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The List of Actions is Growing! Protest the Militarization of Space, October 4-12 2008

The week of October 4-12, 2008 has been dedicated by the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space to protests against the militarization of space, and a growing list of communities are taking part. The following are places where organizing for demonstrations or presentations is underway. If you live nearby one of these places, be sure to save the date. If you’re feeling highly motivated, contact the organizer to lend a hand.

· Baltimore, Maryland (Oct 3) Peace witness by Jonah House at the new Northrop Grumman weapons production plant

· Bath Iron Works, Maine (Oct 18) Protest at Aegis destroyer “Christening”. Aegis is outfitted with “missile defense” systems

· RAF Croughton, England (Oct 4) Demonstration at U.S. Space Communications Base

· Fylingdales, England (Oct 11) Demonstration at U.S. Star Wars radar facility by Yorkshire CND

· Grand Rapids, Michigan (Oct 5) Marywood Campus Health Center presentations by Ardeth Platte and Carol Gilbert

· Grand Rapids, Michigan (Oct 6) Aquinas College presentations by Ardeth Platte and Carol Gilbert

· Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (Oct 7) Film showing of Arsenal of Hypocrisy space video at the Just Us Café

· Hampton, Florida (Oct 5) FCPJ’s “Remember our Roots” Day on the coalitions’s land. FCPJ was a co-founder of the Global Network

· Kirtland AFB, New Mexico (Oct 4) Demo at Space War Center Truman Gate (505) 401-4808

· Las Vegas, Nevada (Oct 4) Peace Concert and Fair

· Menwith Hill, England (Oct 4) Demonstration at NSA Spy Base, Yorkshire

· Nagpur, India (Oct 6) Space issues forum at Dharampeth Science College

· New York, New York (Oct 3) Joel Landy’s musical presentation at The Yippie Museum Café will include space issues

· New York, New York (Oct ) Protest at L-3 Communications, a prime contractor in space Command, Control and Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C³ISR), 600 Third Avenue (at E 39th)

· Omaha, Nebraska (Oct 7 & 9) Demonstrations at Quest Center, home of annual Strategic Space & Defense convention

· Penny Farms, Florida ( ) Forum at Penney Memorial Church

· Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Oct 2) Peace Concert at Temple University

· Queensland, Australia (Oct 4) Demonstration at University of Queensland’s Center for Hypersonics technology

· Santa Rosa, California (Oct 7) War in Space presentation at Santa Rosa Junior College Newman Auditorium by Physics Instructor Lynda Williams

· Toledo, Ohio (Oct 4-12) Daily space issues leafleting at Lucas County Courthouse

· Valley Forge, Pennsylvania (Oct 4) Nonviolent resistance at Lockheed Martin, the world’s largest weapons corporation and space weapons contractor

· Vandenberg AFB, California (Oct 11) Vigil at front gate (831) 206-5043

3 comments to The List of Actions is Growing! Protest the Militarization of Space, October 4-12 2008

  • rev

    This stuff is so hateful! You guys who made this site do not represent the leader you try to represent: Obama or anyone else. He would not promote you. You guys are way off and the world will show you in November. Its time to put harsh words down and come together

  • Jim

    The demilitarization of space is so hateful? Uh huh.

  • Darebrit

    Because of people like rev, we are now subject to limited constitutional rights, ownership of the broadcast airways by the media monopolists and spy-in-the-sky weapons. You need to understand, that everything in this world and around it belongs to all of us.

    Only those who become politically aware and active when governments and mega corporations conspire together to hoodwink the general populace, are working for the good of all people of all nations. And placing ANY kind of military equipment in space is NOT in our best interest.

    Beware rev! The bombs that you may wish to allow in our space may drop on your head.

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