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This Saturday We March in Orlando to End the War Economy - Will you be there?

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    I will not be able to attend this event but wanted to pass it along in case you haven t heard. peace, deidra ps. Please contact Jeff below with any questions
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      I will not be able to attend this event but wanted to pass it along in case you haven't heard.

      ps.  Please contact Jeff below with any questions or suggestions.

      ---------- Forwarded message ----------
      From: Jeff Nall <sabletide@...>


      Next Saturday, October 17 at Noon

      Peace activists from across Florida will

      March in Orlando to

      End the War Economy

      Will you be there?

      Pledge to attend by emailing sabletide@...


      Donations Accepted Here

      On Tuesday, October 20, co-organizer Jeff Nall will appear on 96.5 WSLR Sarasota Community Radio’s “Peace & Justice Report” to discuss the protest. The show starts at 9am.

      What: Florida Mass March to End the War Economy

      When: 12pm, Saturday October 17

      Where: Rally at South East corner of Alafaya Blvd. (SR 434) and University Blvd, the main entrance to the University of Central Florida in Orlando

      More info: email sabletide@...

      About: Anti-war march and rally on October 17 

      Orlando march wants to end war economy (TC Palm, 10/7)

      Who: Endorsed by 40 groups including Florida Peace Congress, Central Florida Veterans For Peace, Military Families Speak Out (MFSO), Florida Chapter, Florida Peace Action Network, Humanists for Peace, RiseUpTampaBay, Brevard Patriots for Peace, Students for a Democratic Society at UCF, The Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign, CODEPINK of East Central Florida, Peace Now Citrus County, St. Augustine People for Peace and Justice, NatureCoast Coalition for Peace and Justice, South Florida Palestine Solidarity Network, Marions for Peace, Green Party of Florida, Socialist Party of Florida, Broward AntiWar Coalition, Socialist Party of Southeast Florida, Radicaljack.com, Wage Peace of Jacksonville, SOA Watch South Florida, Environmental and Peace Education Center of Fort Myers (EPEC), The Refuge, Veterans For Peace South Florida – Chapter 32, CODEPINK Tampa Bay, Tampa Bay Veterans for Peace, Chapter 119, Socialist Party of Tampa Bay, Socialist Party USA, Cindy Sheehan, Gold Star Families for Peace, Mark Weaver Show, Peace Coalition Of Brevard, After Downing Street, Arlington South, East Orlando Food Not Bombs, Orlando Food Not Bombs, Florida Coalition for Peace and Justice, Veterans for Peace Chapter 14, Melbourne Food Not Bombs


      Jeff Nall to Discuss Sexism & Violence against Women

      Sunday, October 18, 10:30am

      Unitarian Universalist Friendship Fellowship at Pineda
      3115 Friendship Place, Rockledge FL


      Florida Peace Activists in the News

      Check out “Florida High School Hosts Playground of Militarism” by Jeff Nall, in the October issue of Z magazine, available in bookstores including Barnes and Noble.



      Perpetual Revolt:
      Essays on Peace & Justice and
      The Shared Values of Secular, Spiritual,
      and Religious Progressives

      (Howling Dog Press 2008)

      By Jeff Nall

      More info here


      About Humanists for Peace

      Humanists for Peace represents both nonreligious and religious humanists who oppose militarism and seek to reform the United State’s historically unethical foreign policy.

      Taking its place among specifically religious peace organizations, Humanists for Peace draws its commitment to peace, justice, and pluralism from humanist ethics. As such, Humanists for Peace is comprised of atheist/humanist/nonreligious people who believe that peace and social justice are no less significant than the separation of church and state.

      Founded by Jeff Nall, a certified Humanist minister, Humanists for Peace aims to take up the anti-war/pro-peace legacy left by a long-line of humanist peace activists including Erasmus, Condorcet, Mark Twain, Helen Keller, Albert Einstein, Freud, and Bertrand Russell.

      “Once people are enlightened they will know that they have the right to dispose of their own life and wealth as they choose; they will gradually learn to regard war as the most dreadful of scourges, the most terrible of crimes” Condorcet, 1793

      In the news: “Peace--Following in a Humanist Tradition,” by Ruth N. Geller HumanistNetworkNews.org (March 18, 2009)


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