Speak Out Against Militarization And Repression In Honduras 5 years After SOA Graduate-Led Honduras Coup

SIGN PETITION: http://tinyurl.com/lykvpgx

SOA Watch: http://www.soaw.org/index.php

International Action Center: http://iacenter.org/

Honduras Solidarity Network: https://www.facebook.com/HondurasSolidarityNetwork

URGENT UPDATE: A message from Babette Grunow of Milwaukee’s Latin American Solidarity Committee (LASC): June 28 marks the 5th anniversary of the coup in Honduras that the U.S. supported. LASC members will be out at the Milwaukee Stand for Peace with signs and leaflets. Stand for Peace this week is at Michigan and Lincoln Memorial Dr. at noon this Saturday in Milwaukee. LASC is a member organization of the Honduras Solidarity Network.



Chicago, August 16: Food Is A Right People’s Assembly


FLYER: http://tinyurl.com/nlzd2qb


Another wave of food stamp cuts are underway, on top of federal food stamp cuts that hit millions of poor and working people twice since November. States are reinstating work requirements and ending waivers to allow less people to qualify. But there are no jobs, especially at decent pay with benefits! And most people report they already run out of SNAP benefits after two weeks. Help us build the August 16 ‘Food is a Right’ People’s Assembly in Chicago this summer to demand money for food and jobs, not wars abroad. We will hold panels and plan actions to demand…

Stop all cuts to government SNAP and food programs

Healthy food affordable for all – end food desserts

Economic justice for food, agricultural and all workers –
including the right to unionize

Hold the corporate food industry and agribusiness accountable for their environmental and health devastation in the U.S. and worldwide


SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 2014, 2-5 PM
Dominican University, Lund Auditorium, 7900 Division St., River Forest, IL
Free and Open To the Public

To get involved or for transportation:
Call 708-524-6904




**Donations during the week: M-F are 9 am-1 pm

We are accepting donations of current medicines (expiration date Feb 1, 2015 or later), medical and sports equipment, musical instruments, wheel chairs, bikes, construction tools & supplies, IBM compatible computers with Pentium III or better processors, printers, educational supplies, Bibles in Spanish, powdered milk and baby formula (in factory sealed containers), etc., All must be in good working order. See the reverse side for a partial listing.

Donations accepted until Saturday, June 28, at Central United Methodist Church, 639 N. 25th Street, Milwaukee (call in advance at 414-344-1600 ) For details see http://www.wicuba.org/, or http://www.pastorsforpeace.org/ These will be carried to Cuba as part of the Pastors for Peace 25th Friendshipment to Cuba, leaving Milwaukee on July 13, and returning from Cuba on August 4.

July 13: Welcome and Sendoff 25th Pastors For Peace Caravan to Cuba, 2014, 6 pm potluck dinner follows program Central United Methodist Church, 639 N. 25th Street, Milwaukee

50 years after Revolution in Cuba

Be at the World Business Forum Oct 7-8, 2014

Describing itself as the “the biggest business event of the year” THE WORLD BUSINESS FORUM will bring some 5,000 chief executive officers, and heads of the fortune 500 multi-billion dollar transnational corporations and banks to Radio City Music Hall in New York City in October. This is the invasion of the 1%. They make the decisions that fire workers, bust unions, and keep the wages that ordinary workers take home as low as possible. We will be there to say “No Way: Workers Need $15 & a union.”  Call 212-633-6646 or FaceBook.

Peoples Power Assemblies: https://www.facebook.com/PeoplesPowerAssemblies

Ms. Babette Grunow participating in the May Day 2012 march in Milwaukee.

Ms. Babette Grunow participating in the May Day 2012 march in Milwaukee.