Move Over AIPAC! National Conference

MOVEOVERAIPAC

Come to DC

May 21-24, 2011!

Join us in DC May 21-24, 2011, to counter the annual AIPAC policy conference with creative actions, keynote speakers, book signings, workshops, and cultural events! Sign up today!

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Join us in DC

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Register now to join us in DC May 21-24, 2011, to counter the annual AIPAC policy conference with creative actions, keynote speakers, book signings, workshops, and cultural events!

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Congress 2011:

Time for a New Foreign Policy!

Tell your Congressperson to stop giving $3 billion in military aid to Israel a year! It’s time to bring our war dollars home and invest in rebuilding America, not in weapons manufacturers!

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CODEPINK: Women for Peace, Global Exchange, and the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, together with over 80 peace and justice groups, are organizing a gathering in Washington, DC from May 21-24, 2011, called “Move Over AIPAC: Building a New US Middle East Policy,” and we would like to invite you to be a part of this important national happening! Timed to coincide with the annual policy meeting of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), we will bring activists and concerned citizens from around the country to learn about the extraordinary influence AIPAC has on U.S. policy and how to strengthen an alternative that respects the rights of all people in the region.

The DC actions are endorsed by changemakers including: writer Alice Walker, consumer advocate Ralph Nader, Holocaust survivor Hedy Epstein, past American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee President Abdeen Jabara, author Naomi Klein, Jewish Voice for Peace ED Rebecca Vilkomerson, former US Senator James Abourezk, Israeli activist and researcher Dalit Baum, blogger/writer Laila El Haddad, clown doctor Patch Adams, Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, union organizer Bill Fletcher, analyst Phyllis Bennis, human rights advocate Anna Baltzer, and many more.

We hope you’ll join us in DC this May!

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