peace & nonviolence

New Orleans, LA USA

Anti-Iraq War, Anti-USA PATRIOT Act, 9-11 TRUTH, Anti-Bush, Anti-neocon march and demonstration, featuring Lueren Moret, international Depleted Uranium expert and activist, Avery Friend, 13 year old activist and many other speakers from the New Orleans/Baton Rouge Anti-war community

New Orleans, Louisiana Cogo Square, Louie Armstrong Park North Rampart New Orleans LA

Ward Reilly
225 766 1364 read more »

Baton Rouge, LA USA

candlelight peace vigil

University Presbyterian Church. At the corner of State and Dalrymple on the Louisiana State University campus 3240 Dalrymple Drive Baton Rouge LA 70802

Jim Hanifen read more »

Mark the 2-year anniversary of war with a vigil for peace.

Town center -- intersection of Concord Rd and Rt 27. Park behind Town Hall. 322 Concord Rd Sudbury MA 01776


When: Sunday, March 20 2005 @ 01:00 PM - 04:00 PM

Where: Boston Common
Boston City Hall
Boston, MA

Description: NO MANDATE FOR WAR! Protest the Iraq War MARCH 20th BOSTON COMMON 1 PM: Anti-war groups all over the world are planning demonstrations on March 19th and 20th to show their opposition to the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq. Many national organizations, as well as United For Peace and Justice, havecalled for local demonstrations all over the U.S. For more information on the Boston march, visit: read more »

When: Saturday, March 19 2005 @ 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Where: First Parish Church of Stow and Acton
Routes 62 and 117
Stow, MA

Description: To mark the second anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq War, the Social Action Committee at First Parish Church of Stow and Action will be holding an all-day Peace Vigil on Saturday, March 19, in front of the Church at the intersections of Routes 62 and 117. read more »

March 19 March and Rally Will Be Largest in Fayetteville Since Vietnam War FAYETTEVILLE, NCâ€"Members of Iraq Veterans Against the War, Military Families Speak Out, and Gold Star Families for Peace will march here with Veterans for Peace, Vietnam Veterans Against the War and thousands of other peace activists from around the country to mark the 2nd anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq. Fayetteville, which characterizes itself as one of the most "military-friendly" towns in the US, is home to Ft. Bragg and the Army's 82nd Airborne Division, and is adjacent to Pope Air Force Base. read more »

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