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    Important information taken from another list: ANNOUNCING A CALL FOR A NATIONAL STUDENT ANTIWAR CONFERENCE!!! ... Important information taken from another
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      Important information taken from another list:


      ANNOUNCING A CALL FOR A NATIONAL STUDENT ANTIWAR CONFERENCE!!!


      When: FEBRUARY 22, 23, 24, 2002

      Where: COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK, NEW YORK

      Why:  At this critical time, the student-based antiwar movement needs to
      come together and form a national network that can coordinate actions and
      share resources.

      The time has come for a NATIONAL CONFERENCE, to build on
      the successes of the regional conferences in November and unite the
      student movement from coast to coast.  On a national conference call on
      12/11, elected representatives from antiwar committees and networks across
      the country expressed a strong desire to hold the conference in New York.

      People for Peace, the Columbia University/Morningside Heights antiwar
      coalition, is offering to host such a conference, in coordination with
      other antiwar committees in New York. We believe that one coalition
      or one city cannot decide the structure of such a conference or the
      process by which it will be run.  Therefore, we call for a NATIONAL
      PLANNING COMMITTEE, composed of elected representatives from
      individual coalitions, citywide and/or regional networks, that can begin
      to plan the conference in the most democratic, accountable way possible.

      For more information about the national conference, please visit
      http://www.antiwarconference.org.  For information about People for Peace
      and Columbia University, visit http://www.peopleforpeace.org.

      In solidarity,
      Laura Durkay, for the People for Peace coordinating committee






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