fix articles 120540, books not bombs
Walkout Inauguration Day and the Anniversary of the invasion of Iraq (tags)
Walkout Inauguration Day and the Anniversary of the invasion of Iraq Global WALKOUT for Peace, Freedom & Justice for All WALKOUT Thursday January 20 and Friday, March 18, 2005 http://www.consensus.net/walkout.html 1-800-884-1136
LIFE AFTER BUSH Conference Updates! (tags)
4/10: Iraq - Liberation of Occupation? (tags)
**US Occupied Iraq** Is This What Our Future? Think Locally, Act Globally! No Blood for Oil! No Colonization of Iraq No Immigrant Bashing! Health Care Not Warfare! Books Not Bombs! Schools Not Tanks! From: PeaceNoWar For Latest Information, Please check URL: http://www.PeaceNoWar.net
Wildcat General Strike Monday March 17: Make It A 3-Day Weekend (tags)
On March 5, Our Kids Went on Strike with Books, Not Bombs. They Got Up and Walked Out of Their Classroom "Jobs". All Across america - Close Bush Down! Declare a 3-Day Weekend
pics, books not bombs, Seattle, WA, USA, 3.5.2003 (tags)
photos from, the rally... books not bombs, seattle, WA, USA 3.5.2003 (article 1)
Ventura County Students Walkout and Demonstrate Against War (tags)
Students from throughout Ventura County, CA walked out of classes, held demonstrations, and rallied for peace.
Taking a stand on March 5 has a long history; once again, the young lead the way (tags)
Editorial on March 5th student strike.
MARCH 5: National Student Strike-BOOKS NOT BOMBS (tags)
The “National Student Strike for Books Not Bombs,” will take place tomorrow, March 5th on campuses across the US and the world. Tens of thousands thousands of US students will stop participating in business as usual for some part of the day to demonstrate to the world that the campuses do not accept the Bush vision of endless war decreased opportunity.
MARCH 5: BOOKS NOT BOMBS! - National Student Strike (tags)
The National Student Strike for Books Not Bombs, will take place March 5th on campuses across the US and the world. The strike is building a wave of campus sentiment against the Bush Administration’s war plans in Iraq. The event was originally called for and is being coordinated by the National Youth and Student Peace Coalition (NYSPC), a collection of 15 student and youth organizations whose members organizations represent large and diverse constituencies stretching across the US.