sunset and hold a candlight circle vigil.


Medford, OR

Anti-war demonstration
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12 noon
We are coming together as a community and stand for PEACE against this war!!

We will be meeting at 12 noon in Veterans Park, Medford, on the corner of Highway 99 and Stewart St.

There will be no speakers or street theater, just people with their signs in support of PEACE and against theWAR !

Please pass this information along to all who may want to join us and thank you all for all you do. If you need to reach me you can call 846-0380 or email bean@eyelandgallery.com



Portland, OR

Saying No to War and Occupation - Teach-in and Peace March, Two Years Later.
Saturday, March 19th 2005 10:00am
Portland area peace and social justice groups will present a "teach-in" and a march to mark two years since the U.S. invasion of Iraq on Saturday, March 19, 2005. The teach-in will begin at 10 AM at PSU Campus Ministry/Koinonia House, 633 SW Montgomery. The march will begin at 2 PM at a gathering point nearby.

These events are part of an international mobilization, a global day of protest against the wars and occupations. The teach-in and march are being cosponsored by the Peace and Justice Works Iraq Affinity Group, Portland Peaceful Response Coalition, and a number of other organizations.



Portland, , OR

Arlington NW
Sunday, March 20th 2005 2:00 pm
An interfaith memorial service for the Iraq war dead followed by a solemn procession carrying grave markers to set up a temporary "Arlington Cemetery" in the park blocks of Portland, Oregon. With Veterans for Peace, Military Families Speak Out, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, Christ the Healer UCC, Metanoia Peace Community UMC, St Luke's ELCA, Portland Catholic Workers.


Beaver, PA

"Two Years Too Many: End the War NOW!"
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00 Noon
Recurring Event (Weekly)
Beaver County Peace Links will hold a Rally and Vigil for Peace on Saturday March 19, 2005 at 12 Noon, marking the 2-year duration of this unjust and unnecessary war! Come hear speakers, music, bring signs and banners. All are welcome! This is a continuation of our weekly Saturday Peace Vigils; we meet every Saturday from 1-2 PM, same location. Please join us!


Bethlehem, PA

War is a Wonderful Thing: An Evening of Dissent with Real West
Saturday, March 19th 2005 8:00 pm
Music performance (antifolk and beatnik jazz) to mark the second anniversary of Iraq invasion and mourn the lives lost.

We invite regional organizations to participate (literature distribution, presentation or performance, etc); please contact us at realwestband(at)yahoo.com.



Harrisburg, PA

Shocking and Awful
Friday, March 18th 2005 4:00 PM
Bring the Troops Home Now!
End the war on Errorism!
Money for Jobs, Healthcare, Housing & Education -Not War!
Protect Civil Rights!
Stop the Patriot ACT, the Death Penalty and Gay Amendments!
Fight for Gay Rights, Womens Rights, Animal Rights, Youth Rights & Humanity!



Lancaster, PA

Candlelight Peace Vigil
Saturday, March 19th 2005 7:30pm
This will be an evening event for anyone who wants to stand for peace, especially people who cannot make the afternoon events.


Silent Vigil/Procession
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1:00pm
On the two-year anniversary of the Iraq War, we will hold a solemn procession to mourn the unnecessary loss of life. Wear black.


Stand for Peace on the 2-Year Anniversary of the Iraq War
Saturday, March 19th 2005
Vigil & Procession: 1PM, gather at Penn Square (Queen & King) - Wear Black.

Town Meeting: 2:15-4PM at the UUCL, 538 W. Chestnut St.

Candlelight Vigil: 7:30-8:30PM at the courthouse steps, E. King St.



Philadelphia, PA

RSVP  • Anit-War Memorial Walk & Call for Nonviolent Resistance
Sunday, March 20th 2005 2:00pm
THE WORLD STILL SAYS NO! TO THIS WAR
The Anti-War Memorial Walk will conclude with a rally and reading of the National Call for Nonviolent Resistance (being launched March 19 - 20 nationally by the Iraq Pledge of Resistance and a network of peace, justice, and religious groups. During the Anti-War Memorial Walk there will be a ceremonial stop at the Phila. Federal Jail (7th & Arch Sts.) where over the past two years people have been jailed for their participation in the March 20, 2003 civil disobedience/mass blockade of the Phila. Federal Building in which 107 people were arrested the day after the start of the U.S. bombardment and invasaion of Iraq.



Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh Says, "End the War. Rebuild our Communities."
Saturday, March 19th 2005 2:30pm
Mass March and Rally on the 2nd Anniversary of the Iraq War. The event will kick off with a rally and concert at Forbes and Murray in Squirrel Hill at 2:30pm, followed by a march to Oakland for a concluding rally at William Pitt Union that will start around 4pm. Other events are expected to take place throughout the weekend; details will be posted to www.pittsburghendthewar.org as they become available.


West Chester, PA

Silent Meditation on Consequences of War
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:00 am
Silent Meditation on Consequences of War
Non-partisan, wear black, no partisan or "honk for peace" signs. People can come and go as they wish - BUT REMAIN SILENT.



Williamsport, PA

RSVP  • March for Peace
Sunday, March 20th 2005 12 noon
This event will involve a march from Lycoming College to the Williamsport Federal Building. There will be a rally at the fed. building, with speakers.


York, PA

2nd Annual Walk Against War
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:30 pm
Gather in the parking lot of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York, 925 S. George St., solemn procession up George Street nine blocks to the square carrying boards listing names of those killed in Iraq, gathering in the square for readings from classical peace literature and original writings.


Hato Rey, PR

Mobilize Against War!
Thursday, January 20th 2005 4:30 p.m.
Recurring Event (Monthly)
Once more, political organizations in Puerto Rico that are against war, intervention, militarism and imperialism will be holding a protest to make the anti-war demonstrations in the US and abroad wider and stronger. It will be the beginning of a "jornada" (journey) against war that will end on March 20 with another demonstration.


Providence, RI

Protest the Occupation of Iraq
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00pm
The Community Coalition for Peace (CCP) in Providence is planning a march and peace rally in Providence on March 19th, the second anniversary of the war in Iraq. Event participants will meet at Memorial Square on South Main Street (site of the "No time to be silent" weekly vigil) between 12 and 1 on March 19th, march to Beneficent Church, and then have a two-hour peace rally at the Church from 2 to 4 PM with speakers and entertainment.


Charleston, SC

End the Occupation- Bring the Troops Home
Saturday, March 19th 2005 2:00pm
Marking the 2nd anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, we will gather in Marion Square to hear music, speakers, and be apart of art projects and activities.


A Day for Peace in an Age of War
Sunday, March 20th 2005 2:00pm
Largest peace rally in the history of Charleston, SC


Chattanooga, TN

End the War Now/Stand Up, Chattanooga
Saturday, March 19th 2005 4:00P
March and rally to end the war in Iraq.


Knoxville, TN

Vigil for Peace and Justice
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:00 am
Vigil for Peace and Justice, marking the 2nd anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq.


Memphis, TN

Stop the Killing- US Out Now
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00pm
We will gather at First Congo, 1000 S. Cooper, and March through midtown to Overton Park where there will be a short rally featuring the music of the Tunnel Clones and Brotha's Keeper, speakers, the Wheels of Justice Tour, food, fun and more....

Please join us as the City of Memphis stands up to Stop the Killing.



Nashville, TN

Think Peace: Bring the Troops Home Now
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00 pm
Rally and call to bring the troops home on the second anniversary of the war on Iraq.

Speakers, musicians welcome!
March for peace through Centennial Park



Austin, TX

WAR NOT WORTH THE COST NOT WORTH THE LOSS
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:30 pm
A Memorial procession through the entertainment districts will start at 1:30 the Federal building 9th and San Jacinto down 6th St to the City Hall where there will be a concert for peace at 2pm


Brownsville, TX

Students for Peace & Change: Candlelight Vigil
Saturday, March 19th 2005 9:30 p.m.
Students for Peace & Change will be holding a candlelight vigil to honor all victims of the Iraqi conflict, and those suffering from oppression and violence around the world. We will meet on the public sidewalk in front of the Jacob Brown Auditorium at the UTB/TSC campus, along International Blvd at 9pm. Candles provided.


Denton, TX

RSVP  • Iraq Invasion Anniversary Demonstration
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:00am
Demonstration & march to start at 11 AM at the old Courthouse Square, 110 West Hickory Street, Denton, TX, 76201.
Public speakers at the old Courthouse Square Lawn, followed by street march.



March 19: March for Peace
Saturday, March 19th 2005 11:00am
We gather at the Courthouse on the Square in Denton at 11 AM on Saturday, March 19th, 2005.

There will be drums and other music to accompany us as we remember the tens of thousands of people who lost their lives as a result of this war.

We will talk with each other, and hopefully with those who don't agree with us. We will have leaflets to hand out that outline the cost of the war and the lack of legitimate reasons for being in war.

There will be a table where people can share information about their organizations' projects and activities.

After noon, we will march along a route that is to be determined still. Some of us will join the march on their bikes.

We might end the march at a park where we might have a dancer perform a universal peace dance. This and other details of the program are being worked out with artists, carpenters, and organizers as you read this.



Fort Worth, TX

RSVP  • 2 years 2 long
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00pm
A picnic will be followed by a march, which will be followed by a rally featuring speakers and music. We will demand an end to wars of aggression, that our troops be brought home and that our communities be rebuilt.


Houston, TX

RSVP  • March and Rally Against the War in Iraq
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:30 pm
In Houston, a march and rally against the war and occupation will be held on Saturday, March 19.


Sing Peace
Saturday, March 19th 2005 6:30 pm
On the 2nd anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, starting at sundown, honor the US and Iraqi victims with song, reflection, silence, and candlelight.


Salt Lake City, UT

THE WORLDS SAYS END THE WAR!
Friday, March 18th 2005 5:00pm
March 18: Jubilee Center Auditorium

5-7pm: SIGN MAKING PARTY
7pm: FREE Film Showing THE OIL FACTOR: BEHIND THE WAR ON TERROR

Saturday, March 19 - Rallies - Federal Builing and City County Building



Norfolk, VA

Norfolk -Virginia Beach Bus to Bragg
Saturday, March 19th 2005 6 AM
R/T motorcoach Norfolk / Fayetteville, NC!


Richmond, VA

Richmond Bus to Fort Bragg Rally & March
Saturday, March 19th 2005 6:30am
Travel by motorcoach to Fayetteville, NC (home of Ft. Bragg & the 82nd Airborne) to join in march and rally to protest continued U.S. occupation on the 2nd anniversary of the start of the Iraq War.


Williston, VT

No to draft...economic or otherwise
Saturday, March 19th 2005 TBA
Picketing and tabling of info at area military recruitment center. Anti war singing group, The Raging Grannies, a local group of grandmothers will perform.


Port Angeles, WA

Rally for Peace and Justice
Saturday, March 19th 2005 Noon
Gathering to express opposition to Bush Administration's wars, war crimes and misuse of U.S. military


Seattle, WA

War Kills the Innocent - Peace Rally
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12:00pm
The Church Council of Greater Seattle is sponsoring a Peace Rally at Seattle Center.


War Costs! - Who Pays?
Saturday, March 19th 2005 noon
Rally and march.


Wenatchee, WA

Stop the Iraq War, Bring the Troops Home
Friday, March 18th 2005 6:00 pm
Candlelight vigil at the fountain in Memorial Park


Stop the War in Iraq
Saturday, March 19th 2005 1:00 PM
March and vigil


Fish Creek, WI

Compass Poetry Circle
Sunday, March 13th 2005 1:30pm
Local poets gather to speak out on issues of war and peace in commemoration of the 2nd Anniversary of the Invasion of Iraq.


Free showing "Control Room"
Saturday, March 19th 2005 6:30pm
One in a series of weekly Saturday evening free film screenings and follow-up discussions at The Compass Coffeehouse, an all Fair Trade and Organic community center and Internet Cafe in northeastern Wisconsin.


Hayward, WI

Peace North Vigil
Saturday, March 19th 2005 4:00pm
Recurring Event (Monthly)
In downtown Hayward, WI at the intersection of Highways 27 and 63. Bring your own signs or use ours. Convenient free parking in lot behind vigil site.


Milwaukee, WI

Milwaukee Rally and March to End the US Occupation of Iraq
Saturday, March 19th 2005 12 noon
Global day of mass protests on the 2nd anniversary of the Iraq war.


Sheboygan, WI

Peace and Justice
Wednesday, March 16th 2005 7:00pm
Sheboygan Area PeaceSeekers and Veterans For Peace Sheboygan, are planning a Peace and Justice event.

Folk singer/songwriter Laramie Crocker, from Berkley California, will be the main attraction at the event. Other local talent will also perform and there will be a local Iraq Vet speaking about his experience.

Sheboygan Area PeaceSeekers and Veterans For Peace Sheboygan, are also seeking local college and high school students to write poetry, essays or plays/skits to be performed that evening.

Those whose submissions are chosen will be asked to perform or read the evening of March 16.

For further information on Laramie Crocker, visit his website at http://laramiecrocker.com/cargo.html



Superior, WI

Bring the Troops Home Now! protest
Sunday, March 20th 2005 1pm
The Northland Anti-War Coalition will be holding an anti-war march and rally in Superior, WI. Assemble at 1pm at Hammond Park (Hammond Ave. & 19th St.) for a march to downtown Superior, where we'll hold a rally with speakers.


Martinsburg, WV

RSVP  • "What are the Costs of War?" sign unveiling, speakers, vigil
Saturday, March 19th 2005 4:00pm
- Purpose: to build the anti-war movement in the Eastern Panhandle of WV by reaching out to people who may just be starting to oppose the war and to inspire those already opposed to actively speak out.
- Event will inlcude unveiling an LED sign displaying Costs of War statistics - Iraqi civilians killed, US soldiers killed, financial costs of the war. (More info on sign: ). There will be speakers, letter writing, tabling, concluding with a candlelight vigil.
- The sign will be placed in highly visible storefronts in the Eastern Panhandle. It wil also be 'mobilized' on the back of a pick-up truck enabling it to accompany activists visiting store parking lots, etc.



Wheeling, WV

Mourning the Dead: Second Anniversary of the Invasion of Iraq
Sunday, March 20th 2005 evening
Candlelight march followed by singing in honor of those who have died, both Iraqis and U.S. citizens.


Laramie, WY

Second Anniversary March
Saturday, March 19th 2005 3:30pm
Stand Up for Peace will march from the Train Depot (1st and Canby) to Washington Park where we will have a rally with speakers, song, and open mike, culminating in a lighting of candles.


Anniversary Vigil
Sunday, March 20th 2005 6:00pm
Join our anniversary vigil in front of the Courthouse.

2 posted on 03/03/2005 3:30:02 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: 1 Olgoat; 103198; 10Ring; 11Bush; 1stbn27; 2SterlingConservatives; 2yearlurker; 3D-JOY; ...

DC Chapter mega-ping!

ANSWER decided not to show in DC this time. If you can make it to Fayetteville, please FReep'em there.


3 posted on 03/03/2005 3:34:31 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: clyde asbury; TaxRelief; Huber

ANSWER has decided to avoid DC Chapter by cancelling their DC plans and going to see you. Some DC Chapter FReepers will join you to FReep them in hopes that ANSWER will go further from DC by swimming to Cuba.

ANSWER, like DC's local anti-war group, DAWN, as well as Code Pink and United for Peace and Justice, are all emphasizing Fayetteville. It's the big show again.

Please let me know if you start a thread about the counter-protest so that I may link it here.

Above, I've linked the earlier thread based on the Fayetteville Observer article. (I notice that article failed to mention our counter-protest. You might want to consider contacting that report with a press release and any news reports about our counter-protest last year.)


4 posted on 03/03/2005 3:47:15 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: BillF

Wow. I might go to Baltimore, or even Rockville.


5 posted on 03/03/2005 4:43:24 PM PST by YourAdHere (My Brady Bunch book is now available!)
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To: abner; Jon Alvarez; BostonianRightist; Coleus; Common Tator

ANSWER has cancelled DC plans and will concentrate on Fayetteville, probably keeping many of their people in NYC.

Note also that Rep. Maurice Hinchey will be the featured speaker in New Paltz, New York. Hinchey is the Congressman saying that Karl Rove framed Dan Rather with the forged documents and who was recently demonished by Sean Hannity on his radio show.


6 posted on 03/03/2005 4:44:09 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: BillF

Love your comments about avoiding DC this time!

I had thought about a trip to DC starting on the 18th...stopping in Charlotte. Maybe I can work it all out!

Thanks for the information about all the areas...I could go to Orlando if not traveling north.


7 posted on 03/03/2005 4:49:40 PM PST by 3D-JOY
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To: YourAdHere

Some DC Chapter members joined FReepers from NC and numerous states in Fayetteville for a great FReep last year on the first anniversary of the beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom. DC people went down there on a Friday and stayed overnight.

Some DC Chapter members may go down to Fayetteville again this year. You're invited, but, if you'd prefer closer to home, there are FReeping targets of opportunity all across this great nation.


8 posted on 03/03/2005 4:50:22 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: ElectricStrawberry; firebrand; God luvs America; jmstein7; kphockey2; victim of circumstance

Second anniversary of Operation Iraqi Freedom presenting FReep opportunities across the country.

Leftists coming to a neighborhood near you.


9 posted on 03/03/2005 4:53:05 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: Constitution Day; FreedomPoster; GottaLuvAkitas1

Fayetteville is the big FReep for the second anniversary of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Local FReeping opportunities in many areas.


10 posted on 03/03/2005 4:55:10 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: Prov3456; RedWing9; Trteamer

FReep'em if you got'em!

Leftists coming to a city near you.


11 posted on 03/03/2005 4:56:25 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: 3D-JOY

Try to stop in Fayetteville on the Friday night and FReep on the Saturday.


12 posted on 03/03/2005 4:58:02 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub; ALOHA RONNIE; bgcountry187; Bob J; rogue yam; RonDog; Libertina

FReeping targets of opportunity all over the place in a few weeks.


13 posted on 03/03/2005 5:01:29 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: BillF
People here that will protest are mainly Mennonites. Passive stuff. Have protested them before. Too easy. Lots of leftovers from the 60's. There not worth my time. But thanks for the heads up.
14 posted on 03/03/2005 5:03:22 PM PST by AGreatPer
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To: BillF

The most recent article included coverage of our counter protest.


15 posted on 03/03/2005 5:18:51 PM PST by TaxRelief (Support the Troops Rally, Fayetteville, NC -- March 19, 2005)
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To: BillF

thanks...I will be with Protest Warrior and a few Freepers in either NYC or New Paltz that day ready to take on the pieces of garbage!


16 posted on 03/03/2005 5:51:20 PM PST by God luvs America (When the silent majority speaks the earth trembles!)
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To: BillF

Thanks for the heads-up, but I'll be out of town that day. Otherwise, I might try to work up a FReep.

I did just order "Fry Mumia" and "Reagan Che" (black Reagan bust on a red background) t-shirts, that would have been perfect for the occassion. ;-)


17 posted on 03/03/2005 5:54:43 PM PST by FreedomPoster (This space intentionally blank)
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To: God luvs America

"NEW YORK
New York City
International Action Center
EVENT: 12 noon in Central Park at the East Meadow "

This is the group headed by senile Ramses Clarke.


18 posted on 03/03/2005 5:55:01 PM PST by God luvs America (When the silent majority speaks the earth trembles!)
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To: TaxRelief

Any link to the article?

Have you or another NC FReeper started a thread with more details of the counter-protest or are the details yet to be worked out?

Hope to be able to FReep with you and the others like last year.


19 posted on 03/03/2005 6:40:02 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: FreedomPoster

Would you kindly ping other FReepers in the Atlanta area who could FReep'em in Atlanta or FReep'em on the road in Fayetteville?

Anyone else that might be persuaded to organize something in Atlanta or, failing that, travel to Fayetteville?


20 posted on 03/03/2005 6:45:12 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: AGreatPer

Please consider taking a road trip to Fayetteville, NC.

It was great last year.


21 posted on 03/03/2005 6:53:55 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: BillF; alpheus; helmut113; GottaLuvAkitas1; GeorgeW23225; Mudboy Slim; pachanga; hockeyfreak; ...
ROAD TRIP PING!!!!!

I'm leaning toward Fayatteville, NC.

The Augusta Co. Courthouse in Staunton is a lot closer but they will only be protesting for an hour and there will probably be a max. of 10 old hippies.

So it looks like Fayetteville for me.

To self: make some of those giant foam hands with purple fingers...find the spit shields and nose plugs from last ANSWER FReep...make "OSAMA IS YO MAMA" sign...a puppet would be nice - Kennedy on a stick...no, too heavy to hold up...batteries for the megaphone...
22 posted on 03/03/2005 7:17:19 PM PST by Flora McDonald (Stand the Storm!)
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To: Flora McDonald; TaxRelief; clyde asbury
Flora McDonald said: make "OSAMA IS YO MAMA" sign...

LOL.

Flora, you had to leave early so you're not aware of the sign controversy. Fayetteville Police told us that we could not have signs (even foamboard) larger than a certain size. Don't remember what the size was, but it was pretty small. I think that even some of your signs were too large and had to stay in tax relief's SUV.

Flora, before you make that new sign, maybe clyde asbury or tax relief will be so kind as to clarify the sign requirements? They may be waiting for further info.

I don't have any idea about rules for puppets down there.

23 posted on 03/03/2005 7:32:14 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: BillF; upchuck; SC Swamp Fox; clyde asbury; TaxRelief; Tax-chick; Huber
In anticipation of cANSWER chickening out on the humiliation of being outnumbered by DC Freepers on March 19th, I took that weekend off work - now I need to find out if there is an official Freeper hotel, or if I should book with the one we stayed at last year.

Please Freepmail* details, if there are any.

*Freepmail info, because we don't want the lefties to do what lefties often do - destroy property, vandalize (our) vehicles, threaten the property management, etc.

24 posted on 03/03/2005 7:36:48 PM PST by tgslTakoma
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To: BillF
We followed the Fayetteville PD sign size rules last year (smaller than 2sq ft, IIRC).

The lefties, however, did not, and were not challenged (by Fayetteville, NC PD) on their disregard for the rules.

Hopefully this year, the Fayetteville PD will liberalize the sign size rules.

;-)

25 posted on 03/03/2005 7:41:46 PM PST by tgslTakoma
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To: BillF; 1rudeboy; A.J.Armitage; aruanan; Barnacle; BillyBoy; Bulldog; celeste_aida; cfrels; ...

Ping!!!!


26 posted on 03/03/2005 8:26:59 PM PST by RedWing9 (No tag here... Just want to stay vague...)
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To: BillF

Thanks for the ping, Bill. You can bet your boots that whatever leftie scum show up that day in Frisco will be FReeped senseless (ok, they're already senseless, but you know what I mean) by our intrepid Freeper/Protest Warrior Combined Task Force.

We don't back down!


27 posted on 03/03/2005 8:40:24 PM PST by rogue yam
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To: MichiganCheese; Dan from Michigan; Hillary's Lovely Legs

On a thread in January, MichiganCheese had asked about ANSWER activities in Michigan for the second anniversary protests.

I've also taken the liberty of pinging a couple other Michigan FReepers in hopes that one or more of you can find a FReeper to organize a counter-protest of at least one of the Michigan anti-war protests.

The leftists will have at least 7 Michigan locations (see #2 reply as well as the first post). There may be some overlap in the lists of events of ANSWER (first post) and UFPJ (#2 reply). Generally, ANSWER has had the bigger events, but that really varies from location to location.


28 posted on 03/03/2005 9:17:45 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: day10; Thunder90; Marano NYC; kinsman redeemer; Stultis; Outraged; Welsh Rabbit; RedQuill; ...

Pinging some who posted on the ANSWER thread in January in case anyone wants to help organize a local event to counter the leftists or attend an already-organized event countering the left.

Additionally, or alternately, write letters to the editors of your local papers, starting about a week before the protest, pointing out that for over a year ANSWER's website included the statement that "the anti-war movement here and around the world must give its unconditional support to the Iraqi anti-colonial resistance." ANSWER's leaders are not anti-war. They just support the side fighting America. They support the people blowing up our troops in Iraq, intentionally killing innocent Iraqi civilians, and beheading American civilians.


29 posted on 03/03/2005 9:56:31 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: All

Sounds like fun.


30 posted on 03/03/2005 10:00:13 PM PST by Kuksool (Principles Mean Nothing Without Political Power)
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To: God luvs America
Clever Pun .
Ramses Clarks crew is not so bad. Watch out for Critical Mass as those guys can be dangerous.
The leftist have a new tactic they send a woman to hit a male counter protester . This forces the male to back off.
31 posted on 03/03/2005 10:15:45 PM PST by Marano NYC
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To: BillF

Bill, you da man! A most useful and informative post.


32 posted on 03/03/2005 10:38:12 PM PST by LisaFab
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To: Mr. Silverback

A lot of leftists in a lot of states need a whole lot of FReeping.

Do you have lists for every state?

PS. The fighter plane photos in the pings are great! Thanks for all you do.


33 posted on 03/03/2005 10:48:49 PM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: BillF
And for all everyone who plans on Freeping their local leftists, here's a helpful reference document... The PAJAMAHADEEN COOKBOOK: Chapter One - Making a MOAB in your own backyard!

Anyone else have another chapter ready for The PAJAMAHADEEN COOKBOOK yet? I was kind of hoping someone would write: Big, Ugly Puppetmaking made easy.

34 posted on 03/04/2005 4:00:43 AM PST by tgslTakoma
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To: BillF

I guess it is time to dust off the posters and get busy.


35 posted on 03/04/2005 5:16:28 AM PST by bmwcyle (Washington DC RINO Hunting Guide)
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To: Flora McDonald
Fayetteville or Wilmington...which is closer to Nags Head, where I'm gonna be that weekend?

I'd like to join in a good counter-protest somewheres...MUD

36 posted on 03/04/2005 5:18:33 AM PST by Mudboy Slim (RE-IMPEACH Osama bil Clinton!!)
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To: Marano NYC

thanks for the heads up....if any chick comes towards me I'll whack her in the head! :)


37 posted on 03/04/2005 6:12:55 AM PST by God luvs America (When the silent majority speaks the earth trembles!)
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To: BillF

Events in Syracuse, NY

We need your support for a pro-USA rally to shadow the speaking engagements of this "soldier" who is speaking out against our country...Join us, bring a flag or a sign.

From the Syracuse Hate Council:
www.peacecouncil.net
War in Iraq: A Marine's Eye View
Thursday, March 10
7:00 pm, South Presbyterian Church, corner of S. Salina St. and E. Colvin St.
Noon to 1pm OCC-(Fireside Lounge in Gordon Student Center)
4 pm at SU (Kittredge Auditorium, HBC Hall)
Hear first hand from Jimmy Massey, a Marine who served in Iraq and came to believe that the war is wrong.

Friday, March 18th, Noon at the Federal Building
Demonstration agains tthe war planned

Let's stand up to em in Syracuse!


38 posted on 03/04/2005 6:19:11 AM PST by Jon Alvarez
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To: God luvs America

Wrong approach. Have a confederate with a video camera nearby. This confederate must be undercover and look like the enemy. No sports logos and dirty clothing ripped in a few strategic places if a guy two days unshaven.
Get it on film and under no circumstances strike back. Leftist live to get jailed conservatives do not. If your group is creative and you follow instructions you can even sue Code Pink or whatever organization the offender is a part of. Maybe Mark Levin could even be enlisted as council and you can get extra publicity for protest warriors.


39 posted on 03/04/2005 7:17:46 AM PST by Marano NYC
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To: Mudboy Slim

Hmmm...I don't think you'll be all that close to either one.
My daughter was born in Wilmington and we used to canoe in the salt marsh next to the apartment. One day the shrimp were jumping in the canoe!

And then there was Uncle Henry's oyster roast on Masonboro Loop Rd.... a boy would stand at the end of each newspaper covered table and shuck the oysters. Wonder if the place is still there?

In the fall and winter most of the parties our friends had were oyster roasts. They would dig a shallow pit in the sand, put a grate over it and roast the oysters covered with wet burlap bags. I usually brought home made cornbread.

Gotta go...I'm getting hungry.


40 posted on 03/04/2005 7:57:53 AM PST by Flora McDonald (Stand the Storm!)
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To: Marano NYC

believe...I was only kidding- I spent most of the first week of September in Manhattan battling this scum with Protest Warrior and a few fellow freepers during the RNC.


41 posted on 03/04/2005 8:07:41 AM PST by God luvs America (When the silent majority speaks the earth trembles!)
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To: Flora McDonald
"Gotta go...I'm getting hungry."

I guess so...thanks to you, anybody who's FReepin' this thread has a watery mouth about now...MUD

42 posted on 03/04/2005 9:02:01 AM PST by Mudboy Slim (RE-IMPEACH Osama bil Clinton!!)
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To: God luvs America

I was there in Union Square Park and saw some of your more zealous cohorts. We talk facts and they talk faith and feelings.
Be careful and watch out for that new tactic.
I put out a burning flag and almost had to fight about twenty anarchists. I am too old for that but I salute your efforts.


43 posted on 03/04/2005 9:17:33 AM PST by Marano NYC
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To: BillF
I do have lists for every state, though some of the Deep Red ones have never been used! I'll come back later today and ping this out.

And I appreciate the compliment about the ping art. I just love Air Force hardware doing it's thing.

44 posted on 03/04/2005 9:18:45 AM PST by Mr. Silverback ('Cow Tipping', a game the whole family can play!)
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To: BillF
thanks..

any freepers organizing any events to counter protest these idiots.
45 posted on 03/04/2005 10:40:21 AM PST by Coleus (Roe v. Wade and Endangered Species Act both passed in 1973, Murder Babies/save trees, birds, algae)
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Alabama Freepers, scramble for intercept!


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46 posted on 03/04/2005 11:08:10 AM PST by Mr. Silverback ('Cow Tipping', a game the whole family can play!)
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Alaska Freepers, scramble for intercept!


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47 posted on 03/04/2005 11:19:26 AM PST by Mr. Silverback ('Cow Tipping', a game the whole family can play!)
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Arizona Freepers, scramble for intercept!


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this ping list, say so here or by freepmail. Please direct questions to Mr. Silverback or ChadFairbanks.


48 posted on 03/04/2005 11:23:51 AM PST by Mr. Silverback ('Cow Tipping', a game the whole family can play!)
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California Freepers, scramble for intercept!


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49 posted on 03/04/2005 11:27:26 AM PST by Mr. Silverback ('Cow Tipping', a game the whole family can play!)
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To: Mr. Silverback

Thanks for the )))ping((( !

Can't say yes or no at this juncture!
I'll have to let you know!
Thanks again!

Keep me posted!


50 posted on 03/04/2005 11:32:23 AM PST by LadyPilgrim ())
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