Join Chicago's civic, labor and religious leaders, your friends and neighbors, and millions around the world in saying . . .
There are other ways to resolve this conflict
NO WAR ON IRAQ!
. . . say YES to spending for the needs of America's working families, for jobs, education, housing, and health care, instead of bombs and destruction.
BE THERE FOR THE MIDWEST'S LARGEST PEACE RALLY YET
SUNDAY, MARCH 16
Daley Center Plaza, Chicago
Washington & Dearborn
For more information:
WHO SAYS NO TO THIS WAR?
WHAT DOES THIS WAR MEAN TO US?
SPONSORS AND ENDORSERS (in formation)
(INDIVIDUALS' AFFILIATION LISTED FOR IDENTIFICATION ONLY)
Tom Balanoff (SEIU Local 1) · Henry Bayer (AFSCME) · Joe Davis (USWA
Local 5544) · Elwood Flowers (AFL-CIO Illinois) · Katie Jordan (CLUW
Chicago) · Julio Lara (Teamsters Local 738) · Jesse M. Rios (Labor
Council for Latin American Advancement) · Ed Sadlowski (USWA District
31) · Lynn Talbott (UNITE Chicago & Central States Joint Board) ·
Henry Tamarin (HERE Local 1) Gerald Zero (Teamsters Local 705) ·
Chicagoans Against War on Iraq · Committee for New Priorities · Jobs
With Justice · Metro Seniors In Action · United for Peace: Faithful
Citizenship · Chicago Metropolitan Association, United Church of
Christ · Church World Service · Community Renewal Society · Council
of Islamic Organizations · Eighth Day Center · Episcopal Diocese of
Chicago Peace and Justice Commission · Episcopal Peace Fellowship ·
Illinois Conference of the United Church of Christ · Leadership
Conference of Women Religious · Muslim Community Center · North
Suburban Peace Initiative · United Methodist Church, Northern
Illinois Conference · Pax Cristi · Peace and Justice Office of the
Roman Catholic Archdiocese · Presbytery of Chicago · TIKKUN-Chicago
· List in formation . . .
Last revised on March 15, 2003 by the Webmaster.