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Work 4 Peace,Hold All Life Sacred,Eliminate Violence! I am on my mobile version of the door-to-door, going town-to-town holding readings/gatherings/discussions of my book "But What Can I Do?" This is my often neglected blog mostly about my travels since 9/11 as I engage in dialogue and actions. It is steaming with my opinions, insights, analyses toward that end of holding all life sacred, dismantling the empire and eliminating violence while creating the society we want ALL to thrive in

Tuesday, November 30, 2004

final flyer - mad voter pink tea party

no time to write - we're moving ahead full steam. we've a great graphic that i can't get to show up here (laura, can you help?) - we've secured a location, we're beginning to get confirmations from honorees, donations are beginning to trickle in, and food is beginning to be gathered!!! here's the flyer without the set-up!

Mad Voter Pink Tea Party
Gala Celebration & Benefit
CodePink will present pink badges of courage to local activists including:
Deception Dollars, Driving Votes, Iraq Veterans Against the War, League of Pissed Off Voters, Tikkun’s Michael Lerner, MoveOn’s Joan and Carrie, Raging Grannies
and many more
Medea Benjamin, mc
Melanie DeMore
Valerie Orth
Dance Brigade
Chola Priest
Live Auction:
Autographed anti-Bush pink slips
Framed vintage jazz posters
Weekend getaway for two
and much more
Silent Auction:
Dinner for two
Gift certificates
Antique Persian Rug
and much more
Let’s re-group, re-energize,
re-direct, re-connect!
Saturday, December 11
5:00 p.m. Reception & Silent Auction
7:00 Awards Ceremony & Live Entertainment
9:00 Call to Action
Alameda Auctions by the Bay Theater
2700 Saratoga Street, Alameda
Driving: Alameda-Webster Tube; follow the pink balloons
Carpool from Oakland 12th St. Bart Available
Tickets: $10 to $10,000 donation
No one turned away for lack of funds
Childcare provided on-site
Purchase Tickets: On-line at, Bookstores: Walden Pond, Black Oak Books,
Change Makers, or call 510-524-2776,
CODEPINK is a women-initiated and women-led grassroots peace and social justice movement that seeks positive social change through proactive, creative protest and non-violent direct action.