Raleigh-Durham Fight Imperialism Stand Together (FIST)

Revolutionary socialist youth in the US South

March Against War, Torture and Rendition, Sat Oct 27th, Smithfield, NC

Posted by raleighfist on October 24, 2007

Graphic Announcing October 27 Rally

Aero Contractors, Ltd. is one of the private companies linked to the CIA’s practice of extraordinary rendition a phrase that disguises the kidnap, detention and torture of individuals alleged to be enemies of the United States, including those guilty of nothing other than being misidentified. Aero Contractors’ headquarters is located at the Johnston County Airport near Smithfield, NC.

For More info please go to  http://ncstoptorturenow.net/

SMITHFIELD – Convenient to I-95, US 70, and I-40

MAP OF VENUE

DOWNTOWN SMITHFIELD

PARKING AND OTHER PARKING OPTIONS

MARCH ROUTE

ACTION AT AERO VICINITY

Carpools leaving:

From RALEIGH

Lower parking lot Universalist Unitarian Fellowship of Raleigh, 3313 Wade Avenue, 11:30 AM.

From two sties in DURHAM:

Durham Friends Meeting, 404 Alexander Avenue.

Brightleaf Square, the parking lot at Main and Gregson Streets, at 11:30 AM.

CHAPEL HILL:

Chapel Hill Friends Meeting, 531 Raleigh Road, 2 blocks from Student Union, kattycorner from Institute of Government on Country Club Road, at 11:15 AM. Contact: 918-3504. EASY LOCATION FOR UNC STUDENTS.

Falconbridge parking lot at 11:15 AM.

Falconbridge Shopping Mall has extensive parking in front of a bowling alley and many other shops on NC 54 next to Exit 273 onto I-40. There is a large sign with the word Falconbridge on the grass; park in the lot near the sign. Entrance to the parking comes off traffic light at Farrington Road and off 54 entrance before Farrington at the gas station.

Rides also are available from GREENSBORO.

For local contacts please call (919) 834-4478.

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PEACE RALLY &
WALK OF REMEMBRANCE FOR VICTIMS AND SURVIVORS OF WAR AND TORTURE

SATURDAY — OCTOBER 27, 2007

with

FEATURED SPEAKERS to include:
Iraq War Veteran Sgt. Jimmy Massey; Youth Leaders in the NCSTN coalition; psychologist Art Eccleston, ACLU-Georgia attorney and human rights activist Azadeh Shahshani, history professor and NCSTN activist Jerry Surh, scholars and activists from the Center for Theology and Social Analysis in St. Louis and others …
PERFORMANCE by Hip Hop Education the Rainbow ReSisters
… Kids’ Activities … Street Theatre


A VIDEOGRAPHY CONTEST

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Support the Event – How and where to send Donations?

(guidelines for organizational sponsorship)

Mini-training for PeaceKeepers will begin at 10 a.m., Smithfield Town Commons. Volunteers — especially with previous experience in peacekeeping — are invited.

See a list of Event Co-Sponsors / Endorsements

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Gather for the March at 125 S. Fourth St
beginning at 12:30 p.m

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Rally begins, 2 p.m.

SMITHFIELD’S

TOWN COMMONS

MAP OF VENUE – LOCATED VERY NEAR I-95, US 70, and not far from I-40

200 S. Front Street

Why Smithfield?

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