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NYC March to End the War: Sun. March 18, 2007

For those who wish to march in the city, see below.

For those who wish to stay on Long Island, see the Huntington event here. 

On Sunday afternoon, March 18th, United for Peace and Justice/NYC is calling on New Yorkers to join us in the streets to mark the 4th anniversary of the disastrous war and occupation of Iraq.

We will be assembling for the march at 1 pm on 35th through 39th Streets, East of 6th Avenue. Please enter from 5th Avenue.

At 2 pm, we will begin the march, walking up 6th Ave, east across 42nd St., up 3rd Ave. past the offices of Senators Clinton and Schumer, east across 57th St. and down 2nd Ave. to Dag Hammerskjold Plaza for a Peace and Justice Fair. If you would like a table at the Peace and Justice Fair, you can send an email to ny_pda@yahoo.com

By the end of the week, there will be a map of the march route on our website, including the assembly area for march contingents. Requests for contingent locations can be sent to ufpjnyc@unitedforpeace.org

The main web-site for United for Peace and Justice also includes a searchable events calendar, where you may find an event in your area, wherever you live.

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