11 reminds us not only of the tragic events of 2001 but also how
Bush's post-attack strategy has squandered so many lives and resources.
While the Bush administration closed the door on those who advocated
an alternative response, we now have an opportunity to open doors,
the doors in our neighborhoods, as part of an unprecedented effort
to knock on A
Million Doors for Peace.
Saturday, September 20, we invite you to join CODEPINK and
our allies from 18 peace and justice organizations across the country
as we engage our neighbors and ask them to sign a petition urging
the next Congress to bring our troops home within a year.
We hope to reach one million citizens who long for peace but are
unsure how to work toward it.
you knock on your neighbors' doors on Saturday, Sept. 20?
To join this massive day of action, please sign up here: http://www.milliondoorsforpeace.org/signup.php?code=cp
For more info on how to bring a pink
touch to the action, please click
letter to CODEPINK, Tom Hayden writes: "The
peace vote will be and should be a big factor in this election…We
cannot wait. Our invisibility now will make it harder for us in
make the peace vote stronger and more visible by knocking on a Million
Doors for Peace on Saturday, September 20th and encouraging our
neighbors to Give Peace a Vote! Sign
up now to help end the occupation of Iraq!
you for opening your own doors for peace!
Alicia, Anne, Dana, Deidra, Desiree, Farida,
Gael, Gayle, Jean, Jodie, Liz, Lori, Medea, Nancy, Rae and Tighe
Don't forget to wear you pink while knocking, get
the latest CODEPINK designs here