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Get on the bus to protest the RNC (Sept. 1)!!!

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  • adamcturl
    Chicago supports the march on the RNC to Stop the War September 1, 2008 * St. Paul, MN Bus seats are still available from Chicago (and back) for the September
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 15, 2008
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      Chicago supports the march on the RNC to Stop the War
      September 1, 2008 * St. Paul, MN

      Bus seats are still available from Chicago (and back) for the September 1st march against
      the war at the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis-St. Paul!!!

      BUSES LEAVE Chicago on Monday, September 1st. Buses will begin loading at - 2:30 a.m.
      on Columbus Drive behind the Art Institute and will depart at 3:00 a.m. to arrive at St.
      Paul State Capitol by 11:00 a.m. at the start of the rally. The step off time is 1:00 pm for
      the march to the Xcel Center.

      BUSES RETURN at different times. For the complete schedule, go to:
      http://marchonrnc.org/ChicagoBus

      TO GET TICKETS:

      You can pay on line (at the above web address), or you can write a check for the amount to
      the Coalition to March on the RNC and mail it to PO Box 87613, Chicago, IL 60680-0613.

      E-mail haywood@... for more information.

      Also, Chicago branches of the ISO have a few tickets available for the bus that returns
      directly following the September 1st demonstration for Chicago. Call 773-370-4575 or
      e-mail chicago_socialists@... for info to arrange buying tickets from your local
      ISO branch.

      The RNC mobilization is endorsed by these Chicago organizations or chapters: 8th Day
      Center for Justice, Al-Awda Right of Return Coalition, ANSWER Coalition,
      Campus Antiwar Network, Chicago Coalition Against War and Racism, Chicago Progressive
      Alliance, CodePINK, Comite Anti-Miteraizacion, Freedom Road Socialist Organization,
      International Solidarity Movement, International Socialist Organization, Mexico Solidarity
      Network, Neighbors for Peace-Evanston, Nicaragua Solidarity Committee, Palestine
      Solidarity Group, Southside Together Organized for Power, Students for a Democratic
      Society-UIC, Students for Peace and Justice-Wright College, Students for Social Justice-
      Oakton Community College, Teamsters Local 743, Voices for Creative Nonviolence, and
      othersÂ…
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