SPECIAL EVENT: ‘Die In” San Diego, Today – Saturday, March 22

by on March 19, 2008 · 2 comments

in Organizing, Peace Movement, San Diego

PLEASE NOTE: This event will involve a peaceful demonstration involving those of us who are ready to end the war and demand TRUTH and JUSTICE.
For more info go to www.dieinsd.com

When
Saturday, March 22, 2008 at 2:00 PM

Where
Meet in the park downtown
W. Island Ave & 1st Ave
San Diego , CA 92101
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What to wear/Bring:
Wear a white t-shirt that can be printed on.

Additional Notes:
We will be meeting at this park to give instructions of the die-in and to reveal the location that we will walk to. Those who wore a white t-shirt will have a number applied to their shirt, that illustrates the number of deaths he or she represents. After arriving to the location revealed at the meeting, we will lay down and “Die” on the ground for five minutes to show what it would look like if San Diego was a war zone. AGAIN… this is a PEACEFUL and non-violent demonstration.

BIKERS!!:
For those of us who ride bikes… ride them down to the Die-in and we will go for a peaceful, fun, non-political ride afterwards. Destination is up to whoever shows up and wants to lead.

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avatar Nina March 22, 2008 at 5:14 pm

Once again the OB rag has the info.

News can be happening right in front of the news stations such as NBC and they ignore it.

All you have to do is to go to one of these protests and see how little media coverage there is and compare it to other news stories and then you understand how controlled the news media actually is.

San Diego die is was fun. I recommend going to any of these events. It does not take that long to be a part of things and make a difference.

When someone thinks they make no difference just think of a mosquito in your bedroom when your trying to sleep. A little effort can go along way.

PEACE

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avatar Patty Jones March 22, 2008 at 5:58 pm

Hey Nina, sorry we didn’t get to meet at the die in. It was fun, especially being around so many young people. I think I was probably the oldest person on the ground. And it was a great warm day downtown to be laying on the cool concrete!

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