Protest Actions Against the War in Afghanistan

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New York City Events

Stop the Afghan War
Wednesday, October 6
Noon:  Weekly Protest at Military Recruiting Center (Chambers Street West of West Broadway)

October 6 Union Square at 6:30 until... We are showing the video "Collateral Murder" on laptops and talking to people.  We will meet at 17th Street and University Place.  Bring your laptop and join us. We have plenty of the DVDs.   We did this in Washington Square Park last week.  We had a lot of good conversations with people both young and old.  By the way, we are looking to raise funds to buy a projector to present the video more dramatically (on buildings, screens, etc.).  Let us know if you can help ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ).

Thursday, October 7
 Fed up with war? Join the War Resisters League, Code Pink, World Can't Wait and others in saying No to a TENTH year of the war of the richest country in the world against one of the poorest!! 
5:00 until 7:00 pm
 Times Square Military Recruiting Center (at 43rd street between 7th Avenue and Broadway).

Teaneck, NJ

Join veterans, military families, and area residents to mark the 9th Anniversary of the start of the war on Afghanistan
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
 National Guard Armory 
Teaneck Rd and Liberty Road. Teaneck , NJ 07666
Vigil: 4:30 – 6:00 pm
Rally and Press Conference: 5:00 pm
Sponsored by: 
Military Families Speak Out, Bergen County Chapter 
Veterans for Peace, Chapter 21 NJ.
Teaneck Peace and Justice Coalition

Princeton, NJ


From 5:00-6:00 PM there will be a Vigil on Palmer Square in Princeton. Participants are encouraged to bring posters and/or banners, and some will be provide by CFPA. Literature giving reasons to oppose the war will also be distributed.

For further information on any of the above activities, call the Coalition for Peace Action at (609) 924-5022 or visit their web site

Morrisville, PA

Afghanistan 9th Anniversary Protest AT BRIDGE IN MORRISVILLE, PA

As the 9th anniversary of the Afghanistan war is reached, and the US enters its tenth year of war there, the Princeton-based Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) is organizing several Vigils in its region on Thursday, October 7.

From 4:30-6:00 PM, the Bucks and Eastern Montgomery chapters of CFPA are holding a Vigil on the Morrisville side of the Trenton Makes Bridge on Bridge Street in Morrisville. They will also be holding posters and banners.

For further information contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Seattle, WA

Rally and March, End Afghanistan Occupation

Saturday, October 9, 1:00-4:00 p.m. Rally and March, End Afghanistan Occupation, Bring Troops Home
Location: WESTLAKE PLAZA, 4th and Pine in downtown Seattle

Portland, OR

Anti-War Rally, March and Teach-in in Downtown Portland
October 9th
Downtown Portland (PSU area)
11:00 a.m. - rally, SW Park Blocks at Portland State University between SW Market and Clay
11:30 a.m. - march
1:00 p.m. - panel discussion related to teach-in
2:30 p.m. - workshops begin
(The event will end at approximately 3:30 p.m.)

More info at

Chicago, IL

On Saturday, October 9th at 7PM Chicago World Can't Wait will show the Wikileaks video "Collateral Murder" in Evanston. We will meet at the northwest corner of Davis St. and Sherman Ave. - next to the large red sculpture, just one short block east of the Davis Street Purple Line Stop.

Attend this event to help raise awareness of the crimes of our government and to engage more people in in our efforts toward ending them.

October 16 Rally and March
Midwest Regional March for Peace and Justice
End the Wars & Occupations NOW!
12:30 PM Rally at Michigan Ave. and Congress Parkway followed by march

Los Angeles, CA

*Stop the War in Afghanistan Now!
Join Anti-war activists, veterans, others at Protest Action

Hollywood Military Recruitment Center - 7080 Hollywood Blvd @ La Brea Ave.
Wednesday, October 6, 4:00 PM
contact:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

San Francisco, CA

Wednesday, October 6 7 AM - 8 AM
Demo at the Main Gate
Travis Air Force Base
Take Air Base Parkway off Interstate 80 and go south to the end of the road to the Main Gate. Immediately after Travis AFB rally, proceed to Cindy's court appearance in Fairfield.

Meet up 3:30 PM, at Cako Bakery, 211 O'Farrell Street (at Powell) in Downtown SF for a mock wedding procession to Union Square ending in a funeral march.  The wedding procession is set to begin at 4 PM. Wear white for the wedding and black clothing underneath for a quick change into the funeral. Fr Louie Vitale has agreed to bless the coffins. Die-in to take place in Union Square. Initiated by CODEPINK, Voices for Creative Nonviolence, Pax Christi USA and Foreign Policy in Focus

*Stop the War in Afghanistan Now!
Protest at Powell & Market in SF
Wednesday, October 6, 5:00 PM
More info: SF Bay Area Chapter: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 415.864.5153

New Haven, CT

Troops out now of Afghanistan and Iraq!
Money for jobs, education, housing and healthcare!
Arrest McChrystal for war crimes!
Thursday, October 7
6 pm @ Prospect Street at Grove Street
*Former Gen. Stanley McChrystal is now a professor at Yale.

Rochester, NY

Thursday, October 7
4:30 pm @ Federal Building (100 State St., Rochester)

Philadelphia, PA

Saturday, October 16
12 noon @ City Hall
March to Independence Mall for a Rally


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