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Rally, March, Peace & Music Festival 5/2/10

visit Peace and Justice WebsiteJOIN US IN NEW YORK CITY!

Sunday, May 2, 2010 2:00-6:00 PM

International day of action: Rally, March, Peace & Music Festival

TRAINS LEAVING LONG ISLAND:

**Stony Brook – 10:17 am (contact: North Country Peace Group 631-875-8647 / ncpeaceg@gmail.com)

Huntington – 11:03 am (contact:  Charlotte 631-261-8590 / ajustpeace@optonline.net)

**Patchogue – 10:27 am (contact: Michelle 631-286-1803 / michellesantantonio@yahoo.com)

Ronkonkoma – 10:40 am (contact: Karen 631-875-8647 / rksrc2001@yahoo.com)

(*Group rates may apply. Orders for group rates must be confirmed by Friday, 4/15, please call or email ASAP if interested.) Long Island Peace Trains meeting at Penn Station waiting room 12:15 pm. Leave Penn Station at 12:45 when we will walk to assembly area (7th Ave. & South of 41st St.)

Rally from 2:00-3:30 pm; March at 3:30 pm across 42nd St to the UN;
4:00-6:00 – International Peace & Music Festival in Dag Hammarskjold Plaza. Join with thousands from around the world for an International Day of Action.  Bring your posters, your drums, your children and your neighbors to say to the world and the leaders who will come to the UN for the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference:

  • We want a Nuclear Free Future!
  • Fund Human Needs, Not War!
  • End the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan!
  • Protect the planet instead of destroying it with war and nuclear proliferation!

The Review Conference, to be held at the United Nations this May is a critical moment to make progress on nuclear disarmament.

However, attaining a future for humanity and our planet, creating the conditions for a world of peace, justice and genuine human security will only occur with the active encouragement of all civil society.

Join us in mobilizing for the International Day of Action for a Nuclear Free World in New York on May 2nd.Go to www.peaceandjusticenow.org for details on how you can support this action.

One Response

  1. If interested in the group tickets from Patchogue or Stony Brook, there still might be some time after Friday. Call or email asap.

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