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GPUS PAX: 3/18/06 Iraq 3rd Anniversary Actions

PEACE ACTION COMMITTEE CALL TO ACTION-MARCH 18 & 19

The Peace Action Committee of the US Green Party is calling Greens across the US to mark the 3rd anniversary of the invasion of Iraq by taking their opposition to war and injustice to the streets in local actions. Consider planning a local action on the weekend of March 18th and let us know so that we can update the website.  Please contact PAX co-secretaries Echo Steiner echo@pbcgreenparty.org and Joni LeViness
at myths16@cox.net.

PAX is endorsing the Troops Out Now call for March 18 & 19 – International Days of Action Against the War targeting military recruiting stations throughout the country.  Actions are planned for New York – Boston – Washington DC – Los Angeles – Baltimore – Detroit – San Francisco – Atlanta – Denver – – and dozens of
other cities across the country.   More information at www.troopsoutnow.org.  For NYC logistics please contact Rebecca Rotzler at rebelrot@yahoo.com.

Also, North Carolina Green Party is a proud co-sponsor of the Third Rally and March in Fayetteville, NC (near Ft. Bragg) to mark the anniversary of the official entry into this illegal and immoral war in Iraq.

Details about the March 18th event are below. For further details (housing, etc.)and to volunteer contact Elena Everett at greentararaider@yahoo.com

March 18 Fayetteville, NC Logistics: All the Basics! 
SATURDAY MARCH 18, 2006, MARCH AND RALLY

On Saturday, March 18, march participants will gather at the Cumberland County Health Center, 227 Fountainhead Lane, Fayetteville, North Carolina 28301.
  
>From the Airborne Museum, proceed up the hill on Hay Street to Fountainhead Lane. Turn left on
Fountainhead, and go one block. The Health Dept. parking lot will be on your left, with the Health Dept. itself beyond that.
  
Directions to the center are online at
http://www.co.cumberland.nc.us/health/Directions.html

Questions? Please contact PAX co-secretaries Echo Steiner echo@pbcgreenparty.org and Joni LeViness at myths16@cox.net.

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