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Peace of the Action Event Schedule

Sixty-five congress members, including 60 Democrats and 5 Republicans, voted to end the occupation of Afghanistan on Wednesday. But 356 congress members, including 189 Democrats and 167 Republicans voted to keep the war going. This creates a better opportunity than you might think. But we have a lot of work to do, and it is the work of rebellion and resistance. We can take a moral stand now, or we can doom our children and the world to suffering. There are no other choices, and waiting for others to lead us is not a moral option.

Be part of Peace of the Action:

During the week of March 13-21, we will have regularly scheduled non-violence training, teach-ins and outreach during the day and in the evenings, we will be having: "dining with a dose of reality."

Our special programs:

Monday, March 15: Kevin Zeese (national director of voters for peace) and Dr. Margaret Flowers (single-payer activist) speak about the importance of always linking the u.s. war economy to the collapse of the rest of the economy and how we need to end the wars to have positive social programs here at home.

Tuesday, March 16: ex-CIA agent, Ray Mcgovern, talks about the importance of keeping Rachel Corrie's dream alive on the anniversary of her murder while trying to protect palestinian's homes from destruction.

Wednesday, March 17: David Swanson (after downing street) and Debra Sweet (national director of world can't wait) speak about the importance of holding u.s. war criminals accountable - from the top down. Entertainment by Banjer Dan.

Thursday, March 18: Cindy Sheehan speaks about the importance of ramping up the anti-war movement to perform courageous and committed acts of civil resistance.

Friday, March 19: some of us will be leaving camp to go down to Charlottesville, Va to protest war criminal, john yoo, who is speaking at university of virginia (from: 1pm to 6pm) and we will be making signs and getting ready for the march on dc sponsored by answer.

Saturday, March 20: march on dc - meet at camp at 10am and we will be going together to the white house for the march - after the march, our friend, cynthia mckinney, will be visiting us at camp.

Sunday, March 21: pota day off: on our "day off" we will be protesting at the aipac (american-israel public affairs committee) convention at the dc convention center from 8am to about 8pm. War criminals, Tony Blair and Benjamin Netanyahu will be speaking at the conference.

Monday, March 22: our actions begin (stealth-info will be given at camp). your social media marketing partner