SF Bay Area

OCCUPY BEALE AFB: January 26 & 27

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From Oakland to Afghanistan
From Ferguson to Pakistan
Dear Friends: This month at Beale we want to connect the dots between the indiscriminate killing of our brown, black and white brothers and sisters in Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, Iraq and Afghanistan by the U.S. war machine with the brutal police killings that indiscriminately takes the lives of unarmed brown and black lives in U.S. cities. These dehumanizing policies that disregard the value of human lives everywhere has got to STOP 
                                                                
                                         BROWN  & BLACK LIVES MATTER! ALL LIVES MATTER!       
                                    Please join us this month as we try to connect the dots January 26 & 27.
    
      Stop the Drone Killing! End the Wars!       
      Prosecute Killer Cops around the World!
      Stop all killing of innocent black and brown lives.
      STOP RACIST KILLING!
 
We’ll have a large banner:
From Ferguson to Pakistan……STOP RACIST KILLING!
Please bring any signs and banners that can support this theme.
 
Mon. Night Potluck:  I’ll give an update on 
Mar. 4-6:   SHUT DOWN CREECH!  
Mass Mobilization to Stop Drone Wars
 
Note:  We’re at the Doolittle Gate, on north side of base on Mon.
Monday, January 26, 2015 3 – 5pm, Join N. Calif. Activists United Against Drone Warfare and Global militarization at Beale AFB monthly protestDoolittle gate, on Hammonton Smartville rd @ Doolittle Drive, Marysville, followed by potluck and camping at Main gate, (4675 N. Beale Rd)
Tuesday, January 27, 2015, 6 – 8am, Join N. Calif. Activists United Against Drone Warfare and Global militarization at Beale AFB monthly protest. Wheatland gate, 3960 S. Beale Rd. @ Ostrom Rd, Marysville.
FMI and Carpooling:
Barry Binks:  916-284-0944, bbinks@comcast.net.
Toby Blome:  510-215-5974, ratherbenyckeling@comcast.net
 
For your calendar – – Occupy Beale next month:  February 23 & 24, 2015
Would love to have this Burma Shave sign out too!
“How many kids were killed today?”
 

 

 

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