Tulsa Peace Fellowship

There never was a good war or a bad peace. ~Ben Franklin

"U.S. Out of Afghanistan!" anti-war rally, 12 noon to 2pm

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"U.S. Out of Afghanistan!" anti-war rally, 12 noon to 2pm

Time: May 1, 2010 from 12pm to 2pm
Location: 41st & Yale, southwest corner, in front of OU-Shusterman sign/statue
City/Town: Tulsa
Event Type: monthly, protest, anti-war, demonstration, peace-activism
Organized By: TPF Steering Committee
Latest Activity: Apr 28, 2010

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Obama, TAKE YOUR SOLDIERS OUT OF AFGHANISTAN!

Monthly Anti-War Protest @ "Free Speech Corner"
41st & Yale --
on-going since 2002, starting in the wake of the invasion and occupation of Afghanistan, ongoing with the illegal invasion and occupation of Iraq, and ongoing now in the face of the illegal and undeclared war against Pakistan --

from 12 noon to 2 pm
HONK FOR PEACE!

Members of TPF and Veterans for Peace brandish signs in the hopes of raising awareness among Tulsans. Donations accepted.

Create your own sign and join us! Or hold up one of our ready-made signs with various pro-peace messages.

(Please park and meet us in the strip mall parking lot, behind sHell on Earth - not in the bank parking lot.)

This event repeats every month, on the first Saturday every month.

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