Join CODEPINK Dallas for death penalty protest & Bush Accountabil-athon!

We will protest at all three of former president George Bush’s speeches!




CODEPINK activists hold Dick Cheney and George Bush accountable for their war crimes


February 3, 2015

Dear Activist,

Join CODEPINK Dallas on Wednesday, February 4th to oppose the execution of Donald Keith Newbury. Newbury’s sentence is the third this year in Texas and we need to raise our voices to call for the end of this inhumane punishment. While the death penalty is at an all-time low in the United States, Texas still has an astronomical fifteen executions planned from January through May alone.

CODEPINK Dallas, along with other anti-death penalty activist groups, is committed to the sustained effort of protesting whenever the state schedules an execution. Join us and denounce these brutal methods for achieving “justice.” The demonstration will include a light display, so we ask that you please wear dark colors. 

>When: 6:00pm, Wednesday February 4th, 2015 RSVP here!

>Where: Mockingbird Bridge at Central Expressway

Join us again for the Bush ACCOUNTABIL-ATHON in Dallas from February 5th - 7th! We will protest at all three of former president George Bush’s speeches. As the commander-in-chief, former President Bush orchestrated the Iraq War from 2003 - 2011. This war led to the death of thousands of US troops and hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians. Despite this, Bush is normally paid over $100,000 for for speeches. RSVP and Join the Dallas CODEPINK Team to show that war criminals must be held accountable, not glorified and honored. 


>Thursday, Feb 5, 4:45pm - OMNI Hotel, 555 South Lamar Street - RSVP here

>Friday, Feb 6, 10:45am - InterContinental Hotel, 15201 Dallas Parkway, Addison

>Saturday, Feb 7, 4:45pm - InterContinental Hotel, 15201 Dallas Parkway, Addison

“Without accountability it is impossible to ensure that such actions are never authorized by any future president or other U.S. official.” the Center for Constitutional Rights and the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights

CODEPINK Dallas is committed to opposing the death penalty and holding war criminals accountable. We hope to see you at these important actions!

In solidarity and with hope for peace in 2015,

Leslie, Danna, Diane, Hadi, Tom & the CODEPINK Dallas team 

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