Campuses Say No To War!!

Relocated to larger space due to overwhelming demand…
Campuses Say No To War!!

Tickets Now Available – $5 ($10-$20 Solidarity) studenttickest0215@yahoo.com

February 15th at 8pm Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers (21st & 12th Avenue-M23 bus or A,C,E trains)

Speakers : Scott Ritter (former weapons inspector), Medea Benjamin (Global Exchange), Amy Goodman (Democracy Now), Anthony Arnove (editor of Iraq Under Siege), Michael Letwin (NYC Labor Against the War), Mike Marquesee (British Stop the War Coalition), Rania Masri (Southern Peace Action), Dhalia Hashad (ACLU), Ahmed Shawki (editor of International Socialist Review), Marla Brettschneider (Jews for Racial and Economic Justice), Hany Khalil (Racial Justice 9-11), Nelly Bailey (Harlem Tenants Association), Youth Bloc, Minou Arjomand (Campus Antiwar Network), Hamid Dabashi (Professor), Monica Tarazi (Arab Anti-Discrimination Center), David Cline (Veterans for Peace)

Peformers: Def Poetry Jam, Welfare Poets, Alvin Ailey Dancer, VTek, Performers from the Broadway Musical Rent, Stephan Smith, Captain Deathwhistle and the Thumpists

Due to overwhelming demand, the evening student event “Campuses Say No to War” has been relocated from Barnard College to Pier Sixty at the Chelsea Piers. Pier Sixty is located at 21st Street & 12th Avenue in Manhattan and can accomodate 1,750 people. Therefore, tickets are now available for this previously sold-out event. However, we expect tickets to continue to sell quickly, so reserve as soon as possible by emailing: studenttickets0215@yahoo.com The event will be held at 8pm but we are asking people to begin arriving by 7:15 in order to guarantee space. Housing can be reserved for students coming in from out of town by emailing: studenthousing0215@yahoo.com.

This event is to help build connections and networking among student anti-war groups. It will be educational, inspirational and fun. It is also a fundraiser for the first national conference of the Campus Anti-War Network to be held in Chicago from February 22nd-23rd. Therefore, we are asking people to pay between $5 and $20 for tickets to defray the costs of the event as well as sponsor a bus to Chicago.

We look forward to seeing you at this amazing event!

In solidarity, Jennifer Roesch On behalf of the Columbia Anti-War Coalition Endorsed by: Campus Anti-War Network, United for Peace and Justice, Peace Action, NJ Independent Alliance, Columbia University Student Governing Board, Turath, Muslim Students Association, Columbia University Sikh Society, International Socialist Organization, Columbia Student Solidarity Network, Columbia Queer Alliance, Columbia UNICEF, United Students of Color Council

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