Bus from Charlotte to January 27 National March On Washington!
The bus will leave Charlotte at 12:01 am on January 27 and will leave DC to return at approximately 6:00 pm on the same day after the march. We will leave from the Unitarian Universalist Church at 234 N. Sharon Amity Rd, Charlotte, NC, 28211. (However, you must contact us if you want to come, don’t just show up, so that we may accommodate everyone.)
The cost is $50 round trip.
You can pay online using the donation link on our web page www.geocities.com/nomorevictims/support and specify it’s for Jan. 27 bus.
If you can't pay online, you must contact us to make other arrangements at 704-492-8527 or email@example.com.
Donations are needed to cover costs and provide scholarships to low income persons & students that want to attend. Donations may be sent to Action Center For Justice, 7100 Mapleridge Dr, Charlotte, NC 28210 or you can donate online using the link at www.geocities.com/nomorevictims/support and note Jan 27 sponsor.
Full and partial scholarships will be given to students/low-income persons as available. Contact us at 704-492-8527 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a scholarship.
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(Note: this is a word document. It will not look right unless you view it in “Print Layout View” however it should print out correctly regardless.)
Sat., January 27 National March on Washington – Tell Congress to “Stop funding war & occupation!” Reserve your seat today!
Assemble on the National Mall, between 3rd and 7th Streets, at 11 am. March will kick off at 1pm.
This past Saturday had the third highest daily death toll for U.S. troops, at least 25 killed, and an untold number of Iraqis killed, in addition to all the troops & Iraqis wounded and maimed. Bush’s so called surge has only just begun and already the death and carnage is increasing.
As the death toll in Iraq continues to rise -- more than 3,000 U.S. soldiers and more than 600,000 Iraqis -- President Bush has made it clear that he has no intention of bringing the troops home. In fact, he has begun sending over 21,000 more troops to Iraq and is threatening war against Iran and Syria while U.S. gunships have recently shot down Somali people in the streets.
It is equally clear that Congress, despite their clear mandate to bring the troops home, plans to vote for another $130 billion dollars in war spending this spring. The only way we will stop the war is if we stay in the streets. Get on the Action Center For Justice bus to Washington for January 27!
Join us for the January 27 March on Washington, organized by United for Peace and Justice and hundreds of other national and local groups. We will march to demand the Immediate, Complete, Unconditional withdrawal of all occupying forces from Iraq---no timetables, no surge, not another penny for war and occupation. Bring the Troops Home Now -- Money for Jobs, Healthcare, and Education, Not War!
For more information contact Action Center For Justice at 704-492-8527 or see http://www.charlotteaction.org/.
For national details and info see http://www.unitedforpeace.org/.
March 17 – 18 Worldwide Protests on 4th Anniversary of the U.S. Invasion & Occupation of Iraq
March 17 National March on Washington
March 18 Rally in Charlotte, NC
Bring the Troops Home Now! Stop the war at home and abroad! Money for Jobs, Healthcare, and Education, Not War!
How You Can Help:
Endorse the ACJ plans for March 17 & our March 18 Rally in Charlotte. Email name, address, phone (& organization & title if applicable-state if organization endorses or is for id only) to email@example.com with endorse as the subject
Read & endorse the Troops Out Now Coalition call for March 17 - Washington DC - http://www.troopsoutnow.org/mar17.html
Volunteer to help with Charlotte area plans-
email firstname.lastname@example.org with volunteer as subject
Donate to help with organizing expenses -
Action Center For Justice