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Get involved with CODEPINK Pittsburgh!
Contact Francine Porter: email@example.com
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CP Pgh honors the Iraq Moratorium- see
about our Women's Tent City at the G20 in Pittsburgh, September, 2009
on the national CODEPINK blog, PINKTank.
photos of the Tent City here.
The G20 may be over, but our important work continues. “Now is
an important time for activists to continue speaking out about the imperialistic
wars being funded and supported by our government,” says Francine Porter,
CODEPINK Pittsburgh coordinator. It's up to women to continue to
raise awareness and pressure Congress about the imperialistic wars launched
by our country in Iraq, Afghanistan, and the continual support of military
aid to Israel to continue the brutal occupation of Palestine.
Join us in action in Pittsburgh!
about CODEPINK Pittsburgh in action
in the July
12, 2007 edition of the City Paper
"...the Pittsburgh chapter of CODEPINK, a nationwide women-led
activist organization that strives for peace and social justice. Holding
signs that read "Even Nixon knew when to leave" and "I
Miss America," the group protested during the noon lunch hour under
sunny skies. They sang songs to the tune of "God Bless America,"
with the lyrics altered to "I Miss America."
Photo caption: For the entire month of October, 2008, the point fountain
in Pittsburgh was PINK for CODEPINK!! Okay, actually for breast cancer
Welcome August Shank, the youngest member of CODEPINK
joins it's sister branches worldwide in its struggle for peace and
believes women can be instrumental in ending this illegal and immoral
invasion and occupation, and we will express our opposition to the
US imperialistic foreign policy until our troops are home safely,
and the quality of life to Iraqi citizens is restored.
rejects peace, freedom, and democracy at gunpoint.