Monday Action: Remember the Iraq War

Monday, 19th March 2007 at 9:00 UTC Leave a comment

If you missed last week, see Monday Action for more.

Tomorrow it will be 4 years since the invasion of Iraq in 2003.  In that time, countless people have been killed: over 100 from the UK, over 3000 from the US, and over half a million Iraqi’s.  Now would be a good time to remind your MP that the pull-out strategy cannot be fast enough.

Tomorrow (Tuesday) night there will be a vigil in York, outside the Art Gallery, from 5 to 7pm.  All are welcome; there’ll be an open microphone rally and a die-in (wrap up warm, the pavement is freezing).  There may be other events happening near you.  At this stage in the conflict, it could easily be completely forgotten if we don’t make the effort to turn out and show that we haven’t forgotten.

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