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BPAC Events for September 2009

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  • Timothy Baer
    Bloomington Peace Action Coalition Events for September 2009 ... so far Join us on Wednesday evenings ~ September 2nd and September 16th We are starting a new
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      Bloomington Peace Action Coalition Events for September 2009 ... so far
       
      Join us on Wednesday evenings ~ September 2nd and September 16th
       
      We are starting a new film series this month with the showing of "Body of War" on Sept. 16th.
       
      Scheduling change: There is no BPAC planning meeting this month. We are going back to meeting on the 1st Monday of every month starting in October. The next BPAC monthly meeting is on Monday, October 5th.
       
      Hope to see you at BPAC events in September!
       
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      Peace Demonstrations on the Square on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month.
       
      Wednesday, September 2 & 16, 2009
      5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
       
      Monroe County Courthouse Square
      Intersection of Kirkwood Ave. and Walnut Street
      Bloomington, IN
       
      "Peace for Iraq and Afghanistan!"
       
      Signs and banners provided, or bring your own signs with messages of Peace and
      ending war and military occupation. Join us on the Square!
       
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      "The Real War" Film Series presents:
      "Body of War"
       
      A 2007 film by Ellen Spiro and Phil Donahue -- Winner of the National Board of Review's Best Documentary Award.
       
      Wednesday, September 16, 2009
      7:00 – 8:50 p.m.
       
      Monroe County Public Library Auditorium
      303 E. Kirkwood Ave., Bloomington
       
      "The Real War," a documentary film series about war and military occupation, debuts with the Bloomington screening of "Body of War".
       
      Bluntly and intimately, "Body of War" scrutinizes the day-to-day life of a disabled veteran, Tomas Young. Only 25 years old, Young was shot just days after arriving in Iraq. He now struggles to survive and speak out publicly against the war. The camera follows him for a period of months, passing through several important milestones.
       
      The Washington Post called Body of War "powerful." The New York Times said it was "impossible not to like." Time magazine: "superb documentary ... almost unbearably moving ..."  Fox News called it "riveting."
       
      "The Real War" film series is free and open to the public.
      Discussion will follow the film showing.
       

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      Timothy Baer
      Campaign Coordinator, The Declaration of Peace
      http://declarationofpeace.org
      Organizer, Bloomington Peace Action Coalition
      http://www.BPAC.info
      (812) 988-1917
       
      Let Iraq Live!


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