Youth & Student ANSWER Planning Meeting for J19 and Future Actions Against War!

Starting Date: 01-18-2003
Starting Time: 6:00pm

Church Of The Brethren (4th St. And North Carolina
Washington, District of Columbia
United States
(202) 544-3389
Come to a youth & student meeting to discuss the January 19th actions and future actions against war and racism.
Saturday, January 18, 2003 6 pm
@ the Church of the Brethren
4th St. and North Carolina Ave. SE
*walking distance from the demonstration*
(snacks will be provided)

As you know tens of thousands of people will be converging in Washington D.C. for the weekend of January 18th to take a stand against War and Racism. On the buses traveling from all over the country will be anti-war activists, labor unionists, members of various religious communities, long time fighters for civil rights and women?s rights as well as those who have never before been to a demonstration. Undoubtedly the majority of these diverse participants will be students and young people. In addition to playing a vital role in the anti-war movement, the January 18-19 weekend presents an opportunity for us to take action and develop plans for future action.

Be a part of Youth and Student ANSWER, while you work to stop a war against Iraq, build a movement that upholds the right of self-determination for the people of the world and stands in solidarity with the struggles across the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Latin America against U.S. intervention and neo-colonial domination. Help build a student movement that fights racism, police brutality, attacks on education, and all manifestations of oppression and exploitation. We are fighting for a different society, one that values human needs over profit.

What you should do if you?re interested:

1) Spread the word! Forward this email to everyone you know, and tell them to post it widely. A downloadable PDF of a flyer will be available soon.

2) Contact us if you have questions. Email
or call 202-544-3389.

3) Fill out the Student Organizing Form.

Sponsored by:
Youth and Student A.N.S.W.E.R.

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