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Add your name to the growing list of endorsers for the Emergency Mobilization to End the War National March on the Pentagon June 5, 1999 by clicking on the link below and filling in the on line form! Call to action Emergency Mobilization to Stop the War

National March on the Pentagon, June 5, 1999

U.S./NATO bombs and cruise missiles are raining down on Belgrade, Pristina, Novi Sad and other cities, towns and villages in Yugoslavia, falling on Serbs, Albanians, Hungarians, Romanis and Montenegrins alike. In the name of "peace," NATO has killed thousands and destroyed hospitals, homes, schools, universities, bridges, power and water treatment plants, factories, and more. In the name of "protecting human rights," the launching of the air war has triggered a refugee crisis displacing hundreds of thousands of people.

Now, as the bombing and its terrible toll escalate, the threat of a U.S. invasion of Yugoslavia looms. A ground war will mean the deployment of hundreds of thousands of troops.

Now is the time to act! We are urging you to join us in the newly formed Emergency Mobilization to Stop the War. Hundreds of thousands of us marched against the U.S. war on Iraq in 1990-91. We have continued to work against the sanctions that have killed more than 1.5 million civilians in that country. Now, the Pentagon is embarked upon another bloody intervention, in violation of all international law, and against the interests of the people of the Balkans and the people of this country as well.

The Emergency Mobilization to Stop the War is planning major activities to mobilize hundreds of thousands of people who will say in a loud and clear voice: "Stop the bombing! Stop the war! Bring the troops, ships and planes home now! Money for jobs, healthcare and education, not for war!"

On Saturday, June 5, there will be a mass march from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to the steps of the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. April 17 will be an International Day of Protest, with demonstrations taking place in at least 100 cities across the country and around the world.

Yugoslavia is the fourth country—along with Iraq, Afghanistan and the Sudan—bombed by U.S. military forces in the past eight months. Now we are at the edge of an even wider and more destructive war. We must act urgently to build a broad and deep movement that says "NO" to this madness. Join and endorse the Emergency Mobilization today. Circulate this appeal to your co-workers, neighbors, campus, church, mosque, synagogue, union and community.

Emergency Mobilization to Stop the War Initial Endorsers (list in formation):

  • Ramsey Clark
  • Bishop Thomas Gumbleton
  • Rev. Lucius Walker, Jr., Exe. Dir., IFCO/Pastors for
  • Peace
  • Edith Villastrigo, Leg. Dir., Women Strike for Peace
  • Rev. Djokan Majstorovic, Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of
  • St. Sava, NYC
  • Michael Parenti, Author
  • Geronimo ji Jaga Pratt
  • Brian Becker, Sara Flounders International Action
  • Center
  • Nadja Tesich, Author
  • Barry Lituchy
  • Covert Action Quarterly
  • Leonore Foerstel, Women for Mutual Security
  • Center for Peace in the Balkans, Toronto, Canada
  • Haiti Support Network/Haiti Progres
  • Frank Velgara, Working Group on Puerto Rico/FS
  • Hellenic American Peace Committee
  • Larry Holmes, Workfairness
  • Jeremy Scahill, Pacifica Radio
  • Iman El-Sayed, College Voice, College of Staten Island
  • John Ranz, Pres., Survivors of Buchenwald, USA
  • Heather Cottin, Jewish-Serbian Friendship Committee
  • William Blum, Author, Killing Hope
  • Karen Talbot, International Center for Peace and
  • Justice
  • David Sole, Pres. UAW Local 2334
  • Greek Americans for Action
  • Gloria La Riva, Int’l Peace for Cuba
  • Assn. Of Greek Resistance Fighters, 1941-1945
  • Alan Dale, Emergency Comm. Against US Intervention in
  • Yugoslavia*, MN
  • Women in Black
  • Hector Rivera, Welfare Poets
  • Kadouri Al-Kaysi, Comm. in Support of the Iraqi People
  • Leslie Feinberg, Author
  • Carlos Rovira, Latinos for Mumia
  • Ohio Citizen’s Action
  • Prof. Dan Georgakas, Queens College
  • Trudy Rudnick, AFT, Local 3882
  • Westsiders Against War, NYC
  • Rev David Olson, Community Church of Boston*
  • Stevan Kirschbaum, VP, USWA Local 8751 Boston School
  • Bus Drivers
  • Prof. Rashid Khalid, Boston
  • Vigils for the Iraqi People
  • Ed Childs, Chief Shop Steward, Hotel Employees and
  • Restaurant Employees Local 26, Harvard U.*
  • Committee for Peace and Human Rights, Boston
International Action Center
39 West 14 Street, Room 206
New York, NY 10011
phone: (212) 633-6646
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