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'Evening of' Vigils to Mark 2,000 US Troop Fatalities in Iraq
by Not in Our Name Bay Area
Monday Oct 24th, 2005 11:11 PM
On the evening of 2,000th military fatality in Iraq
"End the Occupation Now" Vigils

Wednesday, November 2 at 6:00 PM
"Day of the Dead" Anti-War Contingent
Not in Our Name Bay Area

On the evening of 2,000th military fatality in Iraq
"End the Occupation Now" Vigils

Oakland's Lakeside Park on Lake Merritt
Grand & Belleview band shell area (near Fairyland). 7:30 PM

San Francisco Veterans Building
Van Ness Ave across from City Hall. 7:00 PM

On the evening of the 2,000th reported US military fatality in Iraq, join Not in Our
Name, Veterans for Peace, United for Peace and Justice, American Friends Service
Committee, Gold Star Families for Peace, Military Families Speak Out, CodePink, and
many local peace and justice groups and concerned individuals in expressing grief
and outrage. We will light candles to remember and mourn the loss of US troops
killed in this unjust occupation, but we can not forget the tens of thousands of
Iraqis who have died as a result of our government's illegal and immoral war without

Other regional vigil locations include:
Alameda: Alameda City Hall, 2263 Santa Clara Ave. 7:00 PM
El Sobrante: El Sobrante Library, 4191 Appian Way. 6:30 PM
Lafayette: Mt Diablo Blvd and Moraga Road. 5:00 PM
Livermore: Lizzy Fountain (downtown). 6:00 PM
Mountain View: El Camino Real at Castro Street. 6:30 PM
Pacifica: Highway 1 at Linda Mar (Denny's corner). 6:00 PM
Palo Alto: El Camino Real at Embarcadero Road. 5:00 PM
Santa Rosa: Courthouse Square. 6:00 PM
Walnut Creek: Ygnacio and North California. 5:00 PM
Walnut Creek: Civic Park, Broadway and Civic Drive. 6:30 PM

Nationwide listing of locations:


Tuesday, October 25 at 8 PM
Televising the Revolution
El Rio
3158 Mission St. at Cesar Chavez, San Francisco

Resisting the Military, Inside and Out: Counter-recruitment and GI Resistance.
Showing a selection of short films including: Military Myths, Arlington West, People
Power Can Stop the War: Shutting Down the Oakland Recruiting Station. Hosted by
Courage to Resist organizer Lori Hurlebaus, Gulf War military resister Jeff
Paterson, and Susan Quinlan of CCCO.

A monthly radical film series presented by the Heads Up Collective. A benefit for
Courage to Resist and Alternatives to War Through Education


Friday, October 28 at 4:30 PM
Rally to Unmask Clear Channel!
Clear Channel HQ
340 Townsend Street, San Francisco

Unplug Racist Radio * Art * Hip Hop * Street Theater

Join us as we unmask Clear Channel's agenda. Station KNEW refers to immigrants as
"vermin," people of color as "criminals," and promotes physical violence against our

KNEW is Clear Channel's true face unmasked - it's home to almost every well-known
hate radio host, including Michael Savage and Bill Bennett.

Sponsored & Supported by: Youth Media Council, CODEPINK, Not in Our Name, Ronald
Reagan Home for the Criminally Insane, Accion Latina, Eastside Arts Alliance, Media
Alliance, La Pena, Youth Movement Records, Global Exchange, Company of Prophets and
many more!

For more infomation:


Wednesday, November 2 at Noon
The World Can't Wait!
Drive Out the Bush Regime!
San Francisco Civil Center

November 2 must be a massive and public proclamation that WE REFUSE TO BE RULED IN
THIS WAY. November 2 must call out to the tens of millions more who are now
agonizing and disgusted. November 2 will be the beginning -- a giant first step in
forcing the Bush regime to step down, and a powerful announcement that we will not
stop until he does so -- and it will join with and give support and heart to people
all over the globe who so urgently need and want this regime to be stopped. Endorsed
by Not in Our Name, CODEPINK, and many others.

For more information:


Wednesday, November 2 at 6:00 PM
"Day of the Dead" Anti-War Contingent
Garfield Park, San Francisco
25th Street between Treat and Harrison

Join Not in Our Name in making an artistic and political contribution to the SF
Mission's annual Day of the Dead march. Help create an alter to all of those killed
as result of our government's immoral war in Iraq.

For more information:


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