Upcoming Monthly Peace and Antiwar Holiday Vigils!

Join the MONTHLY VIGILS FOR PEACE:


Bring home our Fathers Day:  Saturday June 18th,

from 10a.m. to Noon, at the Military Recruitment Center, Capitola.  Honor all the fathers forced to serve in unjust wars instead of being home with their families celebrating their day.  Or all the fathers forced to deal with the loss of children because of war. Bring our troops home now!

Let us honor those losses and the very difficult feelings they create.
Let’s stop the wars now!
Bring signs, banners, flags, and extras will be provided!

Independence from War Day:  Monday, July 4th,

from 10a.m. to Noon, at the corner of Ocean and Water St., Santa Cruz.  Celebrate our country’s Independence from Tyranny by celebrating your own Independence from the war machine and its accompanying propaganda by making an little of your own and demonstrating with us!

Thousands of people will be coming into Santa Cruz on July 4th, down the Ocean Street corridor. This is our chance to share with them a message of Peace and Justice. Come on out before going to that barbecue, the beach, or where ever…..

Bring signs, banners, flags, and extras will be provided!

Remember the Dead, Fight for the Living, Sunday August 7th:

Candlelight vigil in remembrance of the countless victims of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, at the Santa Cruz Town Clock/ Collateral Damage Sculpture.  A special acknowledgment of the victims of Japans most recent nuclear disaster will also occur.

Please bring a wind shielded candle (we will have extras), and remember that the evening may get cold! Flags, banners, and signs of hope and understanding are also welcome.

Co-sponsored by a growing list including: People United for Peace (PUP), the New Priorities Campaign, the United Nations Association of SC (UNA), the Resource Center for Nonviolence (RCNV), the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom of SC (WILPF), the Truth in Recruiting Network ( TIRN), Families Against War (FAW) ….

For more info: meadowwolf (at) baymoon.com

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