Announcements, October 2004, www.aljazeerah.info
Don't miss this powerful exhibit on national tour.
Since time is short for spreading the word,
please send this email on to others.
EYES WIDE OPEN:
The Human Cost of the Iraq War
1,063+ empty combat boots bearing nametags of
U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq and a 24-foot memorial wall
listing 10,000 Iraqi civilian deaths will be displayed.
Intersection of Peachtree St. & Auburn Ave. in downtown Atlanta
2 blocks north of the Five Points MARTA Station
TUES. OCT. 19 10 AM UNTIL DUSK
PRESS CONFERENCE AT 11 AM
Dr. Joseph Lowery, convener of the Georgia Coalition
for the People’s Agenda, and Denise Thomas and Howard
Wolf, parents of Iraq War service members, will speak.
The exhibit is sponsored and being brought to Atlanta by
American Friends Service Committee Southeast Regional Office
For more information and to help with the exhibit,
contact Sean Tenney 404-586-0460 x19 or email@example.com
Platform for Political Activism: Oct 27th
For over a decade, students, religious, labor, veterans, human rights, and social/global justice groups have been converging every November at the gates of Fort Benning, GA to speak out in solidarity with the people of the Americas and to engage in nonviolent direct action. We will gather again this year on November 20 and 21 to continue together in the struggle until the School of the Americas is closed and the policies it represents are changed forever!
For the upcoming School of the Americas(SOA)demo (http://www.soaw.org/new/)
we'll have two events at Georgia Tech, sponsored by Amnesty International and prepared by faculty and students at Tech. The first is scheduled on Oct.27'th,official announcement will follow soon.
We also like to offer a platform for political activism. If you have material,films, speakers etc. for political/human rights issues, we can offer you facilities, advertisement, profs and students to participate in the event.
Just e-mail me.
Wolfgang Geist (Georgia Tech, Physics)
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