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December 10th Impeachment Day in Los Angeles


December 10th: Impeachment Day in Los Angeles
Aside from these two events, there are plans to have several groups of activists in orange jumpsuits rallying around the city. Check below for details about the planning meeting scheduled for Monday, December 4th.
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Sign up to attend either event here.

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Impeachment Workshop
Workshop Contact: Matthew Gerbasi matt@cotam.org

We will be providing materials for people to become media/street activists on the topic of Impeachment. Bring your planner so we can continue our actions into the New Year.

The Pledge to Impeach, freeeway blogging, letter writing, talk show and news desk call-ins will be discussed.

2 - 4 PM
Clothing of the American Mind HQ
1284 W.Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles 90026

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IMPEACHMENT? WHY NOT. PDA-SFV Presents a Public Town Hall on Impeachment

With: Assemblyman PAUL KORETZ; DAVID SWANSON, co-founder Afterdowningstreet.org; ELIZABETH de la VEGA, former prosecutor and author of U.S. vs. George W. Bush et al.; Political Science Professor DR. DENNIS LOO, author of The Impeachment of Bush and Cheney.

Sunday December 10, 2006, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Van Nuys- Sherman Oaks Senior Center, 5040 Van Nuys Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91423

SIGN UP TO ATTEND

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Participate in Local Actions
Action Contact: Charles Gelsinger riveragelsinger@sbcglobal.net

December 10th is not only Impeachment Day; it is also International Human Rights Day. On December 10th and 11th, take a stand against the legalization of torture. Make the torture that is being carried out by our government in our names a reality that people must confront in their daily lives. Spend the day wearing what the Guantanamo detainees have to wear everyday: dress in orange jumpsuits, hoods and shackles – wear it to school, to work, to church services, to shopping malls and farmer’s markets.
Get your jumpsuit here.

Currently, 14,000 people are being detained by the U.S. without charges. Many are subjected to torture. In September this year, Congress made all of this legal with the Military Commissions Act (MCA), which:
Gives the president the right to hold people indefinitely without charges and without the option of review from the courts, nullifying habeas corpus rights.
Denies defendants the right to see evidence used against them and allows the use of “evidence” gained through torture.

Please join us to make plans for International Human Rights Day 2006.
Hear a presentation on human rights and the MCA and the testimony of a torture victim.
Monday, December 4, 7-9 PM
Peace Center, 8124 W. 3rd St.

at Crescent Heights; enter through back alley–look for 2-story gray building–park in carport area

Take a stand against the legalization of torture.

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