Friday, August 17, 2007

March Against The War On September 15th

The D.C. goverment and the federal Department of the Interior continue to do their best to disrupt organization for the September 15th march to end the war. Here's an audio link to an interview with one of the organizers for the march. The government is trying to make the organizers take down the signs that publicize the war. A local Fox News station started this, campaigning to get its listeners to complain about the signs.

One way that we can fight back is to put up virtual e-signs all over the blogosphere. Sept15 buttonAdd the anti-war button to your web page or blog. You can do it easily; here's how. Blog about the September 15th march. There's tons of information here.

You can also contact the D.C. government and ask them to stop trying to interfere with First Amendment rights. The best way to take action is to call the Director of Department of Public Works, William O. Howland, Jr. at 202-673-6833, and the Mayor of DC, Adrian Fenty, at 202-724-8876.

The Interior Department can be reached here:

Mailing Address:
Department of the Interior
1849 C Street, N.W.
Washington DC 20240

Phone: 202-208-3100

The September 15th March is timed to bring thousands of people to D.C. to demand an end to the war just as the "Patreus" report is being issued to Congress. It's too important a chance to bring pressure on the Congress for us to allow Fenty's D.C. government and Bush's Department of the Interior to use harassment in order to silence us.


deborah said...


Do you have any cheap motels/hotels you could recommend trying to stay at if I come up from Tennessee for the week of Direct Action. If I can't rally others to come and carpool (or even more ambitious organize a transportation center), I will probably be doing the ole Greyhound. I am not familiar with D.C. and thus haven't even got a clue what areas to look to stay. Any hints would be helpful.
Also, any wisdom on what it means when event organizers say "able to risk arrest?" Just wondering if I should think about participating in that one particular part of the week/march. Probably not as I have no training in non-violent protest.
a complete newbie who has only been writing letters and participating in local demonstrations.

Hecate said...


If you can stay in say Silver Spring. Arlington (Ballston), or Pentagon City, which are on metro, but outside the city, the hotels should be cheaper. I think the Answer website has some info on ride sharing and lodging. I'm not sure exactly what they mean by "able to risk arrest," but I imagine it might mean some nonviolent action such as blocking streets, etc. Hope that you make it up here.

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