TO BAGHDAD AND BEYOND
CONSEQUENCES OF THE EXPANDING BUSH WARS AT HOME AND ABROAD
*Roger Normand, Executive Director, Center for Social and Economic Rights
*Brenda Stokely, President, AFSCME Local 215, DC1707; co-convener, NYC Labor Against The War
*Marilyn Young, International Center for Advanced Studies, NYU; author of “The Vietnam Wars”
*Ervand Abrahamian, Professor of Middle Eastern History, Baruch College and the Graduate Center/CUNY.
The Bush Administration is planning a war in Iraq and elsewhere. Yet there has been no national debate about these decisions, nor any public consideration of the costs. Are there alternatives? Are there actions that an informed, mobilized citizenry can take? Join us in a discussion of these urgent issues.
Thursday, April 11, 2002
7:30 PM St. Francis College
180 Remsen Street between Court & Clinton Streets, Brooklyn Heights
Subways: M,N,R to Court St; 2-3, 4-5 to Borough Hall, A,C,F to Jay St
Organized by: Brooklyn Heights Peace Action; Brooklyn Parents for Peace; New York City Labor Against The War
Endorsed by: Brooklyn Bridges; Center for Anti-Violence Education; Green Party (Park Slope Chapter); Help & Hope; New Yorkers Say No To War; Women for Afghan Women (list in formation)
For more information, call 718-624-5921 or email firstname.lastname@example.org