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5 Years Too Many - Commemorating the anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq

5 Years Too Many 
 
PROTEST WITH COMMUNITY LEADERS!
 
ON THE ANIVERSARY OF THE  MARCH 19, 2003
INVASION OF IRAQ,

AT THE OFFICE OF JOHN MCCAIN ,
THE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE WHO SAID
100 YEARS IN IRAQ "would be fine with me"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFknKVjuyNk
 
When: 4:30 p.m - 7:30 p.m.,  this Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Where: In front of Senator McCain's Office, 5353 N. 16th Street.

(You may be able to park in the Madison Park Middle School parking lot located on the east side of 16th Street, just north of Missouri, or park in the nearby residential neighborhood.)
 
Candlelight Vigil starts at 7:00 p.m. 
 
Starting at 5:00 p.m. this Wednesday these community leaders will speak:
 
  Warren Stewart,
senior pastor at First Institutional Baptist Church of Phoenix.   Led the coalition which successfully campaigned  for the Martin Luther King Jr./Civil Rights Day in Arizona;
   Charles Goyette,
morning talk show host at KFNX 1100 News and Talk.  In 2004 lost his Clear Channel KFYI program because of his sharp criticism of the war;  
  Kyrsten Sinema,
Arizona State representative; 
  Karen Johnson,
Arizona State senator;
  Jarrett Maupin,
Phoenix Union High School District Board member; 
  Alfredo Gutierrez,
Arizona State Senator between 1976 and 1982 and current Radio Campesina talk show host; 
  Jeff Farias,
afternoon talk show host at progressive talk KPXH 1480; 
  Eleanor Eisenberg,
recently retired Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona and long time community, peace and civil rights activist;  
  Deedra Abboud,
executive director of the Muslim American Society of Arizona Freedom Foundation.  On January 18, 2008, awarded the Phoenix MLK Jr. “Living the Dream” award; 
  Antonio Bustamante,
immigration attorney and civil rights advocate with Los Abogados, a Maricopa County Hispanic legal organization; and  
  Dennis Stout,
Viet Nam war army journalist who reported war crimes later described in the Pulitzer Prize winning series "Buried Secrets, Buried Truths."  Founder of Phoenix Veterans for Peace and host at KPHX’ s weekly “About Face” talk show.
  
Music by folk/political duo Dakota & the Black River Bandit, as well as by rock n' funky blues musician Thomas Oliver
 

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