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  • Greens Prepare for October 27 Anti-War Mobilization

    Posted by Green Party Peace Network on October 10, 2007

    Greens all over the country are preparing to meet up at the various centers of mobilization on Saturday, October 27 as part of the action called by United for Peace and Justice (UFPJ). The Green Party of the United States is a coalition member of UFPJ and has endorsed this national call to action.
    Greens from New England are gearing up to meet in Boston at the New England gathering.

    Greens east will gather in Philiadelphia and in New York.

    Greens in the west will gather in Los Angeles , San Francisco, and Seattle.

    Greens in the south will gather in New Orleans , Jonesborough and Orlando.

    We will be providing more specific details about Green meet-ups in the coming weeks!

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