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|Iraq Moratorium: Leafletting at Caltrain Stations|
|Date||Friday April 18|
|Time||7:30 AM - 9:00 AM|
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|Caltrain stations up and down the Peninsula!|
|eephoebe [at] hotmail.com|
Part of the Iraq Moratorium campaign, an escalating monthly series of actions demanding an end to the war. On the third Friday of every month, we are taking the time to show our President and Congress that our troops must be brought home, now!
We will be leafletting at Caltrain stations during the morning commute, asking commuters to take the Moratorium pledge and take action against the war. The effort requires at least two people per station to distribute leaflets and black ribbons between 7:30 a.m. and 9:00 a.m.
Not available on Friday morning? You can also leaflet at your local farmer's market or downtown shopping area on weekends; the Iraq Moratorium project is trying to get the word out as widely as possible, anywhen we can.
To coordinate and get materials, please contact Elaine Elbizri of the MoveOn District 14 Council at 650-796-5866 or eephoebe [at] hotmail.com.
For more information about the Iraq Moratorium project and to sign the pledge, visit http://www.iraqmoratorium.org.
Iraq Moratorium actions in the Peninsula and South Bay are organized and endorsed by: American Muslim Voice, Council of Churches of Santa Clara County, Declaration of Peace - San Mateo County, Friends of South Asia, Global Peace Partners, Gold Star Families Speak Out, Green Party - Santa Clara County, Jewish Voice for Peace - South Bay Chapter, Los Altos Voices for Peace, Mountain View Voices for Peace, MoveOn District 14 Council, Multifaith Voices for Peace and Justice, Pacifica Peace People, Peace Action of San Mateo County, Peace Umbrella - Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto, Peninsula Peace and Justice Center, Raging Grannies Action League, The Rebuilding Alliance, San Jose Peace Center, San Mateo County Democracy for America, South Bay Mobilization, Veterans for Peace, Womens International League for Peace and Freedom - Peninsula Branch