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SF Bay Area Says No to NATO!

Join us in saying No to NATO! Bay Area CODEPINK will focus our monthly Walk for Peace on opposition to the Cold War dinosaur, NATO, in response to an appeal from European activists organizing a No to NATO conference and protests during the NATO Summit in Warsaw. We will gather for a short rally at the South Plaza of the bridge, walk to the middle of the span, and then return for a longer rally and closing circle. Activists from allied organizations will join CODEPINK. 

NATO, established by the US and European powers in 1949, has been obsolete since the Berlin Wall fell in 1989. It is currently destabilizing the border regions through provocative and extensive military exercises on the Russian border. 

WHEN

July 10, 2016 at 12pm - 2pm

WHERE

Golden Gate Bridge
Highway 101, Parking (carpooling highly recommended): Arrive by 11:15 to get a parking space in parking lots near the SE or SW side of the bridge; OR park at Crissy Field parking and walk up the stairs to the Sout, San Francisco, CA 94129, United States,

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CONTACT

Toby Blome ·

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Add to Calendar 10-07-2016 12:00:00 10-07-2016 14:00:00 America/Los_Angeles SF Bay Area Says No to NATO! Join us in saying No to NATO! Bay Area CODEPINK will focus our monthly Walk for Peace on opposition to the Cold War dinosaur, NATO, in response to an appeal from European activists organizing a No to NATO conference and protests during the NATO Summit in Warsaw. We will gather for a short rally at the South Plaza of the bridge, walk to the middle of the span, and then return for a longer rally and closing circle. Activists from allied organizations will join CODEPINK.  NATO, established by the US and European powers in 1949, has been obsolete since the Berlin Wall fell in 1989. It is currently destabilizing the border regions through provocative and extensive military exercises on the Russian border.  Highway 101, Parking (carpooling highly recommended): Arrive by 11:15 to get a parking space in parking lots near the SE or SW side of the bridge; OR park at Crissy Field parking and walk up the stairs to the Sout, San Francisco, CA 94129, United States Toby Blome ratherbenyckeling@comcast.net

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