FOUR YEARS IS ENOUGH!
STOP THE WAR!
Harvard Day of Dissent
Today, Tuesday, March 20
Over 3,200 U.S. troops and 655,000 Iraqis have died as a result of violence since the beginning of the war on March 20, 2003.*
This Tuesday, students all across the country are speaking out on the 4th anniversary of the war. You can be one of them.
Schedule of Events:
10:00-1:00 – Science Center – Stop by the display to pick up anti-war patches and posters. Wear/post/spread your dissent.
12:00-12:45 pm – Vigil for Peace at the Harvard Divinity School.
1:00 pm – RALLY & SPEAKOUT at the SCIENCE CENTER. Come voice your opinion and hear faculty, students, and veterans speak out.
2:00-9:00 pm – CANDLELIGHT VIGIL on the steps of Memorial Church. Reading of the names of 3,000 US soldiers and 3,000 Iraqis dead.
All day – WEAR RED to protest the continuing bloodshed in Iraq.
And get ready for another big protest March 24th in Boston Common
*Figures from Iraq Coalition Casualties (icasualties.org/oif) and the Johns Hopkins study of Iraq mortality published in The Lancet: