CODEPINK Hawai'i (Oahu)
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Calendar of Events. **Updated 1/1/07**
CodePink Hawai'i (Oahu) hosts
the Peace Ribbon Project.
1. First Friday, Jan 5 Walking Memorial
2. Wed, Jan 10 Peace Ribbon Display at Hawaii State Library
3. Mon, Jan 15 Dr. Martin Luther King Day Parade
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can volunteer for any of
Come help us celebrate our 1-year anniversary of the Code Pink Hawai'i (Oahu).
We are hosting the Peace Ribbon, moving memorial of lives lost in Iraq, as we
pass the 3000 mark of American deaths in Iraq.
We need your help in the following three events for the Peace Ribbon Project:
1. Friday, January 5 First Friday in Chinatown 6:00-8:00 pm. Walking memorial
with the Peace Ribbon through the streets of Chinatown. Wear Pink and meet at
6:00 at the Pacific Justice and Reconciliation Center, 19 Pauahi Street. We
need people to walk with the ribbon and also to be at the information table
that will be in front of Louis Pohl Gallery on Hotel Street.
2. Wednesday, January 10 Hawaii State Library 1:30 pm. Help set up the Peace
Ribbon display in the lobby of the library at King and Punchbowl. Also, please
bring friends to see the display through January 13.
3. MOST IMPORTANT EVENT: Monday, January 15 Dr. Martin Luther King Day Parade.
Meet at 7:00 am at Magic Island, Ala Moana Park, and bring some friends who
can help carry the 125 panels of the Peace Ribbon in the parade. PLEASE WEAR
PINK! We also need a couple of people who do not want to walk to help us stake
out a spot for the Peace Ribbon and the Code Pink information table in Kapiolani
"Gandhi once declared that it was his wife who unwittingly taught him the
effectiveness on nonviolence. Who better than women should know that battles
can be won without resort to physical strength? Who better than we should
know all the power that resides in noncooperation?" Barbara Deming
Above: Demonstration at Ft. Shafter to support Suzanne Swift.
Below: Demonstration: Peace groups and concerned citizens show support for
Lt. Ehran Watada.