Monday, 20 March 2017

A World Beyond War.
Is the World waking up?

But when Googled I got this?

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Let us know about any event you’re planning. We’ll list it on our events page, and in the calendar on the right side of this website. And we’ll email everyone on our list who lives in your area asking them to attend.
Events list:
Mar 12 – Apr 8 – Leverett, MA to Washington DC – Walk for Sanctuary and a Demilitarized World
Mar 13 – Dublin, Ireland – MEETING ON THE REFUGEE CRISIS at DIT, Dublin
Mar 19 – Barrington, RI – A potluck lunch, workshops & sing along
Mar 19 – Richmond, VA – Richmond Green Party Anti War Rally
Mar 21 – St. Paul, MN – World Storytelling Day 2017
Mar 21 – Chicago, IL – World Beyond War Chicago Chapter Meeting
Mar 23 – Charlottesville, VA – Syria, Yemen, and U.S. Warmaking in the Middle East – Discussion with Gabe Huck, Theresa Kubasak, Sheila Carapico, and David Swanson
Mar 26 – Corte Madera CA – Book talk by David Hartsough and Norman Solomon
Mar 31-April 1 – Ann Arbor – Rotary World Peace Conference, Ann Arbor
Apr 7-13 – Nevada Desert Experience – Sacred Peace Walk 2017
Apr 17 – Northampton, MA – pat*RIOT’s day march in massachusetts
May 4-6 – Guantanano, Cuba – Program of the Fifth Peace Seminar and for the Abolition of Foreign Military Bases
May 21-24 – Washington DC – Alliance for Nuclear Accountability DC Days 2017
May 24-25 – Brussels – Protests against NATO at NATO Summit 2017
Jun 15-July 7 – New York – Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty Negotiations (part 2)
Jun 18 – New York – Women’s March to Ban the Bomb
Aug 3-9 – Hiroshima & Nagasaki, Japan – 2017 World Conference against A and H Bombs
Aug 9-13 Veterans For Peace Convention at the Palmer House Hilton in Chicago, Ill. The convention theme is “Education Not Militarization.”
Oct 7 The 16th anniversary of attack on Afghanistan
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Released after 44 years in American Gaol!

Hi Tim, 

Just over a year ago on 19 February 2016 I walked out of a Louisiana prison a free man after serving 44 years in solitary confinement. 

At that moment I became “famous” as the longest serving person in solitary confinement in the world, as well as being the last member of the Angola 3 to be free.

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For over 44 years - along with fellow Black Panthers Herman Wallace and Robert King - we turned our death chambers into classrooms and courts of law from which we educated fellow inmates and stood up against a violent, racist and brutal prison system which targeted us for our activism.

We believed then, as we believe now, that it is a human right to challenge and agitate the “injustice” system. 

So even when it feels like you are not going to win, when you grow disillusioned with politics which put greed before people's human rights, when you don't think you can make a difference - please remember that if you had not taken a stand to support the Angola 3 and joined the hundreds of thousands of activists around the world who did, I may not have been able to write this to you today.

Keep strong.The struggle continues.

Albert Woodfox

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