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Ten Years but Who is Counting? Accounts from the Frontlines
Sunday March 17
St John the Evangelist Church
110 Julian Ave
San Francisco, CA
St. John’s is located at the corner of 15th Street and Julian Avenue in San Francisco’s north Mission District. Our main entrance is on Julian. Wheelchair access is available on Caledonia Street. Please call the parish ahead of time if you need wheelchair access so that we can ensure that the pedestrian gate is open when you arrive.
The church is located one short block west and one block north of the 16th Street/Mission BART station. Several Muni bus lines pass nearby: 14-Mission, 22-Fillmore, 26-Valencia, 33-Stanyan, and 49-Van Ness/Mission.
Parking may be found for free on Julian, there is metered parking on other surrounding streets, and public garage on Hoff Street, one block south (parallel and between Valencia and Mission, and 16th and 17th). In addition, there is evening and weekend paid parking in the lots of the bank on the corner of Julian and 16th and on 14th Street between Valencia and Mission. The white zone on 15th Street may be used for brief periods for passenger unloading.
As we approach the 10th anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq, please join us for an evening of conversation about the war and its legacy.
Added to the calendar on Wednesday Mar 13th, 2013 12:32 PM
Joining us will be:
Iraqi journalist Haider Hamza, former Reuters & ABC wartime correspondent
Investigative reporter Aaron Glantz & author of 'The War Comes Home: Washington's Battle against America's Veterans'
Journalist Antonia Juhasz, author of 'The Tyranny of Oil'
This event is sponsored by:
Iraq Veterans Against the War: IVAW.org
Civilian Soldier Alliance: CivSol.org
The Catalyst Project: CreativeLiberation.org
American Friends Service Committee: AFSC.org
Citizens Reach Out