Monday, May 01, 2006


If you're like Neil and feeling a little guilty about not joining the anti-war protests this weekend, there's still time to join in this democratic movement that is going. Today is the day without an immigrant. Join us as we stand in solidarity with the working poor of this country and demand amnesty for the millions of workers here.

If you miss a peace rally this weekend, go to the one next weekend. Don't give up. If we want to affect change in this country we can't wait once a year to demonstrate. We can't just hold demos on Saturdays. Eventually we will need to make sacrifice. We will need to not work for longer periods of time. We will have to stop the system that perpetuates this violence around the world.

Join us tomorrow. Join us next week. Join us in the days to come. Peace is on the march. Human Rights are on the march. Do any of us want to tell our grand kids how we just didn't have the time to join in the march for freedom and human rights? This is history. Be a part of it. Be on the side of peace; live in a world that truly believes in the spirit of human cooperation. Another world is possible, let's make it happen. I don't need to spoon feed you. You've got Google. Find your local peace and justice group. Don't have one? Form one, even if it's just you and some friends meeting to protest the war.

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