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 Cities for Peace2003-01-10 23:59
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Cities for Peace is a growing effort to get U.S. City Councils and other civic bodies to pass resolutions against a war on Iraq. Civic and religious leaders, educators, peace activists, business leaders and individuals are coming together across the country to say "no" to Bush's call for war. We the people of the U.S. are wary of a military venture against a country that has not attacked us. Apparently 34 cities so far have passed resolutions against the war.

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11 Jan 2003 @ 10:32 by spiritseek : I Applaud
the cities that are standing up to war against Iraq or any other nation is to be commended for its bravery. It has over time been known that to be a minority is to be shunned by humanity but now we see quite the opposite occuring world wide. Posting more articles like this one will inspire more anti-war people to come forward. Thanks Ming.  

11 Jan 2003 @ 16:30 by sharie : I love this!
I'm so happy to be hearing about this protests. In my neighborhood, a number of people have "No Iraq War" posted on their homes and trees!  

30 Apr 2016 @ 01:13 by Geralyn @ : bpUwGBzBoqge
Pero que ricoooosss!! Me encanta la canela por todos lados!!En el viaje de dubai cada día desayunaba cinnamon buns, estaban riqso­uimÃs!! Y seguro que este bollo también está riquísimo!Un besooo!  

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