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New Year's Day, 2007 - Alamedans Mark a Tragic Milestone

Candlelight vigil APN and the Network of Spiritual Progressives marked a tragic milestone in the Iraq invasion and occupation: 3000 US Military and more than 650,000 Iraqis dead. The circle of people gathered in front of Alameda's City Hall to read the names of those, American and Iraqi, who have died.

APN and Code Pink in the 4th of July Parade APN marches in the 4th of July
Click these links to see a 1 min video clip, "Ready to March"
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APN demonstrates against the war on Mother's Day, 2006

Women Say No To War

"Terrorism is the war of the poor and war is the terrorism of the rich."


Alameda march & vigil, 19 March 2006 Alameda March and Vigil to honor the fallen in Iraq,
19 March 2006,
the 3rd anniversary of the US invasion.
Alamedans from APN and the Network of Spiritual Progressives (NSP) marched in solidarity with people of peace everywhere by marching from City Hall to Otis and Oak, where crosses were set in a symbolic display named Arlington West that commemorates the fallen in Iraq.

To read the essay on Our Current Constitutional Crisis, by Julie Rufo, click here

See APN member Lianne's report on her work against military recruitment in our schools.

The Alameda Public Affairs Forum

Audio recordings of all Alameda Public Affairs Forum events are
available on-line.
Click here to find out more.  To hear an interview on KPFA with Dr. Arthur Lipow and Julie Rufo about the recent program on torture, Click Here.

The Forum presents  monthly programs on international, national, and local topics
with a wide range of speakers.  It is nonpartisan and committed to the values of
peace, social and economic justice,and democratic self-government.

The Alameda Public Affairs Forum is chaired by Dr. Arthur Lipow and coordinated
and moderated by Julie Rufo.

For further information about the Forum call 510/814-9592 o r se
e www.alamedaforum.org

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