Message to Military Veterans of Peace

Saturday Jan. 12th Radio Tribute to Dave Cline


Tune in to the radio tribute to David Cline on WBAI 99.5 FM in New York on Saturday, January 12, Noon – 3 PM EST {WBAI is streamed live over the Internet in multiple formats:

MP3: 24K or 64K or .ram

OGG: 24K or 64K

See WBAI Stream

Expected guests: Paul Zulkowitz, Michael McPhearson, Thomas Brinson, Ken Dalton, Jerry Hassett, Steve Hayes, Stephan Smith, Bryan-David Kee, Marcy J. Gordon, Sue Schnall, Jesse Myerson, Jose Vasquez, Joe Cross, Cindy Sheehan, Eric Laursen, Clark Kissinger, Lori Purdue, Medea Benjamin, David Swanson

And if in New York City on Sunday


A Tribue to Dave Cline

(January 8, 1947 – September 15, 2007)

Antiwar Activist, Labor Organizer, Humanitarian, Vietnam Veteran Against the War, Veteran For Peace

Medal “For Peace and Friendship between Nations” awarded to David Cline by Vietnam Union of Friendship Association

SUNDAY, January 13, 2 – 6 PM

Featuring: STEPHAN SAID aka SMITH, RANDY CREDICO, BRYAN & MARCY, PAT SCANLON, BRIAN JONES as ‘Dave Cline’, and The Bush Chain Gang; MCs John McDonagh of WBAI & Michael McPhearson of Veterans For Peace; Lori Purdue, Joel Landy, Ron King, Steve Bloom, Jackie Sheeler, Sue Schnall, Sgt. Geoff Millard, Joe Cross, Yonathan Shapira, Video by Andrew Courtney

FREE Refreshments/Cash Bar & Menu Service/Auction & Raffle


121 West 45 Street, New York NY 10036

(Between Broadway & Sixth Avenue)

SUBWAY: #1, 2, 3, 7, N, Q, R, Shuttle to Times Square Station

PARKING GARAGE: Manhattan Parking, 137 West 45 Street, 212-944-5118


Donations to Veterans For Peace will go toward antiwar events in David Cline’s honor.

RSVP & INFO: zool at or 646-549-1615

David Cline was a highly decorated, disabled Vietnam War combat veteran. A leading member of Vietnam Veterans Against the War, Dave is prominently featured in ‘Sir, No Sir!’ an award-winning documentary about GI resistance. As President of Veterans For Peace, David oversaw tremendous growth in membership and helped found Iraq Veterans Against the War. A true humanitarian, David Cline was a co-founder of the Vietnam Agent Orange Relief & Responsibility Campaign.

Veterans For Peace, founded in 1985, is a 501(c)3 national membership organization and an official NGO represented at the United Nations.


Dave Cline plays “Touch a Name on The Wall” by Joel Mabus


  1. until it arrives I could supply a photo of it.  That way they can auction it off even if there is an issue with delivery.

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