Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Occupy the Court Yard! Send a Message to Senator Dianne Feinstein: Stop the planned bombings against the Syrian People!

"Sen. Feinstein Home 'Occupied' Saturday/Sunday by Protests Over Predicted U.S. Military Action in Syria; 'No War On Syria' Light Show Decorates Senator's Property" 
2013-09-08 from Toby Blome:
Demonstrators opposed to U.S. military action in Syria  have "occupied" the property of Sen. Dianne Feinstein Saturday evening, are camping out with tents and banners, and pledging to stay at least  through Sunday.  A "special" light show will appear at her home -- located at Lyon and  Vallejo Streets in SF -- Saturday night and early Sunday morning.  Saturday, a series of actions included protests at the homes of Rep. 
Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Dianne Feinstein's as part of "Occupy Congress" in  opposition to U.S. military action in Syria, according to CODEPINK, and  a coalition of peace organizations, and individuals, including SYRIANS and Middle Eastern people opposed to US intervention. 
The schedule is as follows:   
* *SATURDAY: March to Senator Feinstein's Home:
Lyon and Vallejo St. "Occupy the CourtYard!" Set up tents to Occupy for Peace, bring  banners, signs and decorations for tents and courtyard.
Sunset: PEACE WITH SYRIA Encampment. Candlelight vigil begins (candles needed), instruments welcome.   
* *SUNDAY: 8-10 a.m: Distributing flyers to Pacific Heights neighborhood, urging them to call congress: VOTE NO WAR ON SYRIA... DIPLOMACY NOT MISSILES!
Rally for the People of Syria in the courtyard, and leave messages for Sen. Feinstein: Let's clean our own backyard first: Close Gitmo, End Indefinite Detention, Disarm all Nuclear Weapons, Ban Cluster Bombs and Land Mines and Ground the Drones!!! Stop Human Rights Abuses at home.   
* *SUNDAY: 10 a.m.: March from Feinstein's home to Golden Gate Bridge.
*Noon: CodePink Peace Walk on the Bridge. March in Solidarity with the People of Syria. Start at S.F. or Marin end of the eastern (bayside) walkway, converge in the middle. Rally 1 p.m. 

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