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Thursday, 29 January 2009 17:00

The Peace Coalition Of Brevard

Another fine analysis by Bob Bowman.
"Held 2:00pm, Saturday, August 30 at Front Street Park in Melbourne."

Letter to President Elect Barack Obama

Friday, 12 December 2008 17:00
"Recommendations from the peace movement, signed by Brevard Patriots for Peace."

Congress Rushing to War with Iran

Friday, 11 July 2008 18:00
"Action! Call and email Congress, protest this rush, demand that the world be involved in resolving world problems, let's not go it alone again!"

Eyes Wide Open - Florida State Exhibit 3/15

Tuesday, 26 February 2008 17:00
Over 170 Pairs of Combat Boots representing the U.S. Soldiers from
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On the 5th anniversary of the U.S. occupation of Iraq, the people of Florida say:

U.S. Out of Iraq Now!

 

March 19, 2008, will mark the fifth anniversary of the illegal, unjust and disastrous invasion of Iraq by the U.S. military. On March 19, 2003, as the bombing began, thousands of people joined protests around the country.

 

On March 19, 2008, the people of Florida will continue this resistance with demonstrations on campuses and communities after work all around the state. Protests are being organized in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Tallahassee, and Gainesville. All of these demonstrations are organizing under the banner to end the war now: our united presence will be felt throughout the state on this day. Call to join us in this initiative at 954-707-0155 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The Iraq war is the second longest in U.S. history. It has killed more than one million Iraqis and 4,000 U.S. troops. Hundreds of thousands more have been wounded. Nearly five million Iraqis have been made refugees by the war and occupation. Over a quarter of Iraq's population has been killed, wounded or displaced. While Bush and his partners in the Democratic Party talk endlessly about "supporting the troops," tens of thousands of returning soldiers have life-altering wounds ? both physical and psychological ? and totally inadequate medical care and benefits. Many are already homeless.

The cost of the war is now running at more than $400 million per day, nearly $5,000 per second. Military-industrial corporations and the big banks are reaping huge profits, while millions of people go without health care, decent housing and jobs. Much of the country's infrastructure ? bridges, roads, water systems, schools ? is falling apart. The same banks that are evicting millions of people from their homes are the ones profiting from the war.

We are not only calling for an immediate end to the war, but initiating a larger call to fight these same corporations and bankers in their war against working and poor people here at home. The elections will show that Democratic or Republican candidates?parties funded by big business?will not come up with a plan to end the war in Iraq or the economic war being waged here at home. These parties are, in fact, working side by side with those handing out the pinks slips and eviction notices.  We say bring the war home!

By building solidarity with working people abroad and fighting our common enemies here we will be taking the steps to build a new world free of war, racism and economic injustice!

Muhammed Malik

ANSWER-Miami

Jim Sanders

Broward Anti-War Coalition

Antonio Franco

ANSWER-Orlando

Michael Prysner

Iraq War Veteran,

Party for Socialism and Liberation Candidate for the 22nd Congressional District

Lana Shehadeh

Project Downtown

 

Veronica Bernace

Students United for Palestinian Equal Rights

Marc Luzietti

Socialist Party Candidate for the 20th Congressional District

Jacob Coker-Dukowitz

Student Leader, University of Miami

Yaniv Kleinan

Black Mango Collective, Miami

Alan Kobrin

Green Party*

*Organization for identification purposes

Call 954-707-0155 to join the organizing efforts underway in the following cities:

Miami 5 PM

Torch of Friendship

Biscayne Boulevard

Fort Lauderdale 5 PM             

Federal Building

299 E. Broward Boulevard

 

Gainesville 5 PM

University of Florida

Adminstration Building

1080 SW 11th St

 

 

Orlando 5 PM

Lake Eola Park

101 N Rosalind Ave

 

Tallahassee 5 PM

Federal Court House

110 E Park Avenue

 

 

                                               

Act Now to Stop War and End Racism Coalition/Florida

954-707-0155 ♦ http://www.answerfl.org  ♦ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Bring all the troops home now ? End colonial occupation?Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine ?
Money for jobs, housing, healthcare & schools, not war ? Stop the threats against Iran, Venezuela, Cuba, Sudan ? No to racism & anti-immigrant attacks ? Bring all the troops home now ? End colonial occupation?Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine ? Money for jobs, housing, healthcare & schools, not war ? Stop the threats against Iran, Venezuela, Cuba, Sudan ? No to racism & anti-immigrant attacks ? Bring all the troops home now ? End colonial occupation?Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine ? Money for jobs, housing, healthcare & schools, not war ? Stop the threats against Iran, Venezuela, Cuba, Sudan ? No to racism & anti-immigrant attacks

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Melbourne Peace Vigils

Thursday, 29 January 2009 17:00
"Vigils will continue, 1st Wednesday of the month 5-6pm at the ""Peace Corner"" 1700 West New Haven, Melbourne (just west of the Melbourne Square Mall)."
Brevard's Buddhist Fellowship attended a state conference of Floridians organized for U.S. Department of Peace. Here's their report.

Body Of War

Tuesday, 25 March 2008 18:00
Help bring riveting new documentary film Body Of War to our local theaters. Phone numbers here.
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