Thursday, March 17, 2011

Indigenous Alliance without Borders: March to Demand Peace 2011

March to Demand Peace - Bring the Soldiers Home - Fund Jobs NOT Wars

By Jose Matus, Yaqui, Indigenous Alliance without Borders

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Photo: Jose Matus with Zapatistas in Chiapas 1995/Copyright Brenda Norrell

TUCSON -- Join the March for Peace - Stop The War Bring the Soldiers Home! We (All People of Color and Others) need to March for Peace and bring our Troops home - We must unite to fight for our rights here at home! Fight for our Rights especailly here in Arizona against the bad state government policies and the negative Political environment. Fight for Jobs - Health Care and Self -Determination Rights!

Indigenous Alliance Without Borders - Strongly supports the March to Stop the Wars!!
Join us March 19th to demand peace!
End the Violence!
End the Wars!
On the 8th Anniversary of the Invasion Iraq ~ March and Rally in Tucson for
Peace in Iraq and Afghanistan
We demand that our government end the
wars and bring our tax money home for
jobs, education, health care, environmental
protection and other human needs.


Saturday, Mar 19, 2011

Gather 10:00am at Armory Park
(6th Ave.
one block south of Broadway)

March to DeAnza Park
(Speedway & Stone)
Rally at 12:00 noon

For info or to help,
contact Alan Gilbert at

End the Wars Coalition,
Tucson Veterans for Peace,
Jobs with Justice,
The Nuclear Resister,
Coalicion de Derechos Humanos,
Women's International League for Peace
and Freedom,
Progressive Democrats of America/Tucson,
Indigenous Alliance without Borders,
Salt of the Earth Labor College,
Code Pink,
Women in Black,
Arizona Peace Council,
Alliance for Global Justice,
Tucson Club CPUSA,
Pan Left Productions,
International Action Center of Tucson,
Committee to Stop FBI Repression,
Revolutionary Grounds Books and Coffee,
Green Party of Pima County,
Tucson Peace Center

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