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anti-war march and rally on Saturday, April 5

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  • James
    New York City did it. London did it big time. San Francisco stopped the pre= sses. Now it s Detroit s turn. Damn it, more than 1,500 people have to turn = out
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      New York City did it. London did it big time. San Francisco stopped the pre=
      sses. Now it's Detroit's turn. Damn it, more than 1,500 people have to turn =
      out if we want to get on television as a city with forces in opposition to w=
      ar in Iraq. On the 35th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther Ki=
      ng Jr., and in memory of his tragic death, Detroit Congressfolk John Conyers=
      and Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick (aka Kwame's mamma) are hosting — along with =
      a gaggle of peace-lovin' organizations — an anti-war march and rally on Satu=
      rday, April 5. The Congress of Arab and Muslim Organizations of Michigan wil=
      l be representin', along with the Green Party of Michigan and many others. T=
      he event starts at Tiger Stadium (at Michigan and Trumbull) at 10 a.m. After=
      some speeches and rabble-rousing, including demands for money for schools, =
      not war, and an end to discrimination against racial minorities in America, =
      marchers will head out at about 11 a.m. toward downtown's Hart Plaza for mor=
      e speeches and peaceful protest. (Shuttles will be provided.) Conyers will s=
      peak out against the war, and may discuss his investigation into whether the=
      re is support to file articles of impeachment against President Bush. Organi=
      zers are hoping the event lasts until the evening. Since we can't imagine th=
      e mayor kicking his mother's rally off city property, protesters should be i=
      n pretty good shape. For more info, visit www.michiganvoicesagainstwar.org.



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