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Stand for Peace March 19

Saturday, March 19 is the second anniversary of the war against Iraq. With more than 1,500 U.S. dead and an estimated 100,000 Iraqi lives lost, it is time to end the bloodshed and bring the troops home.

As part of our growing Wage Peace Campaign, we are asking people across the country to organize local events to show that the majority of Americans support peace.

Will you join us in standing for peace in your community on March 19?

Click below for information on organizing or attending a Stand for Peace event in your community:
//ga3.org/ct/o1A7S5F1ARej/standforpeace/

Events will range from petition drives to candlelight vigils to creating local memorials to honor the war's dead -- whatever best suits your community. The day's events will be anchored by AFSC's Eyes Wide Open exhibit's tour stop in Los Angeles.

AFSC's second anniversary commemorations are part of larger national calls for action on the second anniversary by our partners in the United for Peace and Justice and Win Without War coalitions. On our Stand for Peace site, you can see what others are organizing in your area and around the country.

Working together, we can make sure that the major story of the war's second anniversary is a peace story. Your participation will help ensure that March 19 is remembered as the day the U.S.'s pro-peace majority turned out to call for an end to the bloodshed.

AFSC will be making a second delivery of its Iraq Peace Petition to the President and Congress shortly after the second anniversary. Local events can give thousands more people the opportunity to sign the petition and join the call to bring the troops home. Please download copies of the petition and take them to your local event to collect signatures and help us to keep the momentum building

Click below to find or organize an event in your community:
//ga3.org/ct/o1A7S5F1ARej/standforpeace/

Let's make March 19 the turning point for peace.

Peace,
Peter Lems
AFSC's Iraq program staff
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