Anti-War Town Meetings

February 21, 2007

See this site for town by town listings

Connecticut Opposes The War

Join One of Connecticut’s Historic
Anti-War Town Meetings

February 24, 2007 from 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Testify and hear from each other on the cost of the war, why we need to leave, how to support our troops!

Work with the CT AFL-CIO, State Legislators, Local Religious Leaders, Community Organizations, Veterans and other Neighbors and Friends.

Meeting Agenda:

1. What’s going on in Iraq and in Congress?

2. What can a local group do to help end the war? (A Lot!)

3. Connect with all the other Town Meetings via Conference Call with a surprise speaker!

4. Organize the town to go to Hartford on Saturday, March 17, the anniversary of the invasion, to Protest the War!

Bring all the Troops and the Money Home!

$400 Billion Spent So Far – 3,000 Americans Dead; Hundreds of Thousands of Iraqis Dead; Countless More Wounded, Diseased, Homeless or Hungry.

Stop The War – Spend the Money on:
Making Our Cities Safe, Health Care, Education and Jobs
Full Financial and Medical Support for Returning Troops

Endorsers of COW Rally at Statehouse March 2006:

Jerry Brown, President Emeritus, District 1199, SEIU
Susan Bysiewicz, Secretary of the State
Chris Donovan, Majority Leader, CT House of Representatives
Andy Fleischmann, CT State Representative
John Geragosian, CT State Representative
Jonathan Harris, CT State Senator
Dave McClusky, CT State Representative
Tim O’Brien, CT State Representative
John Olsen, President, CT AFL-CIO
Sharon Palmer, President, American Federation of Teachers – CT
David Pudlin, former Majority Leader, CT House of Representatives
Reverend, Dr. Steven Sidorak, Exec. Dir., Christian Council of Churches
Irv Stolberg, former Speaker, CT House of Representatives
Kevin Sullivan, former Lt. Governor
Tom Swan, Executive Director, CT Citizen Action Group

Labor Endorsers:
AFSCME Council 4; CT AFL-CIO; District 1199, SEIU; Greater Hartford Labor Council; State Council of Machinists IAM & AW; UE; Northeast Region; UAW CT State CAP Council;

Religious Endorsers:
Collaborative Center for Justice; Episcopal Peace Fellowship; Hartford Catholic Worker; Interfaith Coalition for Equity & Justice; People of Faith CT; Reclaiming the Prophetic Voice; Sisters Of Notre Dame De Namur; Sisters of Mercy Leadership Team; Sisters of St. Joseph of Chambery;

Legislative Endorsers:
Andy Fleischmann, CT State Rep.; John Geragosian, CT State Rep.; Toni Harp, CT State Senator; Jonathan Harris, CT State Senator; Jack Hennessy, CT State Rep; Dave McClusky, CT State Rep.; Tim O’Brien, CT State Rep.; Denise Merrill, CT State Rep; Melissa Olson, CT State Rep; Elizabeth Ritter, CT State Rep; Brendan Sharkey, CT State Rep; Toni Walker, CT State Rep;

Other Endorsers:
Amer. Friends Service Committee CT; Connecticut Citizen Action Group; CT NOW; Charter Oak Cultural Center; CT Coalition for Peace & Justice; Citizens for Global Solutions-NE CT; Congress of CT Community Colleges Peace Caucus; CT Trans Advocacy Coalition; Communist Party USA – CT; Council For a Livable World; Democracy for America – Hartford; Greater Hartford Coalition on Cuba; United Nations Assn. of US – CT Div.; Greater New Haven Peace Council; Green Party CT; Media Education Foundation; Military Families Speak Out; New Haven People’s Center; Northeast Coalition for Peace & Justice; Northeast CT Media Coalition; Peace Action of Greater Hartford; Queers Without Borders; Socialist Party USA Central CT; West Hartford Citizens for Peace & Justice; Witness for Peace, New England; Veterans for Peace, Central CT;


Kim Hynes
203 979-4676

Gregory Spear
860 655-4179


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