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Nov 3-18: US Nationwide and International Anti-War Protests

by Lee Siu Hin Monday, Nov. 05, 2001 at 6:11 AM
siuhin@aol.com

To announce your protest, links, or good information, please send to: siuhin@aol.com or ActionLA@ActionLA.org Since some events may change or cancel withouth advance notice, PLEASE PLEASE call and check with the event organizer before you go. To check the complete listing, please visit: http://www.peacenowar.net/Region.htm

errorNov 3-18: US Nationwide and International Anti-War Protests
By: Peace, No War
War is not the answer, for only love can conquer hate
www.PeaceNoWar.net
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To announce your protest, links, or good information, please send to: siuhin@aol.com or ActionLA@ActionLA.org
Since some events may change or cancel withouth advance notice, PLEASE PLEASE call and check with the event organizer before you go.
To check the complete listing, please visit: http://www.peacenowar.net/Region.htm
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US Nationwide
From New York City to Washnigton DC with Love
The World Peace Walk
Beginning Saturday, October 27, 2001 in New York City and concluding on Saturday, November 17, 2001 in Washington, DC
Web: http://www.worldpeacewalk.org
e-mail: peacewalkers2001@yahoo.com
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ARIZONA:
Tucson
SAY NO TO WAR! Peace Vigil
Every Thursdays, 5:00 PM
Federal Building Downtown Tucson. 300 West Congress.
We Demand:
1) Peace
2) No curtailment of our civil liberties!
3) No scapegoating of our Moslem, Arab, and other neighbors!
Women In Black peace vigil
Every Fridays, 5:00 - 6:00 PM
4 corners of Speedway and Euclid
By: Tucson Women in Black
Contact: (520)407-1432
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CALIFORNIA

Berkeley:
RAWA (Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan) Speaking Tour
Monday, November 5, 6:00 PM
UC Berkeley Evans Hall - 10 Evans (Hearst and Euclid Avenues)
Four Locations http://www.globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.html
A woman from (Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan; Andrea
Smith (Incite-Women of Color Against Violence); Misti Sangani (Global Fund
for Women). Presented by Women's Leadership Institute (Mills College), Global
Fund for Women and ASAP (Acting in Solidarity with Afghan People). As a
security precaution, no photography will be allowed at this event.
(Pre-approved media excepted). http://www.rawa.org

WEST COAST CONFERENCE FOR CAMPUS ACTIVISTS ORGANIZING AGAINST WAR AND RACISM IN THE WAKE OF SEPTEMBER 11
Saturday and Sunday, November 10 11
UC Berkeley campus
By: California Schools Against War
Web: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CSAWConferenceCommittee
Contact: StopTheWarConference@hotmail.com
California Schools Against War invites all campus based anti-war coalitions (or those interested in forming a campus based coalition) to come to discuss and coordinate education, action, and organizing. WHY:
1. At this crucial time in history, to discuss the new anti-war movement and the direction it may take, as well as how that movement could best connect to existing movements.
2. To organize against the racist scapegoating that is happening against Muslims and people of Arab, Middle Eastern, Central Asian, and South Asian background.
3. To discuss civil liberties abuses coming in the wake of Sept. 11 and how that affects grassroots organizing.
4. For folks to share knowledge about the WHY behind Sept. 11.
If you or your campus coalition is interested in attending, please email:
StopTheWarConference@hotmail.com immediately, telling us which campus you're from.
POINTS OF UNITY:
The following are the three Points of Unity that were agreed upon by CSAW. These points were kept broad and simple to keep the coalition together and truly unified.
1) Stop the war.
2) Defend Arab Americans, Muslim, Middle Eastern, Central Asian, and South Asian communities from attack. No racist scapegoating.
3) Defend civil liberties.
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Claremont:
Peace Conference
Is War the only Solution to Resolve Conflicts! Come, join us to understand together the conflict between Afghanistan and the US
Sunday, November 11, 2:00 -4:00 PM
Claremont United Methodist Church
Round Building
211W. Foothill Blvd, Claremont, CA
In Cooperation with Peace and Reconciliation, Community Peace Dialogue, Pax
Christi, Jamaat l-Muslimeen, Friends Committee, and other peace loving
individuals and groups
Contact: Chairperson: Imam Ali Siddiqui, 909-591-0745; Secretary: Ms. MarilyneSchirk, 909-988-0866
PEACE WITH JUSTICE CENTER OF THE POMONA VALLEY
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Fairfax:
Weekly Sunday Peace Rallies
Every Sundays, 11:00 AM
Grassy Park, Downtown Fairfax
Contact: Angelina Frost or Peaceman at (415) 458-0121 or email: handsong@pacbell.net Web: www.askpeace.org
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Los Angeles:
Nationwide Campus Anti-War/pro-peace 56 Hour Hunger Fast
LA Action: Occidental College (located in Eagle Rock): 1600 Campus Rd., LA
Wednesday to Friday, Nov 7 to 9: Hunger Fast
Friday, November 9, 12:30 to 1:45 PM: Peace rally on the main quad of Occidental's campus will call attention to the patriotic purpose of this 56-hour hunger strike.
Contact: Jordan Parkhurst parkhurs@oxy.edu and Spencer Jackson jacksons@oxy.edu
For More Information, pelase check: www.PeaceNoWar.net/Nov 7-9 Hunger Fast.htm

ANTI-WAR DEMONSTRATION
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 4:00 PM
OLYMPICA & BROADWAY IN DOWNTOWN LA
MARCHING TO PERSHING SQUARE
By: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SCHOOLS AGAINST WAR
INFO: 626-235-8489 OR EMAIL: wagepeace2001@yahoo.com
POINTS OF UNITY
1) STOP THIS WAR!
2) NO RACIST ATTACKS ON MIDDLE EASTERN/MUSLIMS/SOUTH ASIANS
3) PROTECT ALL CIVIL LIBERTIES
4) MONEY FOR VICTIMS IN WTC AND DC NOT FOR WAR!

Teach-In Invest in Caring Not Killing: Money for Welfare, Not War and Prison
Sunday, December 1
Crossroads Women's Center
Info: (323)292-7405
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Oakland:
Weekly Peace Walk around Lake Merritt
Every Sundays, 3:00 PM
East end of Lake Merritt, between Grand and Lakeshore
By: Lake Merritt Neighbors Organized for Peace (LMNOP)
Contact: Beth Wagner, (510)763-8712, e-mail: lmno4p@yahoo.com
War Is Not the Answer, Justice Not Revenge!

Safety at Home Requires Peace Abroad!
Saturday, November 3, 2:00 - 7:00 PM
Youth Empowerment Center, 1357 5th Street (near West Oakland BART)
Contact: (510) 451-5466 ext. 300
-For a space for adults and youth to come together to learn about what is
going on, and what we can do about it.
-To learn about the history of U.S. foreign policy and military
intervention abroad.
-For educational panels, youth discussions, art education, music, dancing,
and action!

THE CRISIS IN AFGHANISTAN AND THE U.S. "WAR AGAINST TERRORISM": A PUBLIC FORUM
Sunday, November 4, 1:00 - 3:00 PM
Laney Theater, Laney College, Oakland.
Sponsored by the East Bay Coalition Against the War.
INFO: (510)496-3470 http://www.geocities.com/eastbaycoalition
Panelists will include:
ANN FAGAN GINGER, Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute
JUDY GREENSPAN, California Prison Focus
KEHINDE KOYEJO, Positive Minds (youth activist)
LINDA SHERIF, American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Cmte.
speaker from: Oakland Education Association
speaker from: Gateway Academy

Oakland Teaching Peace Through Understanding
Informing teachers so we can support our students
Tuesday, November 6, 4:00 - 7:00 PM
Oakland Tech H.S. Library, (park behind school on 45th St. off Broadway, Near Macarthur BART)
Contact: Judi Hirsch 653-0776 or Jonah Zern 836-4069
To join planning listserv send a blank message to:
teachnobombs-subscribe@lists.risup.net
Join Us for a lively discussion featuring
Dr. Hatem Bazian, UCBerkeley
Wilson Riles, Jr.., American Friends Service Committee
Riva Enteen, National Lawyers Guild
Carolina Marks, World Wall for Peace
Free Middle Eastern Food & Curriculum
Ongoing weekly Teach-ins to follow planning meetings: Wednesdays, 4:15 PM at the Oakland Education Association Center on , 272 East 12th Street

Understanding Islam: A Program of Education and Community-Building
Sunday, November 11, 2:30 PM
First Unitarian Church of Oakland, 14th Street at Castro Street.
Call: (510)433-9667 for information
Speakers on Islam and the political, social and historical context of Islamic countries.

PACIFISM AS PATHOLOGY WORKSHOP WITH WARD CHURCHILL
Friday, November 16th Doors: 7 PM, Workshop: 8 PM
AK PRESS, 674-A 23RD Street, Oakland (block between MLK & San Pablo) 19th Street BART Stop
Phone: 510.208.1700 e-mail: info@akpress.org
Web: http://www.akpress.org
Ward Churchill, author of PACIFISM AS PATHOLOGY: REFLECTIONS ON THE ROLE OF ARMED STRUGGLE IN NORTH AMERICA.

Exploring Spirituality, Peacemaking and Social Action
with Roshi Bernie Glassman & Activist Fleet Maull
Friday Public Talk, November 16, 7:30 PM
Weekend Program, November 16-18
We the People Auditorium, 200 Harrison Street, Oakland
Sponsored by the Peacemaker Community USA/Canada
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Palo Alto:
RAWA (Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan) Speaking Tour
Monday, November 5, 12:00 PM
Stanford University Main Quad - Room 420-040 (Lecture Hall), Palo Alto
http://www.stanford.edu/home/visitors/directions.html

A woman from (Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan; Andrea
Smith (Incite-Women of Color Against Violence); Misti Sangani (Global Fund
for Women). Presented by Women's Leadership Institute (Mills College), Global
Fund for Women and ASAP (Acting in Solidarity with Afghan People). As a
security precaution, no photography will be allowed at this event.
(Pre-approved media excepted). http://www.rawa.org
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Riverside:
Peace Rally at UC Riverside
Friday, November 9
THE BELL TOWER, UC Riverside
By: Student Coalition For Peace, UCR
Contact: (909)223-3384, e-mail: oneearth1nation@aol.com
Bombing is the Problem, Not the Solution! Stop Bombing Afghanistan. Stop the
Racial Targeting. Unite For Peace.
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Sacramento:
Daily Antiwar Protests
SACRAMENTO PEACE VIGILS
Sunday, Nov. 11th = 11am - 1pm ~~ Florin Rd, & Stockton Blvd.
Contact: Sacramento-Yolo Peace Action (916)448-7157, Email: sypeaceact@jps.net
We are calling for an end to the bombing of Afghanistan which is killing innocent civilians. We continue to call for a non-violent response to the events of September 11 which includes not only dealing with the apprehension and trial of those responsible through established legal channels but also a call to look at the causes of this attack in the violence perpetrated by U.S. foreign and military policies.
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San Diego:
Intercampus meeting to oppose the war in San Diego
Sunday, November 4, 2:00 PM
UCSD Price Center (open area)
Contact: r_anshell@yahoo.com (Rebecca Anshell
Come with friends and strangers!
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San Francisco:
RAWA (Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan) Speaking Tour
Saturday, November 3, 3:00 -5:00 PM
Women's Building 3543 18th Street (on 18th Street between Guerrero and Valencia)
Four Locations http://www.globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.html

RAWA (Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan) Speaking Tour
Tuesday, November 6, 1:00 PM
SFSU - Cesar Chavez Student Center - Jack Adams Hall, 1600 Holloway Avenue, San Francisco.
Four Locations http://www.globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.html

School of the Americas
Tuesday, November 6, Reception 4:45 PM, program 5:15 PM
Commonwealth Club of California, 595 Market, S.F. $9 ($6 members, $3 students).
School of assassins http://www.sfbg.com/action/index.html
contact (415) 597-6705 or 1-800-847-7730 for reservations
Charles Liteky, a Vietnam War hero, former Catholic priest, and peace activist imprisoned for trespassing during a protest at the U.S. Army School of the Americas discusses the history of the military school and its trainees' involvement in massive human rights abuses against civilians around the world over the past 20 years.

Meeting: War Resisters League of the San Francisco Bay Area
Tuesday, November 6, 7:00 to 9:00 PM
Martin de Porres House of Hospitality, 225 Potrero Ave. at 16th St.
Contact: Jim Haber, 415-282-6580 or by e-mail (not necessarily checked
daily): jimhabersf@yahoo.com
GLOBALIZE JUSTICE, NOT WAR, RESIST THE WTO
GLOBAL ACTION AGAINST THE WTO
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 12 NOON
JUSTIN HERMANN PLAZA, SAN FRANCISCO
foot of Market St. (Embarcadero BART)
www.globalizethis.org
action4justice@onebox.com
(510)343-2139 x5462

MARCH & FESTIVAL FOR GLOBAL JUSTICE, NOT ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 12:00 PM
GATHER: RICHMOND BART, DOWNTOWN RICHMOND
PEACEFUL MARCH TO CHEVRON REFINERY
2:00 PM: FESTIVAL, CHEVRON REFINERY, POINT RICHMOND
Shuttles to/from BART/Pt Richmond Available
www.globalizethis.org
action4justice@onebox.com
(510)343-2139 x5462
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Santa Cruz:
RAWA (Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan) Speaking Tour Tuesday, November 6, 7:30pm
UC Santa Cruz - Classroom Unit II
1156 High Street Santa Cruz
http://www.ucsc.edu/general_info/directions.html

Public Meeting: Stop This War
Wednesday, November 14, 7:30 PM
(At 5 p.m. at the Rio Theater, there will be a special one-hour session for high school and college students.)
Rio Theater, 1205 Soquel Ave.
Co-sponsored by: Bookshop Santa Cruz, Capitola Book Cafe and Independent Bookseller.
A public meeting featuring Howard Zinn.
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Sebastopol:
Women In Black Vigil For Peace with Justice
Every Fridays, 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Junction of State Highways 116 and 12
Women In Black standing in silent vigil for peace. Please wear black. We wanted to, we needed to, do something and standing in silence, dressed for mourning seems fitting. Women all over the world stand united as Women In Black.
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GEORGIA
Atlanta:
Weekly Interfaith Prayer Vigil
Every Sundays, 2:00 - 2:30 PM
THE MARTIN LUTHER KING JR CENTER FOR NONVIOLENT SOCIAL CHANGE, 449 Auburn Avenue Atlanta, GA
By: Pax Christi, American Friends Service Committee, Nipponzan Myohoji Atlanta Buddhist Dojo, Congregation Bet Haverim, etc.
Contact: (678) 339-9602
Responding to the tragedy of terrorist attacks on the U.S., gathering at the Tomb of Martin Luther King, Jr. sends a powerful call for spiritual transformation and reconciliation both here at home and internationally.

Southeastern Student Conference For Peace
November 10-11 (Saturday-Sunday)
Georgia State University, Student Center (exact location to be announced soon).
Contact: Taka Ono e-mail: takaono5@yahoo.com
The group of students at Georgia State University is now planning a student conference for peace on November 10 and 11 (Saturday and Sunday) - while making this Sunday's event more modest. We are hoping to meet face-to-face with as many students as possible in the southeastern region to network and figure out to which direction we might want to go.
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Ft. Benning
November 16-18 School of the Americas vigil and protest
SOA Watch
PO Box 4566
Washington DC 20017
(202)234-3440
info@soaw.org
http://www.soaw.org
For more information: http://www.peacenowar.net/Nov%2016-18%2001--SOA.htm
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HAWAII
Honolulu:
Weekly Hawaii Peace Vigil
Every Fridays, 4:00 - 6:00 PM
In front of Federal Bldg. on Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu.
By: Ad Hoc Committee for Peace
Contact: (808)988-6266, e-mail: afschawaii@afsc.org
Wear GREEN ribbons and/or ti leaf. 3 main themes: "Peace Now," "No Victims Anywhere," and "Defend Civil Liberties." Bring friends and neighbors to join the hundreds that have demonstrated for peace since Sept. 21.
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ILLINOIS
Chicago:
Hyde Park Committee Against War and Racism Meeting
Every Tuesdays, 7:00 PM
Unitarian Church, 57th and Woodlawn.
Call: 773-377-5002 x-5676

MIDWEST CONFERENCE FOR CAMPUS ACTIVISTS
Saturday and Sunday, November 10 - 11
DePaul University
*Housing available Friday, Saturday and Sunday night!
Contact: student_antiwar_conference@hotmail.com (with the number of people that are coming and what housing or special needs)
By: The Chicago Student Anti-War Network (CSAWN)
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MASSACHUSETTS
Amherst:
Weekly Peace Vigil, on Commons
Every Sundays, 12:00 PM
Traprock Peace Center, 103A Keets Road Deerfield, MA
Contact: (413)773-7427 Web: www.traprockpeace.org-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Boston:
Boston Anarchists Against Militarism Anti-War Teach-In:
Anarchist and Radical Perspectives on "America's New War"
Saturday, November 10, 12:00 -7:00 PM
Massachusetts Institute of Techonology (MIT); Room 1-190
By: the Boston Anarchists Against Militarism (BAAM), Sabate Anarchist Collective (NEFAC-Boston), Barricada Collective (NEFAC-Boston), and the Sophia Perovskaya Collective
Contact: baamcoalition@hotmail.com
A Day of Workshops and Discussions on:
- Why Anarchists Oppose War
- Radical Labor's Response
- Patriarchy and War
- Anarchism, Nationalism and Patriotism
- The Role of U.S. Imperialism
- Radical Art Workshop
- Anti-War Activism on Campus
- Diversity of Tactics in Anti-War Activism
- Anarchist Response to Terrorism, and more
Food and child care will be provided; radical books and literature will be available

Northeast Student Antiwar Conference
November 10 - 11
Meeting place TBA.
Sponsored by Boston Campus Anti-War Coalition and New York Schools Against the War.
Web: www.bostonforpeace.net
e-mail: nestudents_againstwar@yahoo.com
A Northeast conference for all campus-based antiwar coalitions (or people interested in forming one) to discuss and coordinate education, action and organizing. On the 10th there will be workshops, panel discussions and debates. Nov. 11 will be a strategy session in which five delegates from each campus have representation (we realize campuses closer to Boston are going to have more participants in the conference so we're trying to alleviate the misrepresentation).
The conference is FREE and we're working on crash housing. If you are interested in going, please email nestudents_againstwar@yahoo.com
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MICHIGAN
Ann Arbor:
Weekly Silent Vigil: Women in Black
Every Mondays, 5:00 - 6:00 PM
In front of the downtown post office, (at Fifth and Liberty)
By: Women in Black Ann Arbor
Contact: Suzanne Camino e-mail: scamino@umich.edu

Women in Black Ann Arbor are continuing to stand each Monday evening between 5:00 and 6:00 to mourn all victims of violence and to make a silent plea for peace through peaceful means. Men are welcome too. Wear black if you can, and bring a candle, flower, a banner, or just yourself. Silence only please for this vigil.

Weekly Peace Procession: Peace is Power
Every Wednesdays, 5:15 PM
From the University of Michigan's Trotter House (Washtenaw & South University) to the Federal Building in Downtown Ann Arbor (Liberty and Fourth Streets)
Contact: William Copeland Mary Libby peaceispower@hotmail.com
Each week there are guest speakers, creative performances, and an open mic for community comments and conversation. These events are gathered with five intentions in mind:
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Detroit:
Community Speakout Against the War
Saturday, November 10, 1:00 PM
New Bethel Baptist Church, 8450 C.L. Franklin Blvd (Linwood at Philadelphia).
Call: (313)832-7863 for information
Protest Against Bias in the Media
Saturday, November 17, 11:00 AM
Gather at the Detroit News and Free Press Building.
Call: (313)832-7863 for information
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NEW HAMPSHIRE
Concord:
Weekly vigils/leafleting action
Every Fridays, 6:00 PM
By: NH Peace Action, American Friends Service Committee
Dover, NH - Weekly vigils/leafleting actions Fridays at 6 pm, David Diamond, ddiam@ttlc.net
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Dover:
Ongoing anti-bombing, peace vigil
Every Saturdays, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
In front of Dover city hall.
Contact: (603)749-9159 Web: www.nhpeaceaction.org
Ongoing vigil and leafleting against war, including the continueing bombing of Iraq and the imminant attacks on Afghanistan.
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Keene:
Weekly vigils/leafleting action
Every Saturdays, 11:00 - 12:00 Pm
At Central Square
By: New Hampshire Peace Action
Contact: Kurt Konietzko, e-mail: kurttm@earthlink.net
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Plymouth Weekly vigils/leafleting action
Every Saturdays, 12:00 PM
At Town Common
By: New Hampshire Peace Action
Contact: Lynn Chong, e-mail: chonglyn@coopresources.net----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
NEW YORK
Albany:
Weekly Vigil: Nonviolence and Peace, Not War - No Retaliation, No Escalation
Every Saturdays, 11:00 AM
Riverfront Park, near Uncle Sam statue.
Organized by Rosa House Peace Community
Contact: (518)272-1468 e-mail: info@rosahouse.org

Weekly Peace Vigil
Wednesdays, 12:00 PM
East side of state Capitol (Eagle St, across from City Hall), Albany.
By: Albany Friends Meeting, Peace Action.
Contact: Pat Beetle 518-477-4004
NO MORE VICTIMS JUSTICE & HEALING -
PEACE, NOT WAR - NO RETALIATION, NO ESCALATION

Weekly Rally for Peace
Fridays 4:30-5:30pm
On the corner of Broadway and Church/Lake in Saratoga Springs, just outside the Post Office.
by Saratoga Greens.
For info: saratogagreens@hotmail.com

Walk with Veterans for Peace
Sunday, November 4th 11:30 AM
SE corner of Ontario ST. and Washington Ave
By: The Tom Paine Chapter, Albany, NY
Contact: Frank 518-465-0582 airnokker@aol.com, John jajaja1234@aol.com (518)482-1562, Linda (518)427-0321
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New York City:
The World Peace Walk
Beginning Saturday, October 27, 2001 in New York City and concluding on Saturday, November 17, 2001 in Washington, DC
Web: http://www.worldpeacewalk.org
e-mail: peacewalkers2001@yahoo.com
We are a small group of individuals dedicated to walking peacefully during this twenty-one day journey. We invite people of all walks of life to empower the flame of peace and wisdom we must each carry in our hearts together as we face this time of turmoil throughout the world. The walkers will be carrying a fire that will represent our shared vision of unity and peace, and honor those whose lives have been lost as a result of all unnecessary violence.

No More Lost Lives - A People's Tribute
Tribute & Concert in memory of lives lost on Sept. 11th
Saturday, November 3, 6:00 P.M.
Danny Kaye Playhouse, 695 Park Ave. (IRT Lexington Ave. #6 subway train to 68th St.)
ADMISSION FREE - DONATIONS TO TWW-PAC WELCOMED

Benefit Concert for New York Unions' September 11 Funds
Friday, November 9, 8:00 PM
Winston Unity Auditorium, 235 W. 23rd Street (between 7th and 8th Avenue)
Admission on a sliding scale: $5 to $10. All profits to be donated to NYC CLC September 11 Relief Fund.
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VERMONT
Burlington:
NIGHTLY PEACE VIGIL
5:00 - 5:30 PM
Unitarian Church-Burlington
for more information call 863-2345 x5
Also: Saturdays 12:00 PM: Anti-War Peace Rally beginning at the top of Church Street.
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VIRGINIA
NOrfolk:
Weekly Peace Vigil/War Protest
Every Tuesdays, 5:00 -6:00 PM
Corner of St. Pauls Blvd. and City Hall
Stand with us for PEACE, Protest WAR
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CANADA

ALBERTA
Edmonton:
Weekly Candle Light Vigil for Peace
Every Tuesdays, 7:00 - 7:30 PM
City Hall
By: Radical Edmonton NetworkWe ask that all people who are seeking a just, non violent, response to the current situation to join us for these short (1/2 hour) vigils. They will feature speakers and, when possible, music.
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ONTARIO
Toronto:
Weekly rally
Every Saturdays, 1:00 PM
US Consulate, 360 University.
By: Coalition Against War and Racism
e-mail: CAWR_Toronto@yahoo.com
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ENGLAND
London:
Women's Weekly Anti-War Picket
Every Thursdays, 5:00 - 6:15 PM
Opposite Downing St, Whitehall SW1, London
Tube: Westminster/Charing Cross
by International Wages for Housework Campaign
Tel: 020 7482 2496, e-mail: crossroadswomenscentre@compuserve.com
Web: http://womenstrike8m.server101.com/English/stopthewar.htm
All welcome - come and say why you oppose the war. Globally, $800 is spent
annually on military budgets, while only $80bn would provide the essentials of life for everyone. We demand that military budgets be redirected to women and therefore to the community - invest in caring not killing.

Not In My Name: Stopr the War Demostration
Sunday, November 18, 12:00 PM
Hyde Park, London
By: Stop the War Coalition
Contact: 07951-235-915, e-mail: office@stopwar.org.uk
web: www.stopwar.org/uk
We call on all peace activists and organisations, trade unionists, campaigners and labour movement organisations to join with us in building a mass movement that can stop the drive to war.We are committed to opposing any racist backlash generated by this war. We will fight to stop the erosion of civil rights.To download the protest flyer: http://www.stopwar.org.uk/STW_a5_Nov18.pdf
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