Posted by Lilly from ? (220.127.116.11) on Wednesday, October 23, 2002 at 4:20PM :
STOP THE WAR AGAINST IRAQ BEFORE IT STARTS!
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26
WASHINGTON DC and SAN FRANCISCO
ONLY THE PEOPLE CAN STOP THE WAR!
JOIN US ON OCTOBER 26, 2002!
Over 1500 anti-war, civil rights, labor, student and other forces have endorsed. To endorse this call, please
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT THE ANSWER WEB SITE:
Initial Endorsers (Partial List)
A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition, Free Palestine Alliance (FPA-US), Muslim American Society Freedom Foundation, National Lawyers Guild
Dr. Hans Christof von Sponek, former director of the UN Oil for Food Program, Ramsey Clark, former U.S. attorney general
Coalition for World Peace, Bishop Thomas Gumbleton, Auxillary Bishop, Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit
Rev. Graylan Hagler, Senior Minister, Plymouth Congregational Church, Dorothy Day Catholic Worker
Muslim Student Association, Partnership for Civil Justice - LDEF, IFCO/Pastors for Peace, Mexico Solidarity Network,
Nicaragua Network, Korea Truth Commission, Office of the Americas, International Action Center, Kensington Welfare Rights Union
Middle East Children's Alliance, Bayan USA-International, Orange County Peace & Freedom Party, Orange County Veterans For Peace
ANSWER Los Angeles Steering Committee:
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Comm. (LA-Orange County), BAYAN International USA, Free Palestine Alliance (FPA-US),
Palestinian American Women's Association, International Action Center
Buses are filling up rapidly for the massive demonstration to Stop the War on Iraq on Oct. 26. Buses are leaving from locations throughout the region including CENTRAL LOS ANGELES, PLUS L.A., ORANGE, RIVERSIDE, SAN BERNARDINO, and SAN DIEGO Counties. Call for departure site information.
TAKING THE BUS IS EASY!
The buses take you directly to the protest and pick you up after the demonstration at the final rally site for the return trip. It's about a 24-hour trip. Departure is at 11:45 PM on Friday, Oct. 25 and return around Midnight on Saturday, October 26.
The cost is $40 round trip, or $35 for those on fixed/low income or students.
The opening rally begins at 11:00 am at Justice Herman
Plaza. The march begins at 1:00 PM and goes to the Civic
Center for a final rally. The final rally at the civic
Center will end at about 4:00 PM
Call (213) 487-2458
TO BUY YOUR BUS TICKETS BY PHONE if you have Master Card or Visa.
Or drop by our office at 422 S. Western Avenue
between 10:00 am and 8:00 PM weekdays, or 11:00 - 4:00 PM Saturdays.
Bring food and water for the trip. The buses are full size tour buses with bathrooms. We will be making rest stops
along the way with food services and bathrooms available. Dress in layers with something warm for SF.
Volunteers are needed at the demonstration! Monitors, distributors,
fund raising volunteers are needed. Plan to check in at the volunteers table to help facilitate the march.
For more information call (213) 487-2458
BUSES ARE COMING FROM THE FOLLOWING STATES:
Alabama, Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland
Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina
Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington
Washington DC, West Virginia, Wisconsin , & others!
GET ON THE BUS TO DC!!!
to find transportation details and contact information.
If you're organizing from your city, help get people to DC
and SF by filling out the form at
so we can let others know about local transportation.
***WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IF YOU'RE TRAVELING TO DC***
The October 26 protest to Stop the War on Iraq Before it
Starts will begin at 11 am in Constitution Gardens, which
is adjacent to the Vietnam Veterans War Memorial. We will
rally and then march to the White House.
For detailed driving directions to DC, go to
http://www.mapquest.com/directions/main.adp and enter
"Constitution Ave. and 21st St. NW" as your destination.
The rally gathering site is at 21st St. and Constitution
Ave. NW; this is Constitution Gardens adjacent to the
Vietnam Veterans War Memorial. Buses and vans can drop
passengers off at this location. Buses cannot park here,
but they can pull up and unload on the south side of
After an opening rally at the Vietnam Veterans War
Memorial, we will march to the White House, and then march
back to our starting location. So bus pick up will be the
same location as bus drop off: 21st St. and Constitution
Buses can park at RFK stadium. The cost of parking for the
day will be $30 and buses must pay when they enter the
parking lot. The bus drivers should indicate that they are
with the A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition event. The buses can
remain there for the day.
A map of RFK stadium showing the parking areas can be
. RFK Stadium is located in southeast DC and can be
reached by driving East on Independence Ave. towards the
Anacostia River (the stadium is located just past 19th St.
Please note: Buses should not travel to RFK Stadium before
dropping off passengers. Large groups taking the metro
from RFK to the rally site will be very time consuming and
result in passengers being late for the march. Please drop
all passengers off at the rally site and return to the
rally site for pick up.
VAN/CAR PARKING INFORMATION
It may be possible to find street parking for cars and
vans. The earlier you arrive, the more likely it is that
you will find a parking space, as they fill up fast (this
is a busy area for tourists). Most meter spaces in this
area do not have to be paid on Saturdays.
If you are unable to find street parking, there are
several parking lots within 3/4 of a mile of the rally
site. Those lots only take cars. To park vans, you will
have to drive to a parking lot slightly farther away.
A list of area parking lots for cars and vans can be found
by going to
and scrolling down to "van/car parking information."
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN DC
The closest metro station to 21st St. and Constitution
Ave. NW (Constitution Gardens adjacent to the Vietnam
Veterans War Memorial) is the Foggy Bottom-GWU stop on the
blue/orange line. From there, it is a 3/4 mile walk to the
site (walk south on 23rd St., then turn left on
Constitution Ave. and walk two blocks to 21st St.).
Volunteers will be stationed at the Foggy Bottom metro
station to help direct people to the site.
For a DC metro map, go to
http://www.wmata.com/metrorail/systemmap.cfm . For
directions from your starting location, click here to use
the "plan your trip" feature on the DC Metro website. Just
enter your starting location and "21st St. and
Constitution Ave. NW" as your ending location, and you
will receive detailed subway/bus directions.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, SEE: http://internationalanswer.org/campaigns/o26/logistics.html
FOR DETAILS ABOUT THE SAN FRANCISCO PROTEST, SEE: http://internationalanswer.org/campaigns/o26/logisticssf.html
RESERVE YOUR BUS TICKET TODAY!
to find transportation details and contact information.
For a Partial List of Endorsers, see
TO ENDORSE, go to
HELP GET THE WORD OUT! Download flyer at: http://www.internationalanswer.org/campaigns/resources/index.html
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