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WGS and Allies at the US Social Forum


“Transnational Feminist Organizing to Resist Militarism & Empire”

Date: Thursday June 24, 2010

Time: 3:30 - 5:30PM

Location: WSU Student Center 786

Women working across borders to resist militarization and cultural genocide in Guahan (Guam), Colombia, and the U.S.-Mexico border -- with Esperanza Peace and Justice Center, Global Fund for Women, Grassroots Global Justice, Guahan Coalition for Peace and Justice, and World March of Women.


“Move the Money from War to Our Communities”

Date: Friday June 25, 2010

Time: 3:30 - 5:30PM

Location: WSU Student Center 289

Check out the legendary anti-militarism fashion show and help map a grassroots campaign to move the money from war to working class and communities of color -- .with Veterans for Peace, Fund Our Communities-Cut Military Spending 25%, War Times/Tiempo de Guerras, and United for Peace and Justice (UFPJ).


"Galvanizing Ourselves against U.S. War and Militarism"

Date: Saturday, June 26, 2010
Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Cobo Hall, Room D3-2.

Hosted by the Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, Peace Action, and War Times

The struggle of displaced farmers, indigenous people, women, and oppressed nations against U.S. military bases around the world, and the struggle of people of color and working class communities in the United States to change U.S. economic policy to prioritize basic human needs over war-making are two sides of the same coin.

How can we concretely work together to build a sustained movement that diminishes the power of war making institutions?

How can we evoke excitement in our immediate communities as well as broader sectors of society around a set of goals and tactics that are about deflating the warfare state?

Join us to discuss how we can connect the two struggles in building a movement that challenges the power of U.S. war making institutions.

The caucus aims to bring together organizers/leaders of domestic struggles that have a stake in changing U.S. budget priority, as well as folks struggling against U.S. bases abroad, and engage everyone in a facilitated conversation about how we can concretely and collectively work together in a movement against U.S. war and militarism


Visit www.ussf2010.org to see schedule of events and registration.


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