Participating groups and individuals

Participating Groups and Individuals in the Days of Action to Support GI Resistance and GI Rights! December 8-10th, 2006

We urge you to join us December 8-10th for a weekend of action
in support of GI Resistance and GI Rights!

Courage to Resist
War Resisters Support Campaign (Canada)
Iraq Veterans Against the War
War Resisters League
Gold Star Families for Peace
Central Commitee for Conscientious Objectors
Not in Our Name
World Can't Wait
Veterans for Peace  Chp 133 (Montana)
Veterans for Peace Chp 69 (SF)
Veterans for Peace Chp 72 (Portland)
Marin Peace & Justice Coalition
Rockland Coalition for Peace and Justice
South Bay Mobilization
Traprock Peace Center
BASE Collective

Bob Watada and Rosa Sakanishi, father and step-mother of Lt. Ehren Watada
Darrell Anderson, Iraq veteran and war resister
Kyle Snyder, Iraq veteran and war resister
Stephan Funk, former marine and first resister of Iraq war
Pablo Paredes, former Navy sailor and Iraq war resister
Col.Ann Wright, 29 year US Army veteran and US diplomat who resigned in March 2003 in opposition to the Iraq war.
Sara Rich M.S.W., mother of Spc. Suzanne Swift
Anita Dennis, mother of resister Darrell Anderson
Fernando Suarez del Solar
- Gold Star Families for Peace, father of Marine Jesus Suarez killed in Iraq

DeDe Miller, Gold Star Families for Peace
Jeff Paterson, former marine and first resister Gulf War I
 Edward Hasbrouck, draft resister
Gerry Condon, Vietnam war resister 


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