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SF Demonstration against the Wars Abroad and War At Home
We took to the streets again to unite our strengths to stop the wars, the budget cuts, the FBI raids on activist, and to protect Bradley Manning
We keep marching, maintaining our energy, and building on resistance born in the Middle East and Wisconsin. At the well-organized rally and march Sunday, April 10, we heard from speakers about brothers and sisters involved in social justice around the globe. We learned that ILWU Local 10 workers who shut down the ports here in solidarity with the April 4 We Are One march are under attack for their actions and need our support. We heard a messages from political prisoners Mumia Abu Jamal and Lynne Stewart. We heard another side of the "humnitarian" efforts in Libya. Calls for boycotting all GE products; makers of nuclear weapons and nuclear power plants; calls to support the Irvine 11 students now threatened with jail time for merely protesting a talk on their campus by the Israeli Ambassador; that activists in Chicago facing a Grand Jury for anti-war activism, and we demanded to know what the military is doing to Bradley Manning.
As we marched from Dolores Park through the Mission, people on the sidewalks cheered and drivers honked horns in support.
A Table for supporting Bradley Manning