International Day of Protest on the second anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq

 
March 19, 2005, is an International Day of Protest on the second anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. As on the first anniversary of the invasion, millions of people around the world are marching to say “No to War and Occupation from Iraq to Palestine to Haiti and Everywhere” in dozens of cities around the US and in other countries.

March 19, 2005, is an International Day of Protest on the second anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. As on the first anniversary of the invasion, millions of people around the world are marching to say “No to War and Occupation from Iraq to Palestine to Haiti and Everywhere” in dozens of cities around the US and in other countries.
The San Francisco March assembles at 11am in Dolores Park, and there will be a rally at 1 pm at Civic Center.

Enemy Combatant Radio will be live in studio and at the demonstration on Saturday. Phone in reports, interviews, etc. to (415) 864-1006
Bright Path Video will have a live webcam broadcasting images of the San Francisco Protest.

BREAKING NEWS:
3/18/2005 10:30pm Photos of Arrests from anti-war protest in Aukland, New Zealand.
3/18/2005 10:00pm Pictures from anti-war protest in Melbourne, Australia.
3/18/2005 6:30pm-8:30 pm Anti-War activists met the evening commute on I-80 with 50 ft. anti-war banners. Photos
3/18/2005 6:30am-8:30am A dozen Not In Our Name activists displayed banners over Interstate 80, Freeway 580 and in front of the Grand Lake Theater in Oakland. Photos

Contingents:
- An Anti-War Labor Rally and March will begin at 10am that day at 16th Street and Valencia.
- An Anarchist Contingent will gather at 11AM at the corner of 18th and Dolores Streets. Announcement and Flyer
- An SF Radical Bike Bloc will gather at 11am at 18th and Dolores- look for flags with gears on them.
- A Palestine contingent will be meeting at the corner of 18th St. & Dolores at 10:30am.
- A queer contingent will meet near the main entrance steps at 19th and Dolores, where there will be a "Queers for Peace and Justice" banner. Paricipants are encouraged to bring banners, signs, noisemakers, etc.
- A nudist contingent will meet at 10:45 am, at the same location as the queer group. A decorated picket sign will be held by a person in a blue mask.
There will many other protests around California on the 19th in cities such as LA, Monterey and Fresno. More cities

On March 20th there will be march and rally in San Jose. It will gather at 1:30pm at the Diridion Train Station. More info

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