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UQ Wire: DC Weekend & 911Truth.Org Activities

Distribution via the Unanswered Questions Wire .

Historic Weekend in DC and 911Truth.Org Activities


911Truth.Org will have a significant presence throughout this weekend's historic anti-war/peace march and festival, sponsored by United for Peace & Justice and International A.N.S.W.E.R./Troops Out Now Coalition, and we need your help to make that happen!

Earlier this week, ANSWER included the following statement in their email alert: "What is necessary to bring about real change, progressive change, is a mass, grassroots people’s movement that brings together the struggles against war and occupation abroad, with the movements for justice at home."

They could not be more accurate! 9/11 Truth is the core "movement for justice at home," and we need 9/11 Truth people on the ground in DC to help share that message with activists attending from across the nation. These diverse folks joining the struggle for an end to war in all its forms need to understand that 9/11 IS the key to "unplugging the war machine."

Here's an updated informational announcement from Gabriel Day, 911Truth.Org Outreach Director: For those of you going to DC who would like to connect with other 9/11 truth activists, we will be meeting at the Einstein Memorial at 2101 Constitution Ave NW ( 21st St NW at Constitution Ave) between 9-10:00 am on Saturday morning, 9/24, before the march. We will have outreach handout flyers and a small supply of the placards to pass out. At 10 am the all-day Peace & Justice Festival begins on the Washington Memorial grounds under 18 20' by 60' tents--if you don't find us at the Einstein Memorial go to the festival tents and look for us at the 911Truth.Org and Peace Resource Project tables ( on Saturday until 10PM and Sunday, 10AM-6PM. For more info contact: Gabriel Day (831-325-3135) or Les Jamieson (917-658-0132).

Ride and Housing boards are up at UFPJ & ANSWER websites if you are looking for last-minute arrangements.

For those of you who are unable to make it to DC this weekend, there are many events being organized across the US at which you can also do 9/11 Truth outreach. We have flyers available--email us for copy ( Information on those events can also be found at the UFPJ/ANSWER websites.

Anyone who is able to take photos of this weekend's events can help by forwarding those to who will continue to update the 911Truth in Action photo albums. And please share written reports of your experiences, as well. Thank you!

Finally, whether or not you can join a march or rally this weekend, 911Truth.Org is in dire need of donations to help pay for this weekend's efforts, as well as our ongoing outreach, education, and projects. As you know, 911Truth.Org is funded strictly by the donations of each of you...individual activists who understand the critical importance of 9/11 Truth. To every one of you who have donated, please accept our heartfelt thanks. To those of you who have not yet done so, please consider what you can donate today. We've made it very easy on the website ( to donate either online or through the mail (and, of course, it's tax-deductible). Please believe us when we say that every donation, no matter how small or large, is genuinely appreciated. Thank you for sharing what you can!

May we all experience a powerful weekend! And may justice prevail!

Toward peace through truth,

911Truth.Org Steering Committee:
Janice Matthews, Executive Director
Gabriel Day, Outreach Director
Jan Hoyer, Art Director
Les Jamieson, Northeast Program Coordinator
David Kubiak, International Campaign Advisor
Bryan Sacks, Content Editor


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