Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Teach-in on U.S. Intervention in Ukraine

No New Cold War with Russia
No U.S. Support for Fascist Atrocities in Ukraine
We Need Funds for Healthcare, Housing, Jobs and Schools, Not for War

Thursday, May 22nd
7:00 p.m.
205 W. Monroe Street, 5th floor
8th Day Center for Justice

Rick Rozoff, manager of the Stop NATO website
Carl Rosen, President of the Western Region of the United Electrical union
Marina DudaNova, a local activist who lived through a war in her homeland, Transnistria, in 1992

This teach-in has been called to respond to developments in Ukraine in the past weeks: in Odessa, the deaths of 46 people and burning of the House of Labor at the hands of fascists; the attacks on cities in east and southeast Ukraine by army and fascist militia attacks; and the growing moves by the US and NATO in Ukraine and threatening a new war with Russia.

8th Day Center for Justice
American Party of Labor
Anti-War Committee – Chicago
Chicago Area Peace Action
Students for a Democratic Society – College of DuPage
Workers World Party

This event is organized as part of the call for emergency antiwar actions by the United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC). To read the statement, a list of endorsing organizations, and see the events around the country, go to:

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