Iraq Moratorium #9, a day for individual or group action to end the war and occupation, will be observed on Friday, May 16, in Milwaukee and across the country.
A vigil from 5 to 6 p.m., at Water Street and Wisconsin Avenue in downtown Milwaukee, is sponsored by the Milwaukee Coalition for a Just Peace and Peace Action-Wisconsin. It’s a high energy event with flags, banners, signs, music, kids, students, and people of all ages joining in. I’ll be there; if you’re in town, please stop by.
If you can’t make that, or vigils aren’t your thing, do something yourself to mark the day. Wear a button or armband to work, put a sign in your yard, email Senator Herb Kohl, write a letter to the editor, make a donation to the Iraq Moratorium or another antiwar group. You’ll find ideas and more info at www.IraqMoratorium.org
A list of other Wisconsin events is here: http://www.wnpj.org/node/10330
And if you’re not in Wisconsin, you’ll find a list of 80+ events around the country at www.IraqMoratorium.org
Do what you can. But do something. It’s got to stop, and we’ve got to stop it.