Greater Lansing Network
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The Greater Lansing Network Against War Injustice
is a membership organization seeking to end war and promote social justice through advocacy, education and action. Please join our actions, come to one of our meetings and get involved. All are welcome!
GLNAWI nonviolent actions policy

GLNAWI CURRENT ACTIONS

  • ACTIONS TO END IRAQ WAR

PETITION TO END IRAQ WAR
RESCIND PATRIOT ACT

(click for details)
1900 signatures as 7/15/2004

PETITION AGAINST TORTURE
(click for details
)

  • STOP GENOCIDE IN SUDAN (Click for action details)
  • EYES WIDE OPEN EXHIBITION: Beyond Fear Towards Hope a multimedia journey through the words, images, and sounds of the Iraq war. This exhibition is being brought to Lansing with other faith communities and social justice organizations September 30, 2004.

EYES WIDE OPEN EXHIBITION
(click for more info, ways to assist)
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2004
MICHIGAN STATE CAPITOL

  • ISRAELI PALESTINE DIALOGUE to further understanding of the issues involved and action steps we can take to help alleviate the crisis.

  • VIGIL FOR PEACE JUSTICE every Friday noon to 1:00 pm
    12noon-1 pm (at the intersection of Capitol Michigan Ave.)

ALSO
Military Draft Counselor Training
Saturday, September 18, 2004, 10am-3pm
learning to counsel youth on their legal options, rights and alternatives to military service
(Arts Sciences Building)
Lansing Community College, Lansing, Michigan

(click for info and registration) (click for more details)

Conference on Youth, Conscience the Military October 2, 2004, 10am-4pm Lansing Community College Lansing Michigan Workshops, speakers and forums on the role of the military in our communities, conscientious objection and more.

Take Action!

gdmoz.comanizational Meetings
details

GLNAWI Positions
details

Peace Vigils
Every Friday, noon to 1 PM in front of the State Capitol.
Bring a sign!

Sign and circulate:
Iraq War petition
Torture petition

Distribute flyers.

Put a sign in your yard.

Contact members of Congress.

Write letters to the newspaper

Register to Vote