October 16th - END THE WARS!

street sign
Not one more day!
Not one more dollar!

March & Rally

October 16
12:00 Noon

Gather at City Hall

Followed by March to
Independence Mall &

Flyer (PDF)

Half-page flyer (PDF)

Press Release

Post-demonstration press release

Photo-essay on the march - words & pictures by Rich Gardner with hat tips to Chris Robinson, Bob Smith and Betsey Piette for helping to identify the many friends and allies taking part in the action.

Checks can be sent to
PO Box 333
Bristol, PA 19007

make checks to Philly Against War and put "October 16" in the memo
U.S. out of Afghanistan and Iraq!
Bring the Troops Home Now!
Money for Jobs, Education and Health Care, not for War!
No Bail Outs for the Rich!
End all U.S. Aid to Israel!
Lift the Siege of Gaza!
Say NO to Racism and Anti-Islamic Bigotry!
Hands off Iran!


United Antiwar Committee – Philadelphia ● Philadelphia Against War ● United for Peace and Justice – Delaware Valley Network ● Brandywine Peace Community ● Philadelphia Regional Antiwar Network (PRAWN) ● International Action Center ● Philadelphia ANSWER ● Philadelphia Party for Socialism and Liberation ● Northwest Greens ● Socialist Action ● Workers Power ● Philadelphia Solidarity ● Philadelphia Chapter of Progressive Democrats of America ● Coalition for Peace Action (Princeton) ● BuxMont CFPA ● Philadelphia Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) ● Up Against the Law ● African People's Solidarity Committee ●  Uhuru Solidarity Movement

Contact: 267.994.9448 / philly.march.mobe@gmail.com

The continuation of US wars abroad is a threat to the very existence of humanity. Our thirst for oil and natural resources means wars and occupations for the purpose of controlling these resources. Our continued dependence on fossil fuels, at the expense of safe, renewable, alternatives, means that global climate changes will devastate populations and ecosystems. We will also be faced with other disasters like the BP oil spill in the Gulf and the fouling of our waters by natural gas extraction in the Marcellus Shale region.