(3 pm. – promoted by ek hornbeck)
Today’s the day. You know what to do.
The Iraq Moratorium marks its first anniversary.
The Moratorium is a simple idea. It asks people to interrupt their daily routines once a month, on the Third Friday of every month, and do something to call for an end to the war and occupation of Iraq.
It can be something simple, like wearing a button or armband to work or school. Or it can be dramatic, like taking part in some kind of major rally, march, occupation, die-in or other action. Some choose to challenge authority and get arrested. Others send an email to their Congress member. There is room for all of that and everything in between. There are no rules, and only one requirement to be part of Iraq Moratorium day: Do something!
Operating on a shoestring and relying on volunteers, the Moratorium sparked at least 1,322 events in 42 states and 256 communities during its first year of operation. (Those were listed; many others just happen and are never added to the list or the count.)
Imagine what it could accomplish with a little money and even a tiny bit of media attention?
Help make it happen. Donate something if you can, knowing that every badly-needed dollar will be put to immediate and effective use in the cause of peace.
But, more importantly, do something.
You may not end the war. But acting can be its own reward. Give it a try.