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The North Shore Coalition for Peace and Justice (NSCPJ) is an alliance
of organizations and individuals from Chicago and near north suburbs, united in support of an end to war and in the use of nonviolent methods of social change.

Please note our name change our name used to be North Shore Anti-War Coalition.
In a brief lull in activity, the group met and formed a Mission Statement
and a new name that reflects the broader range of concerns that we share.

For our Mission Statement Click here
List of current member organizations: click here

 
 
Thanks to all who attended our March 19th gathering.

Complete, up-to-date information on the events tomorrow night can be found at
www.m20coalition.net

Take to the streets!
Take action!

Call our Representatives let them know we are paying attention to their votes. We want them to represent our views. It's time to end the War and Occupation!

At an AFSC event last fall, Col. Ann Wright made that statement, "When the Democrats win the majority in Congress, our work will just be beginning."

We can not afford to be complacent.
The lives and futures of too many Iraqis and Americans are ended or changed forever by every delay in ending our occupation of Iraq. At the current average rate of death of American military personnel, an August 2008 withdrawal would mean somewhere in the neighborhood of 1600 more senseless deaths and that does not begin to take into account the injuries so grave and profound that the lives of those injured will never be the same.

The Iraqi death figures are estimated to be roughly 200 to 1 for each of our military casualties. Think of that in terms our our own population. That would be another 320,000 Iraqi citizens - children, women, men....
The consequences of this war are staggering and devastating by any calculation.


Our next event will take place on Friday evening April 13th - check back for details or sign up to receive our email messages.
Evanston Gathers at Fountain Square
to mark another year (the 4th!)
of War and Occupation in Iraq


Monday, March 19, 2007
7pm


"We are the people who run this country. We are the deciders.
And every single day, every single one of us needs to step outside
and take some action to help stop this war.
Raise Hell....we need people in the streets...demanding, Stop it Now!!!''
Molly Ivins (1944-2007)

Special Guest speaker:
Kathy Kelly, two- time Nobel Peace Prize Nominee;
author, educator and peace activist,
co-founder of Voices for Creative Non-violence;
Kathy has been to Iraq twenty four times since January 1996;
just returned from working with Iraqi refugees in Jordan.

Bring candles and signs as we say to Congress:

NO MORE DEATH! NO MORE FUNDING!

Sponsored by North Shore Coalition for Peace and Justice (nscpj.org)
with Support from AFSC

 

Talking Points for Calls to Elected Officials in D.C.
Vote “NO” on the Supplemental Spending Bill
• Call and/or fax these Elected officials•
Use these four Talking Points (or ones of your own).

• Congress’ Real Power Lies In Their Control Over Funding For The War. Debate won’t end this war. We expect action by Congress.

• De-Funding The War Does Not Mean De-Funding The Troops The New York Times Editorial on February 6, 2007, made it clear that much of the proposed $622 Billion Pentagon budget for this year’s war expenditures is marked for out-dated weaponry and programs.This is not acceptable. There is plenty of money already allocated to bring the troops home from Iraq in an orderly and safe manner.

• De-Funding The War And Pulling U.S. Troops Out Is Essential To Bringing Peace To IraqEnding the U.S. military occupation is a pre-requisite to any real attempts for peace in Iraq. Most agree that political solutions by the Iraqi’s, not military attempts by foreign occupiers, will be the way to end the violence.

• Honor The Fallen, End The War Now! Those who have already fallen in this war will best

 
Call any Sen. or Rep. Toll-Free
at 866-340-9281
 Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-IL)
Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL)
Rep. Rahm Emanuel (D-IL 5th)
Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL 9th)
Rep. Mark Kirk (R-IL 10th)

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