Saturday March 17, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM (Walnut Creek)
Peace March & Rally in Walnut Creek
Meet at 11 AM at Walnut Creek BART parking lot (corner of Ygnacio & California), then march to Civic Park (Civic and Broadway) for a noon rally.
Saturday, March 17th 2007 11:00 am (San Rafael)
The Big Peace March
Next Generation and the Marin Peace Action Team invite you to "The Big Peace March". An inspiring community march and festival for peace in Iraq on the 4-year anniversary of the invasion.
- 11am – Noon: Music and Gathering at San Rafael Plaza (downtown next to Bank of America)
- Noon – 1pm: Inspiring Peace Rally at the Plaza
- 1 – 2pm: March Through San Rafael
- 2 – 4pm: Peace Party at the Plaza</span>
Sunday March 18, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM (San Francisco)
March and Rally on the 4th Anniversary of the War on Iraq
Gather Justin Herman Plaza, 12 noon March to Civic Center - Info: 415-821-6545
Monday March 19, 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. (San Ramon/Walnut Creek - Chevron headquarters)
End Chevron's Oil Crimes from Richmond to Iraq!
Chevron World Headquarters, 6001 Bollinger Canyon Road, San Ramon, CA. 0.3 miles down the Bollinger Canyon Road Exit off Hwy 680S.
Support ongoing struggles against Chevron, its contribution to global climate chaos, and its role in driving wars for oil. Contribue to stepping-up the peace movement's resistance to war through non-violent direct action, advancing a systemic analysis of oil, war, and empire, and building movements that assert our power to stop thewar ourselves, instead of just relying on a Democratic Congress or presidential candidate to do it for us. Chevron is set to become a big winner in Iraq after four long years of war to transform Iraq's oil from a system all but closed to US Corporations, to one open to US corporate control. The brain-child of the Bush Administration and US Oil companies, the new Iraqi national oil law (if passed) would radically transform Iraq's oil system and give Chevron contracts to extract and control Iraqi oil for a generation. The law goes before the Iraqi Parliament within weeks! Nonviolent Direct Action trainings scheduled for March 10 and March 18 - Details coming soon!
Chevron's World Headquarters is accessible by shuttle or bike from the Walnut Creek BART station. Carpool/additional transportation details coming soon!
Chevron Action Coordination Meeting
MARCH 19 ACTION COORDINATING MEETING
Saturday, March 17, 7:00 PM - 9:00PM
New College of California
777 Valencia, Room 4 (between 18th and 19th in the Mission, SF)
16th Street BART
Monday March 19, 12 Noon - (San Francisco)
Die In to commemorate the War in Iraq 4th Anniversary
Stop Funding the War in Iraq
450 Golden Gate Ave (between Polk and Larkin)
San Francisco, California
Join us in front of Nancy Pelosi's San Francisco district office to urge her and her fellow Representatives to deny any White House war funding request and to support HR 508, The Bring Our Troops Home and Sovereignty of Iraq Restoration Act.
Tell Congress to support our troops by bringing them home to their friends and loved ones NOW!
Monday, March 19th 2007 6:45 PM (San Francisco)WE SAY OUT! VIGIL on the 4th anniversary of the Iraq War
Join MoveOn.org's candlelight vigil on the fourth anniversary of the war in Iraq. We will gather @ 6:45 pm. Sunset comes @ 7:21. By the time it is dark we will arrange ourselves to spell a giant OUT! for the cameras and hopefully the whole world to see. If you can, bring a candle or flashlight. Any clothes color is fine, but light colored or white clothing will stand out better in the dark. Come and join us for this solemn wrap-up to a weekend of protests and activities, and be part of creating the image *O*U*T*!* that we hope will go out over the wires internationally.
Please sign up ASAP @ http://political.moveon.org/event/iraq4/34598
We need an accurate count of attendees as soon as possible so we will know how big to make the letters!
Spread the word!
Justin Herman Plaza Market Street @ Embarcadero San Francisco CA 94102
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