March 20: The World Still Says No to War!
Momentum is building across the globe for the Global Day of Action against War and Occupation on March 20, 2004the one-year anniversary of the U.S. bombing and invasion of Iraq. On that day millions around the globe will take to the streets to say YES to peace and NO to pre-emptive war and occupation. Joining with growing numbers of military families and soldiers, we will call for an end to the occupation of Iraq and Bush's militaristic foreign policies. March 20 will be the first time the world's "other superpower" will take center stage since Feb. 15.
Save The Date! August 29, 2004, The World Says No to the Bush Agenda
United for Peace and Justice
In its most recent attempt to exploit the grief and fear that were provoked by September 11, the Republican Party pushed back its 2004 convention to August 28 through September 2, 2004, and will hold it in New York City, not far from Ground Zero. In response, on August 29, 2004, we will come together in New York City and in cities around the world to declare, The World Says No to Bush!
Peace Activists Target War Profiteers and "Corporate Looters" of Iraq
Institute for Southern Studies
DURHAM, N.C. Leading anti-war activists and organizations launched a new campaign today calling for an end to war profiteering by military contractors, and challenging what they call the second invasion of Iraq by powerful corporate interests seeking to control the countrys oil, water and other resources.