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CONVOY TO MILITARY BASES:
Ft Bragg, Fayetteville, North Carolina (3/19)
Debbie Liebers: Debbie...@aol.com, 910.425.6036
Ft. Jackson, Columbia, South Carolina (3/20)
David Matos: aiken_pe...@yahoo.com, 803.215.3263
Fort Stewart, Georgia (3/21)
Cathy Browning: cjb1...@yahoo.com, 912.996.6523
Jacksonville, Florida (3/22)
Will end up in Kiln and Pascagoula, Mississippi, where there will be a
week-long rebuilding project to help families affected by Hurricane
This rally and caravan will be a great opportunity to reach out to
active duty men and women to build opposition from within the ranks,
while maintaining a focus on the thousands of families still
languishing after hurricane Katrina as we spend billions a week in Iraq.
I sincerely thank you all for the support and encouragement you give
us each week with your donations, phone calls and letters.
With your help, we will bring our troops home.
In Peace and Solidarity,
Iraq Veterans Against the War"
Veterans For Peace Announce Fayetteville & Convoy To The Bases
From: Veterans For Peace v...@veteransforpeace.net
The different military towns we will visit and the names and contact
information of local organizers are set forth below.
If you can help organize, please contact the appropriate person.
We will stop in the cities adjacent to Fort Jackson, Fort Stewart,
Mayport/Jacksonville Naval Stations, Fort Benning, and Maxwell-Gunter
Air Force Base.
On this trip our actions will include showing `Sir! No Sir!' and `The
Ground Truth', giving copies of these DVDs free to active duty
soldiers along with the GI Rights pocket card. We will explain the
Appeal for Redress to active duty soldiers and ask that they consider
Fayetteville: Activities Schedule
Mar 13, 2007 Veterans For Peace
Friday, March 16th:
11am: Press Conference at the Quaker House, 223 Hillside Ave. Some of
the Vets traveling with the caravan should attend, if all possible.
The press will want details on the caravan.
11:00am: 2:00 Visit local popular restaurants where soldiers have lunch
4:30pm: The hospitality room will open at the Prince Charles Hotel on
Hay St. We will be in the Azalea Room 2.
7-8pm: Veterans For Peace meeting. Prince Charles Hotel on Hay St in
the Azalea Room 2
8-11:30pm: Hospitality room may be used for visiting, networking and
planning. Working Films of Wilmington will be showing DVDs in one
corner of the room.
Saturday, March 17th:
10:30 Pre-Rally show and set up for March
12pm: March begins to Rowan Street Park
Saturday night: Visit local bars to network with military
Saturday night: Hospitality room at hotel will be opened until 11pm
Sunday, March 18th---
11am: Michael McPherson will speak to the Unitarians Unitarian
Universalist Congregation of Fayetteville, 106-108 Hay St.,
4pm-6pm: Vigil at the Gates of Ft Bragg
6:30: Dinner at the Quaker House for the Vets provided by the
Unitarians. Meeting for Reflection and Skill Building, Contact in
Conflict: Clarity for Change I, provided by Sunny Miller of the
Traprock Peace Center
Monday, March 19th:
9:00-10:30 Quaker House: Meeting for Reflection and Skill Building,
Contact in Conflict: Clarity for Change II, provided by Sunny Miller
of the Traprock Peace Center
10:30-2pm: Visit local popular restaurants where soldiers have lunch
5pm: Meet for pizza at Spinners on Raeford Rd
7pm: Veterans and Their Families Speak Out ----First Christian
Church, Disciples of Christ, 1505 Fort Bragg Rd Sponsored by
Fayetteville Peace With Justice
Point of Contact:
314-725-6005 ext. 102
"The single largest failure of the anti-war movement at this point is
the lack of outreach to the troops." Tim Goodrich, Iraq Veterans
Against The War
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