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  • Greens in NY this Saturday: “Soldiers & Civilians Speak Out”

    Posted by Green Party Peace Network on September 26, 2007

    “Soldiers & Civilians Speak Out”
    Anti-War March and Rally
    SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2007

    11 am Greens gather for feeder march (place TBA)
    1 pm Rally – Everson Museum Plaza, 401 Harrison Street, Syracuse
    2pm March to Syracuse University (through public housing and by the VA
    hospital)
    4pm Closing Rally at Syracuse University (Green Party Speaker at 4:45-4:40
    pm)
    5-7 pm Antiwar Networking (Green Party caucus, then report to general
    meeting)
    7:30pm Antiwar Panel at Hendricks Chapel, Syracuse University (Scott
    Ritter, Dahlia Wasfi, Jimmy Massey)

    THE MARCH AND RALLY DEMANDS ARE:
    —Immediate, complete, unconditional US withdrawal from Iraq (including
    private contractors)
    —Full health benefits for returning veterans
    —Reparations to the Iraqi people
    —Money for jobs, education and health-care, not occupation and warfare

    ENDORSING GROUPS

    Military Families Speak Out-Upstate NY, International Socialist
    Organization, Interfaith Peace Network of Western NY, WNY Peace Center,
    Rochester Against War, Catholic Worker, Campus Antiwar Network, Peace Action

    and Education Task Force of Metro Justice, The Storefront Antiwar Crisis
    Center on Monroe, Rochester Declaration of Peace, Syracuse Citizen Action,
    Utica Citizen Action, Schenectady Neighbors for Peace, Guilderland Neighbors

    for Peace, The Solidarity Committee of the Capital District, NYS Green
    Party, Women Against War, Grannies for Peace, Muslim Solidarity Committee,
    Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace, Upper Hudson Peace Action, Troy Area Labor
    Council, Citizens Environmental Coalition, 8th Step Coffee House, Saratoga
    Peace Alliance, Tom Paine Chapter of Veterans for Peace, Pax Christi of WNY,

    Vets for Peace, The Social Justice Center of Albany, The Cortland Community
    for Peace, Southern Rensselaer Neighbors for Peace, Peacemakers of Schoharie

    County, Troy Neighbors for Peace, Northeast Peace and Justice Action
    Coalition, UU Peace Advocates of Rochester, Peace Action of CNY, Mohawk
    Valley Peace Coalition, Lewis County Citizens for Peace in Iraq, Chatham
    Peace Initiative, Berkshire Citizens for Peace, Veterans for Peace Chapter
    51, Iraq Veterans Against the War NY, Syracuse Peace Council, SEIU 1199,
    Syracuse Cultural Workers.

    Initiated by
    New York Iraq Veterans Against the War

    Hosted by
    The Syracuse Peace Council & SEIU-1199

    For more information contact:
    Syracuse Peace Council 315-472-5478 or spc@peacecouncil.net
    or visit http://www.peacecouncil.net or http://www.upstateantiwar.net or
    http://www.myspace.com/spcspace

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