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NO WAR on SYRIA - what are YOU willing to DO to prevent war?
Date Tuesday September 03
Time 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location Details
Several: wherever our representatives have an office - and even at their homes!
SF Federal Building, 1 Post St, and 70 Washington St in Oakland (Jack London Square)
Event Type Protest
Organizer/Authorxan joi
Emailjoiyssey60 [at]
STAND today Tuesday, and every day as long as it takes to PREVENT WAR! Until Congress votes NO attack against Syria! 8a.m. til 6pm!

Bring cell phones, banners & signs, petitions, phone booths, ironing boards! Gather in front of your representative’s office:

• 90 7th St (Mission & 7th, SF) Powell BART: Feinstein
• 1 Post St (Montgomery & Market) Montgomery BART: Pelosi
• 70 Washington St, Oakland (Jack London Square): Boxer

Commit morning rush hour, lunch hour, one hour, 8 hours – however strongly you feel about preventing war, & are willing and able to put aside your everyday life as usual to BE THERE!


We can't complain Congress, Senate, Prez are not listening if we're not shouting at the top of our lungs!~!
Added to the calendar on Sunday Sep 1st, 2013 1:38 PM

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by Register Peace & Freedom or Green
Sunday Sep 1st, 2013 6:49 PM
Pelosi is at 7th Street, Feinstein is at Post & Market. This is a good idea. We need to see lots more daily protests at all House of Representative and US Senator offices at whatever daytime hours you have. Pelosi actually had the nerve to open her mouth and support bombing Syria. See

So long as there is robot voting for Pelosi, Feinstein & Boxer, giving them a blank check to vote anyway they please, they must be picketed with protesters. At the very least, you will teach people to stop being robots and to think about for whom they vote. These 3 millionaires have absolutely nothing to offer the workingclass, the 80% of us who sell our labor for less than $80,000 a year.

Encourage a change in voter registration to save the 2 good, pro-peace parties on the ballot, Peace & Freedom Party and the Green Party.
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