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Events: National Days of Action on Iraq and Syria

It’s not too late to stop an endless war in Iraq and Syria. We’ve spent over $1.1 billion bombing Iraq and Syria since August 2014, yet Congress has not debated or authorized our latest war. It will take grassroots pressure to move Congress to oppose our latest war.

From November 11-16, over twenty national peace and justice groups will join together to press Congress in their offices, online, and in the streets to take action.

Nov. 11, 7pm
Washington Peace Center Teach-In: Why is the US bombing in Iraq and Syria?
1525 Newton St NW, Washington, DC
RSVP here

Nov. 11, 4pm
CodePink Protest
Power to the Peaceful @ the #ConcertForValor
National Mall, Washington, DC

Nov. 11, 12pm
United for Justice with Peace: Rally and March to Downtown Crossing
We Demand Peace in Iraq & Syria
Park Street & Tremont Street, Boston, MA

Nov 12, 2-3pm
WAND Webinar:
“Crisis in the Middle East: Alternatives to War”

Nov. 12, 2:30-3:30pm
SUNY Geneseo History Club: The rise of ISIS and the U.S. response
Academic Building Bailey 102, Geneseo, NY

Nov. 13, 12pm
Institute for Policy Studies Webinar:
Understanding the U.S.-ISIS Crisis and Washington’s New Wars
RSVP here

Nov. 14, 4-5pm
Brandywine Peace Community: Protest to Stop the War

200 S. Broad Street, Broad & Walnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA
Details here

Nov. 15, 1pm
United for Justice with Peace: Rally and March to Downtown Crossing
We Demand Peace in Iraq & Syria
Park Street & Tremont Street, Boston, MA

 

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