Thursday July 24
Meet JVP-NYC at 4:45 pm
South part of Foley Square in Manhattan
at Duane and Center Streets
March at 5 pm
Join Jewish Voice for Peace-NYC and allied groups in the streets to protest the Israeli assault on Gaza. Please save the date and spread the word.
WHEN: Thursday, July 24, March at 5:30
WHERE: JVP-NYC is meeting at 4:45 pm at the south part of Foley Square in Manhattan, at Duane and Center Streets
We have a brand new 8-foot-long banner, so we should be easy to spot. Walk with us! We have signs and leaflets to distribute, and we form an important component in the opposition to US support forIsrael's attack on Gaza--the Jewish community!
RSVP and share on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1511808319048721/
Tweet using the hashtag #NYC4GAZA and the shortlink http://j.mp/1lk8BFN
National Call on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/801509896560845/
Co-organizing groups include (list in formation):
Adalah-NY: The New York Campaign for the Boycott of Israel, Brooklyn for Peace, CodePink NY, Jewish Voice for Peace NYC, Jews Say No!, New Yorkers Against the Cornell-Technion Partnership (NYACT), New York City International Socialist Organization (ISO), NYC Queers Against Israeli Apartheid (QAIA), WESPAC Foundation, Women in Black Union Square.
Endorsing groups include (list in formation):
Committee for Open Discussion of Zionism (CODZ), Cornell University - Students for Justice in Palestine, Jewish Voice for Peace - Westchester, New York City War Resisters League, SJP at Brooklyn College, SJP at City College, SJP at John Jay College, SJP at Staten Island College, SJP at Hunter College, SJP at Pace University, SJP at Columbia University, SJP at Rutgers University Newark, SJP at Rutgers University New Brunswick, SJP at Seton Hall University, NYU - SJP, We Will Not Be Silent, United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC), WarIsACrime.org, World Can't Wait
P.S. Did you see this powerful civil disobedience action at the Friends of the IDF organized by the local JVP-NYC chapter and partners Jews Say No? Check out Democracy Now's coverage: click here.
See you in the Streets,