Tulsa Peace Fellowship

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

TPF anti-war rally, this Saturday, 12 noon, 41st & Yale | the left-right antiwar movement

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Tulsa Peace Fellowship


monthly "first Saturday" anti-war demo in Tulsa
 
Saturday Aug 6th, 2011, 12noon to 2pm,
with the themes:
"Bring the Military $$ Home!"
"The Wars Are Making You Poor"
"War Destroys Our Wealth"

Details online: https://tulsapeacefellowship.ning.com/

Please
make and bring your own sign, with one of the above (or closely related) statements.
Ongoing monthly peace vigil, since 2002, at the corner of 41st & Yale, in Tulsa.

 As of today, the forecast is for extreme heat this Saturday:

Mostly sunny and hot, with a high near 110. South southwest wind between 5 and 10 mph.


With the extreme heat, if you can only attend for an hour, or even only a 1/2 hour, that's understandable.  Be sure to cover your head and/or bring a parasol and/or wear a hat, to protect all exposed skin, for example by wearing copious amounts of sunscreen/sunblock, and to drink water before, during and after the time in the sun.

If you've never attended before, see four simple guidelines, for TPF events, available online http://tulsapeace.wordpress.com/
also available here: https://tulsapeacefellowship.ning.com/forum/topics/code-of-conduct-...

For more information, consider listening to this streaming audio radio program on the left-right antiwar movement:

Come Home America!

Angela Keaton on Gadfly Radio

Antiwar.com’s Angela Keaton was on Gadfly Radio last night with Martha Montelongo talking about the antiwar movement, ComeHomeAmerica.us, and the campaign for a left-right-radical coalition united against war and American interventionism.

Listen to her segment here or download the podcast here.

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