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CORK Anti-War Activities Today & This Week
For futher info contact Fintan Lane on 087 1258325. Vigil & Concert this evening. March on Saturday
ANTI-WAR MARCH IN CORK THIS COMING SATURDAY
The Cork Anti-War Campaign will be holding a march through Cork city centre this Saturday to protest at the war on Iraq and, more particularly, at the use of Shannon airport by American warplanes. It is extremely important that we mobilise for this demonstration in order to send a clear message to Fianna Fail and the PDs that the majority of Irish people oppose the integration of an Irish civilian airport into the U.S. war machine. The Irish state should not be complicit in mass slaughter.
The demonstration, one of many across the country, will assemble at Daunt Square at 1pm. Bring homemade placards and other items symbolising your opposition to what is happening at Shannon airport.
If you live outside the city, please consider organising a bus from your area – we need as many people as possible to attend on the day! For details and information, phone Fintan Lane at 087 1258325.
PEACE CONCERT ORGANISED BY CAWC
A peace concert organised by the Cork Anti-War Campaign will be held in City Limits, Coburg Street, from 8pm till late, on this coming Thursday evening.
All proceeds will go to UNICEF Ireland’s fund for medicine for Iraqi children. Karan Casey and Scullion will be among the acts performing.
Tickets are E15 waged/E12 unwaged. Phone Fintan Lane at 087 1258325 for details.
VIGIL ON DAUNT SQUARE AT 6PM ON DAY X
CAWC will be holding a vigil on Daunt Square at 6pm on the evening that the war starts. We would encourage everybody to attend.
‘STOP THE WAR’ PUBLIC MEETING IN CLONAKILTY
Clonakilty Against the War will be holding a public meeting in the town on Tuesday, 25 March at 8pm in O’Donovan’s Hotel. Speakers include Prof. John Maguire (Cork Anti-War Campaign and Afri), Latif Serhildan (co-ordinator, Kurdish Solidarity Ireland), and Dan Coakley (former UN Chief Technical Manager, Energy Sector in Iraq/Kurdistan, 1998-9). For further information,
CORK TEACHERS AGAINST THE WAR
This group meets every Thursday night at 8pm in the Rob Roy in Marlboro Street, Cork.