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Antiwar And Pro- Impeachment In Virginia

Antiwar And Pro- Impeachment In Virginia

Total Recall: End the War
Impeach Bush & Cheney
Events in Charlottesville, Virginia

Town Hall Forum on the War in Iraq
Monday, March 13, 7 - 10 p.m. McLeod Auditorium, University of Virginia, school of nursing. FEATURING:

Two mothers who have lost children in the war, one American, one Iraqi

Lt. Col. Karen Kwiatkowski, retired from Office of the Secretary of Defense on Near East South Asia Policy, outspoken critic of the Pentagon's pre-war propaganda development.

Ray McGovern, veteran Army officer and retired 27-year CIA analyst, Co-Founder of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, witness at Congressional hearings on Downing Street Minutes.

Gael Murphy, Cofounder of CODE PINK Women for Peace, member of the Board of Directors of the International Occupation Watch Center, steering committee of United for Peace and Justice.
David Swanson, Cofounder of After Downing Street, Board member of Progressive Democrats of America, Washington Director of Democrats.com and Impeach PAC.

Film: "Occupation Dreamland"

Wednesday, March 15, 7 p.m. Wilson Hall 301, University of Virginia campus.
A film about a group of U.S. soldiers in Falluja.
Also sponsored by Critical Mass

March for Peace and Impeachment

Monday, March 20, 4 p.m.
March beginning at the Rotunda at the University of Virginia at 4 p.m. and marching to the Freedom of Expression Wall on the Downtown Mall near City Hall. Come prepared to buy a yard sign and carry it in the march, or bring your own posters, flags, noise makers, musical instruments.

Because three years of war is enough, and another day in office for Bush and Cheney is too much.

Charlottesville Center for Peace and Justice

http://www.charlottesvillepeace.org

Print a flyer:
http://www.afterdowningstreet.org/downloads/totalrecall.pdf

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