October 6 - 12 US and Canada Anti-War Protests Information!

by Lee Siu Hin Sunday, Oct. 07, 2001 at 7:21 AM

*The protest information has been complied from different activist listservs, Indymedia Centers, e-mail annoucements and Protest.net. Since some events may change or cancel withouth advance notice, PLEASE PLEASE call and check with the event organizer before you go. For more protest information please visit our US and Canada protest schedule info at: http://www.actionla.org/S11/Region.htm *To announce your protest, links, or good information, please send to: siuhin@aol.com

No War For "Revenge"!

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(I) 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!

(II) 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

Tucson Women in Black are holding a silent vigil each Friday from 5 - 6 p.m. in opposition to violence, terrorism and war everywhere. They will provide signs expressing this, such as ones reading "World Peace Through Nonviolence - All Other Methods Have Failed -MLK Jr", "The Choice is Nonviolence or Nonexistence" (also from MLK, Jr.), "An Eye for an Eye Makes Everyone Blind", "War is Not the Answer" and " Let us create hope, not violence". All those willing to maintain a posture of silence are welcome. Please wear black and join us for this vigil for peace and nonviolence.




South Asian Community Town Hall

Saturday, October 6, 1:00 PM

Artesia Community Center, 18750 Clarkdale Ave., Artesia, CA

By: Asian Pacific American Legal Center, South Asian Network, and LACCHR

Contact: South Asian Network, (562) 403 0488

The recent hate backlash has hiw the South Asian Community hard. Pakistanis, Sikhs, and others have been targeted for assaults, desecration of their holy sites, and racial profiling. To date, 7 South Asians have

been killed, for alleged hate based motivations.

APALC, South Asian Network, and LACCHR are co-sponsoring a community education town hall in Artesia for the South Asian community and others to talk about hate crimes, civil rights and civil liberties issues arising out of the 911 attacks. People looking to find out how the South Asian community has been impacted, what people's rights are, and what legal and other resources exist should attend.



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

Fairfax is 30 minutes from the Golden Gate.

1.Exit Highway 101 at Sir Francis Drake Boulevard.

2.Continue on Sir Francis Drake to Fairfax.

3.LEFT on Pacheco

4.RIGHT on Broadway

5.LEFT on Bolinas.

6.Go 1/4 mile to Peri Park (on the Right; across from 85

Bolinas Road).



Teach-In: Terrorism, War, and the Media: What You Don't Hear in Mainstream Media

Saturday, October 20, 3:00 PM

Social Sciences Lecture Hall, UC Irvine

By: Academia and Action (UCI), in conjunction with Pacifica Campaign, Act for

Global Justice and UCI Response.

e-mail: academiaandaction@yahoo.com

Speakers include:

David Barsamian: "Terrorism: Theirs and Ours"

Laura Flanders: "Media Coverage of the Terrorist Attack and the Media

Blackout of the Peace Movement"

Sonali Kolhatkar, "Afghan Humanitarian Crisis and Women's Resistance"

Prof. Glen Mimura (UCI), "Relevant Lessons from the Japanese American Internment"

Speaker from UCI Muslin Student Union, "Harassment of Muslim/Middle-Eastern/South Asians"


Los Angeles:

(I) UCLA Teach-In

Tuesday, October 9, 6:00 PM

By: Student Coalition Against the War

Contact: Brett Featherstone e-mail: blnkcnvs@ucla.edu

(II) Interfaith Service

Sunday, October 7, 4:00 PM

1075 Exposition Boulevard, Masjid Omar, (Vermont & Exposition) right across from USC

By: Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace

We will have an interfaith service each Sunday at 4:00 p.m. beginning October 7 at USC Mosque, 1075 Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles. We hope these will build our constituency so that we have a large rally on November 18 at 4:00 p.m. at a site still to be determined.

(III) South Asian Community Town Hall - Legal Training

Tuesday, October 9, 2001, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Junipero Serra State Building, Carmel Conference Room, First Floor 320 W. Fourth Street, Los Angeles

By: Asian Pacific American Legal Center, South Asian Network, and LACCHR

Contact: Tracee Carpenter (916) 227-1166

The second event for south Asian Community town hall, a legal training for those advocates interested in learning more about hate crimes and discrimination law. (MCLE credit is available, free admission). Participation in this event will facilitate the creation of a pool of attorneys and advocates who can serve as a resource to victims of hate crimes, civil liberties violations or discrimination.

(IV) Panel to promote tolerance

Tuesday, October 9, 2001 2:00-4:00 PM

Los Angeles County Dept. of Health 313 N. Figueroa Street, Auditorium (corner of Temple)

By: Office of Diversity Programs

Contact: (213) 240-7710

Panel to promote tolerance, speakers include: Rabbi Steven Jacobs (Temple Kol Tikvan), Samal Al-Marayati (Muslim Public Affairs Council), Hamid Kahn (South Asian Network), Robin Toma (L.A. County Human Relations Commission).



Weekly Peace Walk

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



Vigil: No More Victims

Sunday, October 7, 12:30 PM

Pasadena City Hall, 100 N Garfield Avenue (west side of building)

By: American Friends Service Committee, All Saints Church

Contact: call AFSC at: (626)791-1978 or email: sgibson@afsc.org

Our calls and points of unity are to:

- Mourn the victims and condemn the attacks of September 11.

- Stand in defense of civil liberties.

- Oppose anti-Arab, anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant and all forms of racial, ethnic, and religious violence and bigotry.

- Oppose military intervention and war.

- Seek global peace through social and economic justice.

- Seek justice not vengeance; bring the perpetrators to justice through established principles of international law.



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.



Parents for Peace Meeting

Sunday, October 7, 5:00 PM

Alex Thomas Park

Contact: (707)459-4824

We are parents organized for peace.

We will end the violence through action, education, support and dialogue.Our voices must be heard.

We owe it to our children.No more violence! Wage Peace Now!



St. Petersburg:

Rally for Peace

Saturday, October 6, 12:00 - 6:00 PM

Campbell Park

By: The Coalition for Peace and Social Justice

Contact: contact 727-821-6620, e-mail: psjcoalition@hotmail.com

The Coalition for Peace and Social Justice is a newly formed coalition of a

broad base of organizations from throughout the city that was formed in response

to the U.S.'s call for war. It is open to anyone (individuals and organizations) that unite with our six principles of unity.

1. Support Peace, Oppose War

2. Support Social Justice, Around the World and Within the U.S.

3. Support Civil Liberties, Oppose Racial and Religious Bigotry and Attacks

4. Support the Universal Human Rights of all Oppressed People, including Arab


5. Oppose all Forms of Terrorism

6. Respect the Ideological and Political Differences of Members Within the





Weekly Interfaith Prayer Vigil

Every Sundays, 2:00 - 2:30 PM


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.




September 11th Forum

Wednesday, October 10, 7:00 - 9:00 PM

Andover High School Media Center (Library)

By: Student-Community Action Corps

Contact: Steve Brown (978)749-6710. E-mail: scacorps@yahoogroups.com

The horror of September 11th has had far reaching consequences throughout our communities. In addition to the tragic loss of life, thousands of others lost their livelihoods, and have been threatened by the racist backlash. Join us as we discuss: Where do we go from here?



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



Kansas City:

Kansas City: Not in Our Name

Sunday, October 7, 1:00 - 3:00 PM

J.C. Nichols Fountain (47th & Main)

By: Justice/Not Vengence Network

Contact: (816)931-5256

How we respond to the tragedy of September 11th will drastically impact all of our lives! Come mourn the lost, honor diversity, learn about the issues, and call for peace, healing and justice under the rule of law.


St. Louis:

Weekly Vigil for Peace

Every Sundays, 7:00 - 9:00 PM

Catholic Cathedral (Newstead and Lindell)

By: Catholic Action Network for Social Justice


**New Hampshire


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

For information about vigils and leafleting in New Hampshire, contact Sean Donahue and Patrick Carkin, NH Peace Action, info@nhpeaceaction.org, (603)228-0559, www.nhpeaceaction.org; Arnie Alpert, American Friends Service Committee, aalpert@afsc.org, or (603)224-2407, www.afsc.org



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.



Weekly vigils/leafleting action

Every Saturdays, September 29, 11:00 - 12:00 Pm

At Central Square

By: New Hampshire Peace Action

Contact: Kurt Konietzko, e-mail: kurttm@earthlink.net

For information about vigils and leafleting in New Hampshire, contact Sean Donahue and Patrick Carkin, NH Peace Action, info@nhpeaceaction.org, (603)228-0559, www.nhpeaceaction.org; Arnie Alpert, American Friends Service Committee, aalpert@afsc.org, or (603)224-2407, www.afsc.org



Weekly vigils/leafleting action

Every Saturdays, September 29, 12:00 PM

At Town Common

By: New Hampshire Peace Action

Contact: Lynn Chong, e-mail: chonglyn@coopresources.net

For information about vigils and leafleting in New Hampshire, contact Sean Donahue and Patrick Carkin, NH Peace Action, info@nhpeaceaction.org, (603)228-0559, www.nhpeaceaction.org; Arnie Alpert, American Friends Service Committee, aalpert@afsc.org, or (603)224-2407, www.afsc.org



Anti-War Teach-in (plan)

Saturday, October 6, 1:00 - 4:00 PM

Unitarian Church in Montclair

By: NJ Peace Action

Contact: njsane@igc.org Web: www.njpeaceaction.org

Second of two teach-ins.


**New York

(I) New York City:

Filipino-American Youth and Student Leaders' Forum: Responding to September 11th

Saturday, October 6, 3:00-6:00 PM

Immaculate Conception Church, 414 E. 14th Street, between 1st Ave. and Ave. A


Contact: (212)741-6806 E-mail: InangBayanMuna@aol.com

(II) NYC Anti War March and Rally

"New York: Not in Our Name, Our Grief is Not a Cry for War"

Sunday, October 7,

Interfaith Service: 2:30 - 3:00 PM

March and Rally: 3:00 PM

Assemble at Union Square

Contact: (212)228-0450, Web: http://www.nynotinourname.org

War is not the answer.

In the aftermath of this horror, we reject the acts of violence directed against our Arab and Muslim neighbors. We reject all expressions of racial, religious and ethnic bigotry and violence.

We come together in our commitment to a peaceful world, a peace built on social and economic justice.

Please bring candles and wear white for mourning and peace.


A Teach In/Speak Out Forum

Monday, October 8th, 2001 (Columbus Day Observed)

Seating begins at 1:30pm, forum begins at 2:00pm

Three Sessions from 2:00pm to 7:00pm

Community Church of New York, 40 East 35th Street (35th and Park Avenue)

Topics Include:

HOW DID WE GET HERE? Policies and aspects of culture which have

contributed to the build-up of anti-western sentiment.

ALTERNATIVES TO WAR: Non-violent, ethical, and practical approaches to

resolution of conflicts.

INVOLVING THE PUBLIC: Shifting public attitudes away from apathy and

toward becoming informed and involved.

Speakers include:

Alice Slater, GRACE, the War Resistors League, Diane Williams, Coordinator.




* On the Day When the Bombs Begin to Fall...(we don't know when, so pay attention to the media!)

Get together at 4:30 p.m. in front of the Columbus Metropolitan Library at 96 S. Grant Ave; then march to the State House (Broad & High) & hold an anti-war rally. (If the bombs begin to fall after the appointed time, meet at the same place at the same time on the following day)

(I) Disseminating anti-war materials at the Gallery Hop in Short North

Saturday, October 6

If you want to participate in this action, contact Adam Tenney adamosu@hotmail.com for more info.

(II) Anti-War Coalition Meeting

Sunday, October 7, 5:00 PM

Buckeye Suite CDE on the 3rd Fl. of the Ohio Union

Please send agenda items to dr_broccoli@hotmail.com before the day of the meeting.




Sowing Seeds of Peace: Prayers and Petitions for Nonviolent Action

Sunday, October 7, 3:00 - 4:00 PM

Steps of the State Capitol

By: local Anabaptist Christians

Contact: (717)213-9638

This public Christian witness will call for a nonviolent response to the terrorist attacks of September 11. Together we will grieve for the victims and survivors of the violence of Sept. 11 and pray for the healing of all those affected; call on the US government to interrupt the cycle of violence and pursue a sustainable peace through diplomatic and humanitarian strategies rather than military action; and commit ourselves to prayer and action to confront violence and injustice in its many forms.



Community March for Peace and Forum

Saturday, October 7

1:00 PM: March at Broad & Diamond,

3:00 - 6:00 PM: Forum at the Friends Center, 15th and Cherry

By: AFSC, Peace Action Delaware Valley, School of the Americas Watch, Brandywine Peace Community.

Contact: (215)843-4493




Gathering for Peace with Candlelight vigil

Saturday, October 7, 5:00 - 7:00 PM

Overton Park Shell

By: MidSouth Peace and Justice Center

Gathering for Peace at the Overton Park Shell. Details are being worked out. Should include speakers and a candlelight vigil.




Anti-War Teach-In: Ethical Dilemmas

Tuesday, October 9, 7:00 - 9:00 PM

McLeod Hall Auditorium (Nursing School), University of Virginia

Contact: (434) 924-3033

These events are free and open to the general public. For more information, see the website: http://faculty.virginia.edu/mesp



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




Peace Rally

Saturday, October 7, 1:00 PM

Clark Community College

Contact: (360)695-7349





Weekly Candle Light Vigil for Peace

Every Tuesdays, 7:00 - 7:30 PM

City Hall

By: Radical Edmonton Network

We 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.




VIGIL for PEACE! Against NATO Parliamentary Assembly meetings

Saturday, October 6

1:00 PM Parliament Hill, Silent Procession: "Silence the Violence"

2:00 PM Vigil for Nonviolence with Speakers, Music, Discussion Groups & Workshops

First United Church, 397 Kent St.

By: the Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade (COAT)

Web: http://www.flora.org/coat/appeal/

We will send this message to NATO, our government and the public:

"We are opposed to war.

We stand for nonviolence.

We appeal for an end to anger, hatred and violence."

For the program, please click here


No War For "Revenge"!

War Is Not The Answer

Please visit our ntionwide antiwar information,resource site:



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