A caravan of students is traveling from Southern California to join the East Bay march and rally. Students from throughout the state will march from UC Berkeley to downtown Oakland. Contingents are coming from the following schools: Chapman University, Notre Dame de Namur, Orange Coast College, Orange County Student Alliance, San Diego State University, San Francisco State University, Santa Ana Community College, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Irvine, and UC San Diego, UC Santa Barbara, UC Santa Cruz and University of San Francisco.
Please post the following text widely to your eMail lists:
Books Not Bombs!
Our Communities Say No War on Iraq!
Money for Schools, Jobs & Health Care!
Saturday, April 5
Gather at 10 AM at UC Berkeley, Sproul Plaza
March down Telegraph begins promptly at 11am
Join up with community rally at Mosswood Park
March down Telegraph to Oakland City Hall for final rally and music.
As Bush prepares to drop billions of dollars worth of bombs on Iraqi
children, thousands of Bay Area teachers are getting pink slips. Join
thousands of college and high school students and teachers from all over the
West for a speak-out at UC Berkeley, and then march past the schools,
libraries, hospitals and communities facing the budget massacres.
Join students from: UC Berkeley, San Francisco State, Un of San Francisco,
UC Davis, UC Santa Cruz, Stanford, City College of SF, Vista CC, Laney CC,
Notre Dame De Namur, UC San Diego, Berkeley High, Oakland High, Sac State,
Orange County CC, Chico State, Chapman College, Foothill College, College of
San Mateo, Mills College, San Diego State, and many more for this STUDENT
SHOW OF UNITY AGAINST THE WAR!
Campus Anti-War Network & April 5 Coalition 4 Peace & Justice: People's
Non-Violent Response Network, Black Radical Congress, Labor Committee for
Peace and Justice, Alameda Central Labor Council, Youth Power - Oakland High,
Vanguard Foundation, City Councilwoman Nancy Nadel, Not In Our Name, ANSWER,
Bay Area United Against War, United for Peace and Justice, Oakland Education
Association, Berkeley Federation of Teachers, and 150 other community, labor
and religious organizations.