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3/15 Los Angeles Peace Event to End the War on Iraq with Fernando Suarez

by Lee Siu Hin - ActionLA Coalition Thursday, Feb. 23, 2006 at 10:23 PM
siuhin@aol.com (213)403-0131 Los Angeles, CA

Three Years Too Many! At the wake of the Third Anniversary of the Iraq War, this is a community event to highlight the local costs of the war and how we can involve for the up-coming local peace and justice movements.

Los Angeles Community/Activist Event to End the
War on Iraq , Bring All the Troops Home Now!

 

Wednesday, March 15 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM 

Downtown UCLA Labor Center
675 S. Park View St. Los Angeles , CA 9 0057

 

 

Fund Raiser to Support Fernando Suarez del Solar and Pablo Paredes’ Latino March For Peace

 

Community Mobilization to Support L.A. City Anti-War Resolution

 

Host by: Sonali Kolhatkar, KPFK - Los Angeles "Uprising Radio" show

 

Sponsored by: ActionLA Coalition, Peace No War Network, Coalition for World Peace, United for Peace & Justice


End the War on Iraq
Bring All the Troops Home Now!


Three Years Too Many! At the wake of the Third Anniversary of the Iraq War, this is a community event to highlight the local costs of the war and how we can involve for the up-coming local peace and justice movements.

 

We demands
- bring national guard back home
- city resolutions to oppose war
- immigrant rights/civil liberties
- people of color community anti-war organizing

 

The Initial Programs:

6:00 -- 7:00 PM tabling and welcoming

7:00 -- 8:15 PM speakers and entertainment

8:30 PM – 9:00 PM community dialogue with speakers

 

1) Fernando Suarez del Solar and Pablo Paredes will lead a coalition of the willing across this 241 mile quest for peace starting in Tijuana, Mexico, going through Marine Corps Depot Camp Pendleton to the Cesar Chavez burial site in La Paz, CA, culminating in The Mission district of San Francisco with a memorial ceremony and blood drive. (web site: http://www.guerreroazteca.org and http://swiftsmartveterans.com/index.html)

 

2) Josh Kamensky, Eric Garcetti's Communication's Director: he will address the issue of city budget and funding of social programs vis-a-vis the enormous war spending by the feds.

 

3) Lee Siu Hin, National Immigrant Solidarity Network: He will focus on the impact of immigrant community at the war in Iraq .

 

4) Andy Griggs , LA US Labor Against the War: he'll focus on labor movement against the war.

 

Music: Underground Economy

 

 

$3 admissions, but no one will be turn away for lack of funds

 

 

For more information, please call: Lee Siu Hin

Tel: (213)403-0131


e-mail:
siuhin@aol.com


URL: http://www.PeaceNowar.net

          http://www.ActionLA.org

          http://www.coalitionforworldpeace.org  

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