Peace Walk in Cape May

by Press Release | Jul 15, 2005
Peace Walk in Cape May The Coalition for Peace and Justice will hold a Peace Walk in Cape May on Saturday, July 30th, at 5pm. The Walk will start at the north end of the Cape May Mall by the church, and will proceed down the Mall, over to the Promenade and up to Convention Hall, where we will hold a brief rally. Parking is available at the Lafayette Street School. Shuttle buses will take you to the Mall.

Also, weekly peace vigils are scheduled for every Friday from 6–7pm, in front of Le Ric Plaza at the corner of Routes 47 & 9, in Rio Grande, NJ.

We urge all area citizens who want our troops out of Iraq, and United Nations peacekeepers in, to please join with us at our Peace Walk and vigils. With the Iraq elections having been held, now is the time to begin to replace our troops with international peacekeepers, and for the United States to form an exit plan for our troops.

Over 1700 American and Coalition soldiers have died, and at least 12,000 American and Coalition soldiers have been wounded, in this war that should have never happened. Untold thousands of innocent Iraqis have died. It is time to bring our troops home.

The Coalition for Peace and Justice is a regional chapter of Peace Action, the country’s largest grassroots peace and justice organization, with over 100,000 members nationwide. The Coalition for Peace and Justice covers the Southern New Jersey area, from Atlantic City to Cape May to Salem.

For more information, contact Norm Cohen at (609) 601-8583

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