Monday, February 19, 2007

Anti-war events this week

Youth Anti-War Rally-SF Federal Building
Thursday, Feb 22, 4:30
SF Federal Building
Students from 55 schools across the Bay Area have collected thousands of
signatures on a petition to Nancy Pelosi demanding that she and Congress cut
the military funding for the illegal and immoral occupation of Iraq. Join us
at the rally on Thursday February 22 to tell Pelosi to respect the mandate
of the people. (More info below -- All ages welcome). Also, if you'd know
students who might want to sign or distribute the petition, please get back
to us!
Eric Blanc, for the ad-hoc coalition of bay area youth against war
, 415-646-6469

War Tax Resistance Workshops
Are you ready to stop paying for war?
More than half of our federal income taxes are used to wage war.
Come find out about your options for conscientious objection.
Berkeley: Saturday February 24, 2-4:30pm
3122 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA
(1 block East of Ashby BART)
San Francisco: Sunday, March 4, 2-4:30pm
San Francisco Friends Meeting
65 9th Street
Between Market and Mission
Near Civic Center BART
All events are free and wheelchair accessible.
For more information: Northern California War Tax Resistance
(510) 843-9877 € http://www.nowartax.org

COMMUNITY FUNDRAISER DINNER WITH HELGA AGUAYO
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2007
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
War Memorial Veterans Building, 2nd Floor
401 Van Ness Avenue (across from City Hall), San Francisco
Please join us for a community dinner with Agustin¹s wife Helga Aguayo
to raise funds for the Aguayo family¹s legal and travel expenses. Agustin
faces a military court martial in Germany, and seven year¹s in prison, on
March 6 for refusing to return to Iraq. For nearly three years, he has
unsuccessfully fought the Army for a conscientious objector discharge.
For more information about the Aguayo¹s, including leaflets, videos, etc.:
and

SPEAKING FIERCE-Celebrate International Women's Day
An Evening of Art, Poetry, Music and Dance
Thursday, March 8, 2007
6:30-9:00pm
First Congregational Church- Reidenbach Hall
2501 Harrison Street (@ 27th), Oakland
Tickets $5-15, No one turned away for lack of funds
FEATURING
Eli Painted Crow, Retired Army Veteran
Anuradha Bhagwati, Former Marine Captain
JamaeSori, Korean Women's Drumming Group
Aimee Suzara, Powerful Spoken Word
Kaylah Marin, Singer/Songwriter
Art in Action Women
Aimee Allison, Conscientious Objector
For more info, call 510-444-2700 x305
www.coloredgirls.org

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