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blog and list-serve.
March in solidarity with students and youth from
across the country on Saturday January 27th in D.C.
Join the Campus Anti-War Network, Members of SDS, and
World Can’t Wait in this Unified Youth and Student
The final meeting place for the unified student and
youth contingent will be on the steps of the
Smithsonian Institute at 11 AM. It’s the red brick
building on the mall, next to Hirshorn, and near the
Air and Space Museum. The address is 900 Jefferson
For a visual representation please see the following
link, note that the UFPJ rallying point is on the Mall
between 3rd and 7th. The Smithsonian is right across
the street, we will all congregate together and then
head over to the rally as a strong and unified
The closest Metro strop is the “Smithsonian” Metro on
the blue/orange lines. As you exit the metro you will
probably be in the middle of a large demonstration (I
believe it has two exists, one drops you off on
Independence, the other in the middle of the park),
and you can also check the street signs or ask anyone
around for directions should you need them.
Iowa for example will be riding the Metro in from
Shady Grove and will be getting off at Gallery Place –
Chinatown, which drops us off 6 blocks north of the
mall on 7th street. Not a bad walk.
Troops Out Now!
See you in D.C
Coordinating Committee of the Campus Anti-War Network
University of Northern Iowa Students for Social Justice
Rally and March information and some after march events:
11:30 a.m.— Rally on the National Mall, between 3rd and 7th streets.
Speakers include Jesse Jackson, California representative Maxine
Waters, Ohio representative Dennis Kucinich, actress Rhea Perlman,
Salt Lake City mayor Rocky Anderson, and Bob Watada, father of Lt.
Ehren Watada, the first military officer to refuse deployment in Iraq,
now facing court-martial.
1 p.m.— March to the Capitol. For the exact route and a full list of
contingents and feeder marches, see http://www.unitedforpeace.org
5:00 – “What is next in the US occupation of Iraq? Why should the troops
come home now?” with Anthony Arnove, and special guests including
Kelly Dougherty, co-founder of Iraq Veterans Against War.
5:00 – 7:00 PM (Langston Room)
at Busboys and Poets
2021 14th Street
NW DC 20009
After the United for Peace and Justice March on Washington, join Anthony Arnove
(Voices of a People’s History of the United States) and special guests including
Kelly Dougherty, co-founder and Chair of the board of directors of Iraq Veterans
Against the War, to celebrate the paperback release of his book Iraq: The Logic
of Withdrawal. Speakers will address what is next in the US occupation of Iraq as
well as why the troops should come home now. Sponsored by Haymarket Books
and Busboys and Poets.
9 p.m.— Dance party with Code Pink at Busboys and Poets, 14th Street and V NW