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* MARCH ROUTE
The march leaves the Park Blocks at Salmon St at 1:30 PM, heads east to SW 1st (World Trade Center), south to Main St, then west toward Broadway. The march will stop at SW 4th and Main to address Occupy Portland. Once at Broadway, it will head south to Clay, west to 12th, and then north to Main St and the First Unitarian Church.
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10 Years in Afghanistan: End the Wars-Bring Our $$ Home

 
Peace and Justice Works
  Iraq Affinity Group
  PO Box 42456
  Portland, OR 97242
  (503) 236-3065 (Office)
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  http://www.pjw.info/Iraq.html

Calendar/News Item

For immediate release        October 13, 2011

                   Contact: Dan Handelman, Peace and Justice Works 503-236-3065


RALLY, MARCH AND FORUM TO MARK
ANNIVERSARY OF 2001 AFGHAN INVASION
October 15, 2011 event to tie the economy to America's ongoing wars

On Saturday, October 15, 2011, there will be an action protesting the 10th anniversary of the US invasion of Afghanistan and the effects of wars and occupations on the economy. The event begins with a rally at 1 PM in Shemanski Park (South Park Blocks at Salmon St), and a march at 1:30 PM will bring participants to the First Unitarian Church for a 2:30 PM forum. The theme of the event will be "10 Years in Afghanistan: End the Wars-Bring Our $$ Home." Speakers at the rally and forum will also address these topics:

--Self Determination for the Middle East
--End Militarism
--Money for Jobs and Health Care
--Protect Human and Civil Rights

The forum speakers will be PSU sociology professor Veronica Dujon, Lewis and Clark College economics professor Mar