Featured Evening Event for May 14th : A Screening of 5 Days In Denver
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For 5 days in 2008, a group of protesters calling themselves Re-create 68 took to the streets of Denver to dissent against the American government at the Democratic National Convention (DNC). Defying federal court orders, riot police and bad press, this motley assemblage of men and women ranging in age from 21 to 71, set out to ‘re-create the spirit of the sixties’ and exercise their version of democracy with their voices and bodies as their only political capital.
7:00pm at Multikulti 1000 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL 60642
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• World Can’t Wait will be presenting at the People’s Summit,
co-sponsored by Occupy Chicago.
• Outreach to schools & communities here inBarack Obama’shometown, where people are being propagandized to welcome NATO as “humanitarian interveners”
• Orange jumpsuit contingents will expose NATO’s role in the U.S. torture-detention network
• Join the kNOw drones tour of parks and shopping areas.
• Join veterans of the U.S. wars on Iraq & Afghanistan visiting high schools to teach the youth about the human cost of wars.
Friday, May 18
• World Can’t Wait’s “International Voices for Humanity & the Planet” David Rovics headlines an evening of story, poetry, inspiration, resistance to U.S./NATO war crimes– plus a surprise performance by a rock band going acoustic. Sponsored by World Can’t Wait
7 pm, St. Luke’s Logan Square, 2649 N. Francisco, Chicago
Sunday, May 20
• 1st Day of NATO Summit
9 am – Anti-war Veterans March,
Grant Park at E. Balbo & Columbus Dr.
12 noon – Mass March: Say NO to NATO!
Meet at Petrillo Shell, Jackson Blvd & Columbus Dr., Chicago
Monday, May 21
• 2nd Day of NATO Summit
Occupy Chicago – Action in Formation
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