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Peace Day SF Indiegogo Fundraiser
Saturday, September 21st 2013  12:00pm
San Francisco, CA


SPEND $1 FOR PEACE!

You can support us in person at PeaceDaySF, a FREE, BIKE-POWERED RALLY and/or contribute $1 or more to help!

The United Nations International Day of Peace is celebrated around the globe on September 21st. Be a part of the San Francisco Bay Area’s Peace Day rally and festival, demand a pardon for Bradley Manning, Edward Snowden and other hero and shero whistleblowers, end mass incarceration, solitary torture and other abuses of the prison industrial complex, demand an end to the drone wars and the right to know what is in our food. Thank you Code Pink and many other supporting local groups such as Stop Monsanto and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition on Saturday September 21, bike, walk, skate or BART to the Civic Center BART stop at the United Nations Plaza in the heart of San Francisco from noon to six. Celebrate and demand peace at home and abroad. Community, music and unity -- Peace San Francisco style. Thank you for being a part of the movement!

Thousands are expected to rally for Peace this September 21st, the United Nations International Day of Peace. Peace Day San Francisco, sponsored by Code Pink Women for Peace occurs on Saturday this year at the United Nations Plaza (Civic Center) in San Francisco. From 12:00-4:00 various musicians and speakers address whistleblowers, drone warfare, mass incarceration, the industrial food complex and more. Musical acts include Pamela Parker, Thunderground Collective, Clara Bellino, Drew Southern and other local performers. Speakers include: Daniel Ellsberg on whistleblowers, Terry O'Neill and Patricia Ireland of the National Organization for Women, John Perry Barlow of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Pamm Larry of Label GMO Campaign, Stephanie Tang of World Can't Wait and Toby Blome of Code Pink. Check the Schedule! Support!

* This campaign is raising funds on behalf of Codepink Women For Peace, a verified nonprofit. The campaign does not necessarily reflect the views of the nonprofit or have any formal association with it. All contributions are considered unrestricted gifts and can't be specified for any particular purpose.


Location:
United Nations Plaza
1150 Market Street
San Francisco, CA
94102

Contact:

Andre Champagne


Sponsored By:
Codepink Women For Peace