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IMPEACHMENT: St. Patty's Day Pentagon March For Peace and Impeachment: Full Information Post

















MARCH ON THE PENTAGON TO SAVE OUR SERVICE PEOPLE, PRESERVE THIS NATION AND IMPEACH THE CRIMINALS IN AND RUNNING THE WHITE HOUSE



MARCHING FOR PEACE FOR OUR PEOPLE AND JUSTICE FOR OUR "LEADERS"
-THE PRECINCT MASTER-

Introducing the March on the PentagonSaturday, March 17, 2007

Cindy Sheehan

"One of the reasons we are marching on the pentagon on March 17 is for impeachment and accountability… The Bush regime has committed so many crimes against humanity, they are enemies of humanity and that is one of the reasons we must march... The real issues are ending the occupation of Iraq to save our soldiers and save the people of Iraq and the real issue is not to invade Iran….We must march…" - Cindy Sheehan


~ 40th anniversary of the historic 1967 march on the Pentagon ~~ 4th anniversary of the start of the Iraq war ~~ Where we will assemble on March 17th ~

Where we will Assemble on March 17


Tens of thousands of people will be gathering at 23rd St. and Constitution Ave. NW at 12 noon near the Vietnam Memorial prior to the March on the Pentagon on Saturday, March 17. We will not be in the Vietnam Memorial. From this area, we will march over the Arlington Memorial Bridge to Virginia on the way to the Pentagon.


The 58,000 U.S. soldiers who lost their lives in Vietnam and the millions of Vietnamese who were killed, died in a criminal war. The connection between Vietnam and Iraq could not be more clear. Iraq is also a criminal war of aggression. The central issue today, just as it was in 1967, is to bring the war to an end.


Thousands of veterans and military families, including those who have lost loved ones in Iraq, will be in the front ranks of the March on the Pentagon.

Some tiny pro-Bush groups who support the war in Iraq, and who normally mobilize about 25 people to hold signs when massive antiwar protests take place, are now callously trying to manipulate Vietnam veterans by spreading rumors that the March on the Pentagon will defile the Vietnam Memorial. This lie should be treated with the same contempt that people have for the other lies promoted by Bush and his followers to justify an illegal war of aggression: Iraq had Weapons of Mass Destruction; Iraq was responsible for the September 11 attacks; and that the U.S. occupation would be greeted as an act of liberation by the Iraqi people. Enough lies. Enough deceit!


On March 17, 2007, the 4th anniversary of the start of the criminal invasion of Iraq, tens of thousands of people from around the country will descend on the Pentagon in a mass demonstration to demand: U.S. Out of Iraq Now! 2007 is the 40th anniversary of the historic 1967 anti-war march to the Pentagon during the Vietnam War. The message of the 1967 march was "From Protest to Resistance," and marked a turning point in the development of a countrywide mass movement.


In the coming days and weeks, thousands of organizations and individuals will begin mobilizing for the upcoming March on the Pentagon. Organizing committees and transportation centers are being established to bring people to the March on the Pentagon.


We will assemble at 12 noon at 23rd St. and Constitution Ave. NW. Click here for more information.


Click here to read the full ANSWER statement on why we're marching.


Statement from the ANSWER Coalition on the March 17-18 Global Days of Action


The people of the United States want an end to the war in Iraq. The elections in November were a clear repudiation of the Bush administration's war of aggression. The new Congress, however, has no intention of ending the war. Bush and the Pentagon generals are determined to prolong the war. Tens of thousands of more troops will be sent to Iraq. We are building a massive antiwar movement on the national and local level. Only the action of the people will stop the war.


We are returning to the Pentagon because the Iraq war has resulted in more than 655,000 Iraqi deaths (Lancet), on top of more than 1 million killed by sanctions between 1990-2003. This is genocide.


We are returning to the Pentagon because U.S. military deaths has exceeded 3,000. But that doesn't begin to tell the story. There have been 21,921 wounded as of Nov. 30 and another 17,835 evacuated due to serious injury or illness as of Sept. 30, 2005 when the Pentagon stopped releasing these statistics.


We are returning to the Pentagon because it is U.S. missiles and bombs, including hundreds of thousands of cluster bombs that have been sent to Israel to kill and maim the people of Palestine and Lebanon. These weapons are a war crime. The estimate is that between 2 million and 3 million cluster bomblets were dropped on Lebanon, and more than a million remain unexploded -- posing a danger to civilians for years to come. The war in Iraq is one front in the U.S. plan for domination of the Middle East. Colonial occupation is a crime whether it be in Iraq or Palestine or Lebanon.


The Global Military Machine


We are returning to the Pentagon because it maintains 714 military bases in 130 countries to extend the influence of US transnational corporations, oil giants and banks. The slogan of national security and the war on terror stands exposed as a pretext for a global empire enforced by military might and limitless violence.


While the focus of the recent years has been to use military power and violence against the Arab people, the Pentagon has been targeting peoples and nations all over the world. U.S. troops occupy South Korea. U.S. nuclear weapons target North Korea. Interventionist actions are already taking place in the Philippines, and are planned against Cuba, Venezuela, and throughout South and Central Asia.


The Warfare State: Spying, Surveillance, Secret Prisons and Torture Facilities


We are returning to the Pentagon to demand the immediate closure of Guantánamo and all other torture facilities. The grotesque revelations of torture and abuse in Abu Ghraib were the tip of the iceberg. Punishing a few rank and file soldiers and counting on the mass media to tire of the story, the Pentagon has tried to conceal the reality that it engages in arbitrary detention and torture of those it identifies as “enemies.”


We are returning to the Pentagon to demand an end to the surveillance and other spy programs conducted against the people of this country by the Pentagon and other agencies.


Militarism: The Social Costs of the Warfare State


We are returning to the Pentagon because the military budget of this country is a dagger in the heart of programs that meet peoples' needs. More than 47 million people in the U.S. are without health care coverage and one out of every four children is born into extreme poverty. Fifty percent of all bankruptcies in the last year were filed by people who couldn't pay their hospital and doctor's bills.


Factories are closing and whole communities and neighborhoods are being turned into ghost towns. Skyrocketing tuition is and will continue to make the dream of a college education harder to realize for working class youth. In the last year, Bush and Congress cut money for education, food aid and veterans' benefits while the Senate voted almost unanimously to rubber stamp the new “war” budget of $590 billion (the official budget number of $443 billion conceals at least $150 billion in expenditures.)


We are returning to the Pentagon to challenge the system that is addicted to war and global domination. The Iraq war is a criminal endeavor based on lies. It was always about conquering the entire Middle East with its vast repositories of oil. While the Iraq war has been an absolute catastrophe for the entire people of Iraq and for tens of thousands of U.S. soldiers, it must be remembered that many U.S. corporations are benefiting. They are the recipients of new Pentagon orders for weapons, supplies and contracts. The Iraq war costs approximately $279 million each day. That breaks down to more than $11 million every hour of every day of the year. The total cost of the Iraq war will be $2 trillion, according to the Iraq Study Group report.


Unless the people act now, the human and economic costs of the war will only increase. Let's unite and stand together at the Pentagon on March 17.


Initial endorsers include:

Ramsey Clark, former U.S. Attorney General
Maxine Waters, Congresswoman
Alice Walker, Pulitzer prize winning author
Cynthia McKinney, Congresswoman
Cindy Sheehan, co-founder Gold Star Families for Peace, author
Ron Kovic, Vietnam Veteran, author, Born on the 4th of July
Malik Rahim, Founder, Common Ground Collective, New Orleans
Bishop Thomas Gumbleton, Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit
Paul Haggis, Director of Crash, 2005 Academy Award for Best Picture
Elias Rashmawi, National Coordinator, National Council of Arab Americans (NCA)
Howard Zinn, Author, A People's History of the United States
Rev. Luis Barrios, Iglesia de San Romero de las Americas, UCC
Heidi Boghosian, Executive Director, National Lawyers Guild
Chaplain James Yee, former Army chaplain, Guantánamo Detention Center
Mahdi Bray, Executive Director, Muslim American Society Freedom Foundation
Father Roy Bourgeois, Founder, School of the Americas Watch
Leonard Weinglass, Attorney for the Cuban Five
Eric LeCompte, National Office, School of the Americas Watch
Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, Co-founder, Partnership for Civil Justice
Brian Becker, National Coordinator, ANSWER Coalition
Mounzer Sleiman, TV commentator and Vice Chair, National Council of Arab Americans
Waleed Bader, Vice chair of the National Council of Arab American, Chair of NCA NY/NJ Chapter, Former President of Arab Muslim American Federation – NY
Ben Dupuy, Co-Director, Haiti Progress
Juan Jose Gutierrez, Executive Director, Latino Movement USA
Calvin Gipson, Former President, San Francisco LGBT Pride Committee
Rev. Graylan Hagler, Senior Pastor, Plymouth Congregational Church, Washington D.C
Kay Lucas, Director, Crawford Peace House, Crawford, TX
Iglesia de San Romero - United Church of Christ
Claudia de la Cruz, Director, Dominican Women’s Youth Development Center
Chuck Kaufman, Co-coordinator of the Nicaragua Network
Al Garcia, Alliance for a Just & Lasting Peace in the Philippines
Macrina Cardenas, Mexico Solidarity Network
Eugene Puryear, Howard University, student leader
Gloria La Riva, Coordinator, National Committee to Free the Cuban Five
CAAAV: Organizing Asian Communities
Nodutdol for Korean Community Development
Iglesia de San Romero - United Church of Christ
Da Urban Butterflies
KAWAN: Korean Americans Against War and Neoliberalism
Justice CommitteeEd Asner, Actor
Shirley Knight, Actor
Debra Sweet, National Coordinator, World Can't Wait -- Drive Out the Bush Regime
Jennifer Harbury, Human Rights Lawyer, author
United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA)
Jim Lafferty, Director, National Lawyers Guild - Los Angeles
James Petras, Professor Emeritus, SUNY Binghamton (State University of New York)
Mimi Kennedy, Actor (Dharma & Greg)

ANSWER Coalition- 202-544-3389 -Email-Local offices
*For immediate release*

*Interviews with antiwar organizers, activists, and military families are available*-National (DC) press contact: Sarah Sloan,Office: 202-544-3389; Mobile: 202-904-7949New York press contact: Ed Felton,Office: 212-694-8720; Mobile: 917-806-5867

1) Free Speech Victory! Pentagon March Route is Now Set2) Pro-impeachment organizations uniting for Pentagon March3) Speakers list for the March on Pentagon

Pentagon March Route is Now Set

The Free Speech battle with the State of Virginia has been won! The attempt to obstruct the demonstration has collapsed. More than 2,000 people sent letters to the Virginia Attorney General and people everywhere expressed their outrage that Virginia would attempt to create barriers preventing demonstrators from marching to the Pentagon. This could not have happened without everyone's participation. This combined political and legal challenge, waged with the assistance of the Partnership for Civil Justice, made all the difference. Legal and security issues have been dealt with to ensure a safe and secure march for the participation of the whole family. Click to see more logistical information for the March on the Pentagon.


*Updated 2/27*
WHAT IS THE PLAN FOR MARCH 17?


There will not be a rally at the assembly area, as we want to hit the streets and march to the Pentagon. There will be a rally at the Pentagon. It is important that everyone make the effort to get to the assembly location at 23rd and Constitution early. Try to get to the site by noon - don't miss the march! If you are coming by bus or driving from out of town, make sure your group is leaving early enough to get you to the assembly site no later than noon.


At the assembly site, between 8 a.m. and 12:30, there will be a pre-march People's Assembly in the park at 23rd and Constitution. Contingents and organizations will be providing information displays and literature tables. We will be joined by the famous Bread and Puppet Theater. There will be children's activities, including sign-making for the march, where our children can also pick up anti-war balloons. There will be a large Impeach Bush tent with impeachment materials and a place for impeachment advocates from around the country to gather and meet.


The march will begin at 12:30 p.m from 23rd and Constitution, N.W.


For those coming by bus: Bus drop off will be on 23rd St. north of Constitution Ave., right across the street from the opening rally site. Buses will park at the closing rally site (at the Pentagon North Parking Lot) and riders will board them after the rally. (See sections below on bus drop off, parking and pick up.)


For those using public transportation, take the blue/orange line to Foggy Bottom and from there walk straight down 23rd St. to Constitution Ave. After the rally at the Pentagon, you can walk to the Arlington Cemetary metro station on the blue line. (See section above on public transportation.)


For those driving personal cars and vans: You can park in the area of the opening rally site, and take the metro back to your car after the rally at the Pentagon. (See section above on public transportation and below on van/car parking.)


-Gather at 23rd St. & Constitution Ave. NW

The image to the left will show the rally site at 23rd St. & Constitution Ave. NW, as well as the surrounding streets and beginning of the march route.

Click here for a printable version of this map (8.5x11 inch PDF).
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*Updated 2/28*BUS DROP OFF on 23rd St. north of Constitution Ave.

Bus drop off will be on 23rd St. north of Constitution Ave. This is right across the street from the gathering site at 23rd St. and Constitution Ave. NW. (Buses should not stop or drop off on Constitution Ave.)

-The image to the left will show the bus drop off location, which is on 23rd St. right across the street from the opening rally site.

Click here for a printable version of this map (8.5x11 inch PDF).

We strongly recommend that all buses utilize this drop off point. This will ensure that everyone arrives on time and does not miss the rally and the start of the march. Buses have dropped off in downtown DC for all of the massive anti-war rallies involving hundreds of thousands of people. Because buses arrive over a period of several hours, there will not be a heavy back-up of buses.


Buses should not drop off and/or park at outlying metro stations. (Those who do this may not arrive on time for the rally and the march step off. It will take a minimum of 45 minutes to ride the metro to the assembly area, you may have to transfer metro lines, it will cost over $2 per person and then you will have to walk to the rally area from the metro exit. After the rally, you will again have to walk back to, pay for and ride the metro, which will delay your departure or require you to leave the Pentagon rally early.) It is only a few minutes walk from the bus drop off point to the rally site.


BUS PARKING & PICK UP AFTER THE RALLLY

After buses drop off at the rally site (see above), they can drive to the rally site at the Pentagon and park there for the day. Following the rally at the Pentagon, bus riders can walk right over to their buses.

Driving directions for bus drivers: Constitution Ave. & Henry Bacon Dr. to Pentagon


Click here for a printable flyer with this image and the driving directions.

Bus organizers should print out copies and give them to your bus drivers.

- Drive south on 23rd St. until you reach Memorial Circle.

- Bear right as you go around the circle. It is best to be in the left lane (of two lanes) at this point.- You will see two bridges to your right. Take the second bridge, which you will reach after 0.3 miles. It is best to be in the far left lane (of three lanes) on the bridge.


- Once across the bridge you will drive into a traffic circle. Take the first exit from it, which is immediately on your right.


- After exiting the traffic circle, take the first exit on your left (this is right away). You will see a brown rectangular sign that says “395 / Ronald National Airport / Alexandria / Mt. Vernon / Next left.”


- You will go around an on-ramp, and then onto a highway. Get into the far right lane.


- After a total of 1.5 miles (from Constitution Ave. and 23rd St.), the right lane becomes an exit lane. You will see a green sign that says “Pentagon North Parking Lot.”


- After taking this exit, you will curve around an off-ramp. Continue to follow the road until it dead ends at a stop sign. The Pentagon North Parking Lot (where you are parking) is directly in front of you.


- At the stop sign, turn left. Look for people with orange flags who will show you where to park.


*Updated 2/27*MAPS OF OPENING RALLY SITE & MARCH ROUTE

-Gather at 23rd St. & Constitution Ave. at 12 noon

The image to the left shows the rally site at 23rd St. & Constitution Ave., as well as the surrounding streets and beginning of the march route.

Click here for a printable version of this map (8.5x11 inch PDF).

After the opening rally, we will march to the Pentagon for a closing rally.

-The march will cross Arlington Memorial Bridge, go along Route 27 / Washington Blvd. to the Pentagon.

Click here for a printable version of this map (8.5x11 inch PDF).


*Updated 2/28*VAN/CAR PARKING

Below are details about several parking lots near the rally site (23rd St. and Constitution Ave. NW). Please note the maximum clearances.

University Parking Garage: GWU-Located on 22nd between I and H Sts.-Open 24 hours-Daily Weekend maximum rate (all day): $9.00-Maximum clearance 6’5”-Central Parking System-Located at 2021 K St. NW-Open from 8:00am-6:00pm on Saturday-Rate: 1 hour is $9.00, maximum is $15.00-Check for maximum clearance


Colonial Parking-2000 Pennsylvania Ave NW-Open from 9:00am-1:30am on Saturday-Rate: 1 hr is $8.00, 2 hrs is $13.00 and the max rate is $16.00-Maximum clearance is 6’ 3”-Colonial Parking-I St. between 21st and 22nd Sts.-Open from 9:00am-1:30am on Saturday-Rate: 1 hr is $8.00, 2 hrs is $13.00 and the max rate is $16.00-Maximum clearance is 6’ 3”

CONTINGENT ASSEMBLY

The A.N.S.W.E.R. National Office is helping to coordinate contingent assemblies on different areas of the assembly area (23rd St. and Constitution Ave. NW). We recommend that contingents assemble in this area in order not to miss the main rally or the march step off. You can designate a particular banner, flag, balloon, or other marker as something for people joining you to look for, and make sure to bring extra high poles to elevate it above the crowd. This way, everyone coming to your contingent can follow the crowd from the bus drop off location to the main assembly area and then find you - rather than having to find another part of Washington DC.


Please contact the A.N.S.W.E.R. office to let us know about your contingent and to coordinate your assembly point. Please email contingents@internationalanswer.org with your group name, a contact name and phone number, and the plan for your contingent, and we will get back to you to help coordinate your assembly point with that of other groups.

Learn more aboutthese contingents:

Students & Youth

Soldiers, veteransand soldiers' families

Free the Cuban Five /Hands Off Latin America


TABLING POLICY
We have arranged space at 23rd St. and Constitution Ave. NW for all groups that want to set up informational tables. All groups will be asked to contribute $25. Space is available on a first come, first serve basis in the designated tabling area beginning at 9:00 am.

A map of the tabling area will be available soon.

If you are planning to set up a table, please email your group name and a contact name and number to
tabling@internationalanswer.org. Please bring your own table and chairs. No other structures can be set up.

Click here for more on logistics ...

Pro-Impeachment Organizations Uniting for the March on the Pentagon

At a meeting of a new coalition of a large number of organizations that are supporting impeachment, held in New York City on February 17, it was decided to mobilize for the March on the Pentagon on March 17 to demand, "End the War and Impeach Bush Now!" The coalition of organizations that have united in this effort is called Impeach07.

The members of Impeach07 are:

- After Downing Street

- Backbone Campaign

- Center for Constitutional Rights

- Citizens Impeachment Commission

- CODE PINK Women for Peace

- Constitution Summer

- Consumers for Peace

- Democrats.com

- Democracy Rising

- Gold Star Families for Peace

- Green Party of the United States

- Hip Hop Caucus

- Impeach the President

- ImpeachBush.org

- Military Free Zone

- National Lawyers Guild

- Patriotic Response to Renegade Govt

- Progressive Democrats of America

- Independent Progressive Politics Network

- Velvet Revolution

- World Can't Wait-Drive Out the Bush Regime

The breadth of support for the March on the Pentagon is reflected in the 1500 endorsers, including national and local organizations, that are supporting and mobilizing to come to Washington, DC. The lead contingent of the demonstration will include thousands of Iraq war veterans, soldiers' families, and other veterans.

The March on the Pentagon speakers list includes:

- Malik Rahim, Founder of Common Ground Collective
- Cindy Sheehan, Gold Star Families for Peace
- Howard Zinn, Author, A People's History of the United States
- Ramsey Clark, Former U.S. Attorney General
- Melida and Carlos Arredondo, whose son and stepson was killed in Iraq
- Congressman John Lewis (Georgia)
- Mahdi Bray, Executive Director of Muslim American Society Freedom Foundation
- Mounzer Sleiman, TV commentator & Vice Chair, National Council of Arab American
- Leonard Weinglass, Civil Rights Attorney
- Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, National Lawyers Guild
- Jonathan W. Hutto Sr., Navy Petty Office Third Class, Co-Founder Appeal for Redress
- Liam Madden, Former Sgt. USMC, Appeal for Redress, Bellows Falls, VT
- Anita Dennis, Organizer with Courage to Resist, Military Families Speak Out member
- Helga P. Aguayo, Wife of Conscientious Objector Agustín Aguayo
- Debra Sweet, National Coordinator, World Can't Wait
- Brian Becker, National Coordinator, ANSWER Coalition

Student groups, religious organizations, many impeachment organizations, and others are actively building for this demonstration. Click to see the list of transportation centers.

March 17th Logistics
How to get to DC
The Plan for the Day
Other essential info
How to help
-Buses, vans & cars
-Driving directions
-DC Public transit
-Airports, train and bus station in DC--March 17th plan
-Bus dropoff
-Bus parking, pickup
-Maps: assembly area, march route

-Van/Car parking
-Contingent assembly
-Tabling policy--Housing in DC
-Disability Access
-Legal
-Media
-Weather
-What to bring
-Food
-Bathrooms --Volunteering
-Banners and Signs
-Literature
-Work Sessions
-What is A.N.S.W.E.R.?
-Join the email alert list


BUSES, VANS AND CAR CARAVANS GOING TO DC:

Transportation is being organized from cities all over the country to travel to Washington DC. Click here for details about cities organizing transportation. People will be coming from every state in the East Coast, Midwest and South, and many are coming to DC from the West.

If you're organizing people from your area and you're not listed, fill out the online Transportation Form so we can help get the word out.


*Updated 2/27*DRIVING DIRECTIONS

For detailed driving directions to Washington DC, click here. Enter "2200 Constitution Ave NW" in Washington (city) DC (state) 20037 (zip) as your "end" location.

The image to the left shows the rally site at 23rd St. and Constitution Ave. NW, as well as the surrounding streets and the beginning of the march route.

Click here for a printable version of this map (8.5x11 inch PDF).

*Updated 2/27*PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN DC

The closest metro (subway) exit to the rally site - 23rd St. and Constitution Ave. NW - is Foggy Bottom on the blue/orange lines. When you exit, walk to your right, which will be south on 23rd St. It will be easiest if you cross to the other side of 23rd St. from the metro exit since the sidewalk becomes narrow (beginning at E St.) on the side you will be on. Walk on 23rd until Constitution Ave. (a major street), cross the street, and enter the rally site at 23rd St. and Constitution Ave. NW.

-The "M" in the upper left hand corner of the image is the metro (subway) station called Foggy Bottom.

Use this exit from the blue/orange line.

From there, it is a simple walk south on 23rd St. to the rally site at 23rd St. and Constitution Ave. NW.

Click here for a printable version of the walking directions (PDF).

For an online DC metro (subway) map, click on one of the options below:

Interactive online metro map(click on station to view details)
Text list of stations(include exact location of exits)

Printable map of DC Metro System
Below are PDFs of an 8.5x11 map of the DC metro (subway) system:

multi-color PDF-black & white PDF

On the weekends, the metro is open from 7:00 am until 3:00 am.

A metro ride will cost $1.35 minimum per rider each way (if you are traveling from farther away, such as from Maryland or Virginia, it will be more). Fare cards must be purchased from machines (not from a person) located in the metro stations. The maximum change the machines give is $4.95, so please have small bills if you're paying with cash. You can also pay with a debit or credit card (minimum charge $1.35, maximum charge $3.90).

After the rally

After the rally at the Pentagon, if you want to leave by metro, you can walk to the Arlington Cemetery metro station on the blue line.

Buses in DC

DC/MD/VA bus maps are available online. Please make sure to check the timetables for any bus you may take, since some do not run on the weekends.

Click on the links below for maps, and use the zoom key (looks like a magnifying glass) for a clear view of your destination and route:DC bus mapMaryland bus mapVirginia bus map

Bus timetables are available: DCMarylandVirginia

AIRPORTS, BUS AND TRAIN STATION IN DC
AIRPORTS

There are three airports in the Washington DC area:
Ronald Reagan Washington National (DCA)703-417-8000located in Virginia very close to DC

Washington-Dulles International (IAD)703-572-2700located in Virginia about 30 min. from DC

Please see the websites of these airports for information about public transportation and directions.

Baltimore-Washington Airport (BWI)1-800-435-9294located in Maryland halfway between DC and Baltimore, about 30-40 min. drive from DC

The best way to get from BWI to the rally site is to take the WMATA Express bus that leaves from airport and takes you to the Greenbelt Metro Stop. From there, you will want to go to the Foggy Bottom Metro Stop. Here’s the link with more information about bus departure times from the airport:http://www.bwiairport.com/ground_transportation/washington_dc__wmata_/

For plane tickets, try any of these sites:
Travelocity.com

Orbitz.com

Hotwire.com

Priceline.com

Lowestfare.com

Jetblue.com

- Select "Washington, DC/Dulles (IAD)", not included in above sites

DC airport codes are DCA, IAD and BWI. Some sites also allow you to enter WAS to cover all three.

BUS STATION
The Greyhound bus station is located at 1005 1st St. NE (at L St.). This is walking distance from Union Station (the train station), which is also the location of a red line metro stop (Click here for metro information). The phone number is (202) 289-5154 and the website is http://www.greyhound.com/.

There are several low cost buses that travel to Washington DC from New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore and other area cities. They drop off at various locations in the DC downtown area, all of which are metro accessible.
Washington Deluxe

New Century Travel

Chinatown Bus

TRAIN STATION

Amtrak, MTA/MARC, Metrorail and Virginia Rail Express run to Union Station. Union Station is located at 50 Massachusetts Ave. NE. The red line stop "Union Station" is located inside the building (Click here for metro information). Click here for the Union Station website, which offers directions.

AMTRAK1-800-USA-RAIL

MTA/MARC1-800-325-7245(does not run on weekends)

Metrorail202-637-700

Virginia Rail Express1-800-743-3873

Click here for more on logistics ...

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MARCH ON THE PENTAGON - GET THE MESSAGE OUT!
Easy tips on getting local media coverage in the next few days!

BUT FIRST, A REMINDER:


There will not be a rally at the assembly area, as we want to hit the streets and march to the Pentagon. There will be a rally at the Pentagon. It is important that everyone make the effort to get to the assembly location at 23rd and Constitution early. Try to get to the site by noon - don't miss the march! If you are coming by bus or driving from out of town, make sure your group is leaving early enough to get you to the assembly site no later than noon. There will be a pre-march People's Assembly with information displays and activities starting at 8 a.m. Read more:


http://www.pephost.org/site/R?i=BQUz81mSLlYuHMW2UF-QzQ


Also, remember to register your march contingent by clicking on this
link: http://www.pephost.org/site/R?i=CKRrTBmHEhJ_0oCUft_l6g


Please circulate widely!


Dear Ed.,

Saturday, March 17, tens of thousands of people like you will be marching on the Pentagon to say no to the illegal war and occupation of Iraq. Bush's escalation of the war will only bring more death and misery to the people of Iraq and increase the number of casualties among U.S. soldiers. We will be marching on the Pentagon because the bloated military war budget will exceed $590 billion, while 47 million people in this country are without health care coverage and one out of four children is born into extreme poverty.

Our anti war message is one that reflects the sentiment of the majority of people in this country. Now we need to push that message into the local media in the our towns and cities where we are organizing. Many people are hearing about the demonstration through articles, radio spots and TV news features. Most local media are very attracted to local participation in national events. This also attracts people to get on board your bus, van or the car pool that you are organizing.

Here are some steps you can take today to get media attention in your area:

* Contact your local news outlets: newspapers, television and radio stations and let them know that people from your town are organizing to come to Washington on March 17. Make suggestions for an angle that would interest them like interviewing a veteran or a student for example. The most interesting angle of all is that people from your town are traveling together to go to a national anti-war protest in Washington, D.C. You might invite them to an organizing session, a flyering event or a peace vigil where you will be building for the March on the Pentagon. To find media contact information in your area:

go to: http://www.pephost.org/site/R?i=MaZp_qp1fBhKLo4752t96g


* Send a letter to the editor of your local newspapers explaining your opposition to the increased war budget and that you are going to Washington DC on March 17 to protest at the Pentagon. To find out media contact information in your area go to:
http://www.pephost.org/site/R?i=uq4ysXXsCqjgQNt0jM7oLQ


* Contact your local talk shows to explain your position on the war in Iraq. Look for radio stations that take live calls and tell their listening audience your travel plans to Washington on March 17.


Whenever possible try to let them know that they can get complete information at http://www.pephost.org/site/R?i=tgym_iUhU2hCt5_TB8_QUw


In all contact with the media, encourage them to cover your efforts in coming to the march on the Pentagon and also the event itself.


All the hard work that is taking place now in over 200 organizing centers around the country will ensure that March 17 will be a massive expression of opposition to the war makers who are addicted to war.


We still need to raise approximately $40,000 in the next five days to pay for the huge day-of expenses. Many people have already donated and we want to thank each and every person who has made this commitment. If you have not donated for the March on the Pentagon, please do so now. If you have donated and can make another contribution, your support is deeply appreciated. Click this link to make an online tax deductible donation, or to get information on how you can send a
check:


http://www.pephost.org/site/R?i=A9mKWnt5KF4lBOQQgHRJbw


A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition
http://www.pephost.org/site/R?i=YxrMKk38HnKK5ndhmJn-7w

dc@internationalanswer.org
National Office in Washington DC: 202-544-3389

New March on the Pentagon video!

There's a short new video to promote the March 17th March on the Pentagon, which you can view by clicking here. Send the link to your friends, put the video on your webpage or MySpace, and help the March on the Pentagon get to the top of the YouTube charts! To see the video, click here.


Soldiers, veterans, and soldiers' families support the March on the Pentagon

You can make a big difference in building support for the March on the Pentagon by circulating the letter below to family members, friends, neighbors, and co-workers. It is a letter signed by active-duty service men and women, and families with loved ones who have served or are serving in Iraq, and veterans of past and present wars, who support the March on the Pentagon on March 17, 2007. Click here to read more and to sign the letter.

New: Logistics Section of MarchOnPentagon.org!

We have just posted a Logistics Section on the site, which goes over information on how to get to DC, the plan for the day of the demonstration, and other essentials, including maps of the rally sites, housing in DC, bus drop-off and parking details, disability access, and much more. Click here to go to the Logistics section of the site.


Put a March on the Pentagon button on your webpage!


You can now help spread the word about the March on the Pentagon by putting the beautifully designed button (pictured to the right) on your website, blog, or MySpace page. Let every visitor to your page know that you are a supporter of the March on the Pentagon, and that you demand "U.S. Out of Iraq Now." The button graphically portrays a simple equation: corporate interests + the Pentagon = death. To see the simple html code to copy-and-paste into your webpage, click here.

"Why I'm marching on the Pentagon"

“Common Ground has served more than half a million people without getting any government support,” said Common Ground founder Malik Rahim. “At the same time, billions of dollars have been spent on a needless war in Iraq that has drained our country’s resources which could be meeting people’s needs. We’ll be paying for this war for the next 50 years. That’s why I’ll be marching on the Pentagon on March 17.” -Malik Rahim, Founder of Common Ground.

Read more "Why I'm Marching on the Pentagon" testimonials


Recent updates
Major Alert About the March on the PentagonWednesday, March 7, 2007

Report and audio from March 6th Press conferenceWednesday, March 7, 2007

New video for the March on the Pentagon!Sunday, March 4, 2007

Join the Youth & Student ContingentFriday, March 2, 2007

Maps, Bus drop off / parking / pick up, March Route & more!Thursday, March 1, 2007

Free Speech Victory! Pentagon March Route is Now SetTuesday, February 27, 2007

Free speech battle for the March on the PentagonMonday, February 26, 2007

Put a March 17th button on your webpage!Tuesday, February 20, 2007

150+ cities organizing for March on the Pentagon, March 17!Monday, February 19, 2007

Soldiers and veterans' sign antiwar letter for March on PentagonWednesday, February 14, 2007

Regarding the Vietnam MemorialFriday, February 9, 2007

Free Speech Victory! Permits Secured for Pentagon ProtestThursday, February 8, 2007
Joining the March...

Impeachment Movement Joins March on the PentagonThursday, February 22, 2007

World Can't Wait statement in support of the MarchWednesday, February 21, 2007

Soldiers and veterans' sign antiwar letter for March on PentagonWednesday, February 14, 2007


Transportation centers to the March on the Pentagon

For questions about the March 17 March on the Pentagon, contact the National Office of the A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition by email at info@internationalanswer.org or by phone at 202-544-3389 x14. Please contact Transportation Centers only about transportation from the city nearest you.

Click here for information on Joint Actions on the West Coast.

Alabama
Mobile, ALCONTACT: David Underhill at mobilebus@answercoalition.org or 251-599-8699TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Tuscaloosa, ALCONTACT: Carol Saint at Lewistuscaloosabus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Arizona
Tucson AZCONTACT: Kim Mathews at tucsonbus@answercoalition.org or 520-403-5599TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Arkansas
Mountain Home, ARCONTACT: mountainhomebus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

California
Alta Loma, CACONTACT: altalomabus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: Los Angeles

Apple Valley, CACONTACT: applevalleybus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: Los Angeles

Chico, CACONTACT: chicobus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Citrus Heights, CACONTACT: citrusheightsbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for details.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Colton, CAInland Empire HardCoreCONTACT: coltonbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: Los Angeles

Cotati, CACONTACT: 707-823-1386TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: CarpoolTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Forestville, CACONTACT: 707-887-7433 TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: CarpoolTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Healdsburg, CACONTACT: 707-431-1129 TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: CarpoolTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Hughson, CACONTACT: hughsonbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for details.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Lancaster, CACONTACT: lancasterbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: Los Angeles

Long Beach, CALong Beach Area Peace Network and AWARE, Long BeachCONTACT: longbeachbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA12 noon at Hollywood & Vinehttp://www.answerla.org/323-464-1636

Marin County, CAMarin Peace and Justice CoalitionCONTACT: marinbus@answercoalition.org TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Merced, CAStudents for Social JusticeCONTACT: mercedbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for details.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Monterey, CACONTACT: montereybus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco
Nevada City, CAPeace Center of Nevada CountyCONTACT: nevadacitybus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Orange County, CACONTACT: orangebus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: Los Angeles

Petaluma, CACONTACT: 707-575-8902TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: BusTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Pomona, CAPeace with Justice Center of Pomona ValleyCONTACT: pomonabus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: Los Angeles

Riverside, CARiverside Area Peace and Justice ActionCONTACT: riversidebus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: Los Angeles

Sacramento, CASacramento Peace ActionCONTACT:
sacramentobus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Santa Cruz, CACONTACT: santacruzbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Santa Rosa, CACONTACT: 707-575-8902TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: BusTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

San Diego, CACONTACT: sandiegobus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: Los Angeles

San Francisco, CA12 noon at Justin Herman Plazahttp://www.answersf.org/415-821-6545
San Jose, CASouth Bay MobilizationCONTACT: Jon Britton: 408-829-9506 or email sanjose@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for details about the Peace TrainTRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

San Luis Obispo, CACONTACT: sanluisobispobus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Santa Ana, CAOrange County Peace BusCONTACT: Carol Saint at santaanabus@answercoalition.org TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: The bus will board on March 17, 10 am, at 1503 West 17th St., Santa Ana (Behind Denny’s, across from Santa Ana Community College)TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Los Angeles

Solano County, CASolano Peace and JusticeCONTACT: solanobus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for details.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Topanga, CATopanga Peace AllianceCONTACT: topangabus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: Los Angeles

Ventura, CAANSWER Ventura CountyCONTACT: venturabus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATIN ORGANIZED TO: Los Angeles

Watsonville, CACONTACT: watsonvillebus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: San Francisco

Colorado
Denver, CORe-Create 68 AllianceCONTACT: denverbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington Dc

Connecticut
Danbury, CTDanbury Peace CoalitionCONTACT: Chris Garaffa at danburybus@answercoalition.org or 203-803-9066TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Leaving from Western Connecticut State University at midnight on March 17th. Tickets $50 for students, $55 for non-students. Seats filling quickly please contact as soon as possible. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Hartford, CTA.N.S.W.E.R. CTCONTACT: connecticut@answercoalition.org, 203-404-9965TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Buses leave Friday evening 11 pm, Tickets cost $55, returning within 24 hrs. The buses will depart from Bushnell Park (across the street from the Holiday Inn Express at 440 Asylum St, one block from Hartford Union Station). 24 hour gated parking available one block away for $12 on Spruce St. btwn. Asylum and Church. 24 hour parking also available for $12 on Union Place between Asylum and Alyn St. behind Holiday Inn Express. Call for instructions on paying by check through mail or to purchase tickets over the phone. Contact us to get involved.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DCBUY AN ONLINE BUS TICKET: Click here

New Britain, CTCONTACT: newbritainbus@answercoalition.org or call 203-803-9066TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Bus tickets cost $55, student/low income price is $50.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington, DC

New Haven, CTA.N.S.W.E.R. CTCONTACT: connecticut@answercoalition.org, 203-404-9965TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Buses leave Friday evening 11:45 pm, Tickets cost $55, returning within 24 hrs. The buses will depart from the New Haven Green (north west corner of Church and Chapel St.). 24 hour parking available two blocks away at the Temple St. Garage on Crown St. between Church and Temple St. for $12. Carpool shuttles from New Haven Union Station to Church and Chapel St. will be departing the station at 11:15 pm and 11:25 pm, spaces may be available. Call to reserve shuttle space. Call for instructions on paying by check through mail or to purchase tickets over the phone. Contact us to get involved. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DCBUY AN ONLINE BUS TICKET: Click here

Oakdale, CTCONTACT: Priscilla Lounds at oakdalevan@answercoalition.org or 860-859-1271TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Carpool to New Haven, CT buses. Seats in a van available. Please buy your own ticket on a New Haven bus.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: New Haven buses to Washington, DC

Salisbury, CT NW. CT Coalition for Peace and JusticeCONTACT: Albert Ginouves at salisburybus@answercoalition.org or 860-435-0790TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Bus leaves Salisbury Central School, 45 Lincoln City Rd., in the Lakeville section of Salisbury, CT at 12:00, midnight on Friday, March 16 and returns to SCS Saturday night at 12:00 midnight. Riders can get picked up in Torrington and Litchfield, CT before the Salisbury pick-up. To reserve a seat send a $55 check payable to: NW. CT Coalition for Peace & Justice, 22 Meadow St., Lakeville, CT 06039, Some free seats for those who truly need them may be available. Please include a mailing address, an email address and phone number.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Delaware
Newark, DECONTACT: Drew Phillips at newarkbus@answercoalition.org or 302-383-8859TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information. Buses fill quickly please reserve early.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

District of Columbia
Washington, DCA.N.S.W.E.R. CoalitionCONTACT:(202) 544-3389 x14 or email dc@internationalanswer.orgEVENT: Gather at 12 noon at Vietnam Veterans Memorial (21st St. and Constitution Ave. NW), March on the Pentagon. Volunteers needed! Contact for details and to get involved.

Florida Fort Lauderdale, FLBroward Anti-War CoalitionCONTACT: fortlauderdaleplane@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Coordinating travel by plane.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Ft. Myers, FLCONTACT: ftmyersplane@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Coordinating travel by plane. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Miami, FLA.N.S.W.E.R -Florida International UniversityCONTACT: miamiplane@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Coordinating travel by plane. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Orlando, FLStudents for Democratic SocietyCONTACT: Mark Kimbrell at orlandobus@answercoalition.org or 407 765 5945TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Palm Beach County, FLBolivarian YouthCONTACT: palmbeachplane@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Coordinating travel by plane. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Tampa Bay/St. Petersburg, FLA.N.S.W.E.R.CONTACT: tampaplane@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Coordinating travel by plane. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Georgia
Atlanta, GAAtlanta IACCONTACT: Dianne Mathiowetz at atlantabus@answercoalition.org or 770-989-2536 TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: March 17 transportation info: bus transportation leaving atlanta friday evening, March 16 and returning following the end of the demonstration on saturday, March 17. $80 per seat. (subsidies possible) reservations made by paid online through paypal.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Dahlonega, GACONTACT: Vanessa Sanders at dahlonegabus@answercoalition.org or call 706-864-0132TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington, DC

Decatur, GACONTACT: Thomas Tillman at decaturbus@answercoalition.org TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Macon, GACONTACT: Dana DeHart White at maconbus@answercoalition.org TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Rome GACONTACT: Michael Hillman at romebus@answercoalition.org or 706-676-2403TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Savannah, GACONTACT: Chito Lapena at savannahbus@answercoalition.org, 912-303-9272 or 912-695-8076TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Bus for people from Savannah, Brunswick, Bluffton, Beaufort and Hilton Head areas will depart Friday, March 16 at 8:00 pm from the intersection of Bull Street and Park in downtown Savannah. It will arrives in DC around 6 am on Saturday, March 17, and depart around 6:00-7:00 pm (TBA), stopping for dinner on the way back and returning to Savannah around 6:00-7:00 am on Sunday, March 18.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

IllinoisChicago, ILA.N.S.W.E.R ChicagoCONTACT: ANSWER@ChicagoANSWER.net, 773-463-0311TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Buses leave Friday evening and return after the demonstration. Click here to purchase your ticket. Go to chicagoanswer.net more information and to get involved.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Indiana
Ft. Wayne, INCONTACT: Bruce Hall at ftwynebus@answercoalition.org or 260-745-7354TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Cost is $100 per seat, buses departing Ft. Wayne at 10pm Friday and arriving back at 8 am Sunday. More info is available at www.ourdems.org/peaceTRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Iowa
Des Moines, IAMethodist Federation for Social Action - Iowa ChapterCONTACT: Chet Guinn at desmoinesbus@answercoalition.org, 515-282-8054 or 515-556-8054TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Iowa City, IA
School of Moral Courage
CONTACT: Tim Gauger at 319-936-2307 or iowacitybus@ANSWERcoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Kentucky
Lexington, KYCONTACT: Susan Tileston at lexingtonbus@answercoalition.org or 502-386-8058TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Louisville, KYCONTACT: Nancy Jakubiak at louisvillebus@answercoalition.org or 502-939-3698TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Stanford, KYSee Lexington

Louisiana
New Orleans, LACommon Ground CollectiveCONTACT: Malik Rahim at neworleanscaravan@answercoalition.org or 504-947-0270TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Maine
Portland, MECONTACT: Jamilla El-Shafei at portlandmebus@answercoalition.org or 207-439-5800TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

More listings in Maine coming soon! Contact info@answercoalition.org for more information.

Maryland
Baltimore, MDCONTACT: baltimore@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Tickets on sale at Video Americain located in Charles Village at 3100 St Paul Street in Baltimore. The phone number there is 410-889-5266. They are open Sunday thru Thursday 11 am to 10 pm, and Friday and Saturday 11am to midnight. When you get there, you will fill out your information with name, address, phone, email so that we can contact you if necessary. The tickets are numbered so that we can be sure not to oversell. The tickets cost $15 round trip, $10 for low income. If you know of someone who cannot afford the reduced price, please let us know. The bus will leave from Charles Street between 24th and 25th, across from the Safeway at 9:30 am. It will drop you off near the gathering site and pick you up at the Pentagon Parking Lot at the end of the day.

TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC Please see the airports section of the logistics page for information on how to get to DC from BWI airport. This bus leaves from downtown Baltimore, which is north of the airport.

Massachusetts
Amherst, MACONTACT: Tristan Brown at amherstbus@answercoalition.org TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Boston, MAA.N.S.W.E.R. CoalitionCONTACT: boston@answercoalition.org, 857-334-5084TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Buses from the Boston area.Contact for more information and to get involved.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC ONLINE BUS TICKET: Available here

Cape Cod, MACape Cod and Island Peace Communities & Mggn. Smedley D. Butler USMC Brigade of Veterans for PeaceCONTACT: Joe Bangert or John Bangert at capecodbus@answercoalition.org or 508-432-0545TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Leaving Friday March 16th from Orleans, Staples Shopping Center at 7:00 pm! Riding / Sleeping all night getting into Washington, DC Saturday Morning! Breakfast stop at Denny's (not included in fare!), just outside Baltimore about an hour from DC! Following the March our bus will be returning to the Cape. Cost $ 65.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Northampton, MACONTACT: Alexander Liebman at northamptonbus@answercoalition.org or 413-320-7018TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Leaving from the parking lot behind Thornes Marketplace on the night of the 16th. Please arrive by 11:45 PM. The cost is $60, please make checks payable to ALEX LIEBMAN. Please send check or money order to Alex Liebman 18 Sumner Avenue Florence, MA 01062. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Pittsfield, MA Berkshire Citizens for Peace and Justice & GIROCONTACT: Jamie Cooney at pittsfieldbus@answercoalition.org or 413-997-2108TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Bus leaves Berkshire Community College Fieldhouse (1350 West St in Pittsfield, MA ) at 11:30PM on Friday evening, March 16 and returns to BCC Sunday morning about 1AM. The bus will also stop at Routes 22 and 295 in Canaan, NY. To reserve a seat send a $55 check payable to: Jamie Cooney, 50 Richmond Ave, Pittsfield, MA 01201. Please include an email address and phone number. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Springfield, MAWestern Mass. MobilizationCONTACT: Eric Brown at springfieldbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Leaving Springfield & Northampton at 12:05AM (exact locations TBA). Cost of individual bus ticket is $50. Make checks or money orders payable to "Western Mass. Mobilization" and mail them to WMass Mobe, Post Office Box 2733, Springfield, MA 01101. Please be sure to include your contact information (name, mailing address, phone number) with payment. If you are purchasing tickets for other people, please provide their contact info as well. Please act quickly; bus seating is limited. For additional information email and type "M17DCBUS" in the subject line. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: DC

MichiganDetroit, MIMECAWICONTACT: Dave Sole at 313-680-5508 or Armando Falcon at 989-327-0568 or detroitbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: $75 per seat, contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Minnesota
Minneapolis, MNCONTACT: Anh Pham at minneapolisbus@answercoalition.org or 612-379-3899TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: We'll leave Friday 3/16 @ 8am from St. Joan of Arc Church, 4537 3rd Ave S, Mpls. We will get home Sunday evening 3/18, same location. Sleeping will be on the bus. The cost is $175 per seat. Partial scholarships are available. Tickets can be purchased from website at http://www.antiwarcommittee.org/DCBusTrip.htm. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Mississippi
Gulfport, MSCONTACT: Glen Sandberg at gulfportbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Missouri
St. Louis, MOCONTACT: James Eberhart at stlouisbus@answercoalition.org or 636-285-7434TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Montana
Billings, MTContact: billingsinfo@answercoalition.orgTransportation Details: Contact for further informationTransportation Organized to: Washington DC

Nevada
Reno, NVMarch 17 Protest in Reno1 pm at Pickett Park (Mill & Kirman)http://www.renoanswer.org/775-636-4003People from Reno are also encouraged to attend the Sunday, March 18 demonstration in San Francisco, CA.

New Hampshire Nashua, NHCONTACT: Christy Day at nashuabus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Portsmouth, NHCONTACT: Jamilla El-Shafei at portlandmebus@answercoalition.org or 207-439-5800TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Plymouth, NH Contact: plymouthbus@answercoalition.org Transportation details: contact for more informationTransportation to Washington DC

New Jersey
Hunterdon County, NJUU Fellowship of Hunterdon CountyCONTACT: Ruth Coules at baptistownbus@answercoalition.org or call 908-238-9010TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Leaving the Old Stone Church (about 5 min from Frenchtown, 10 from Flemington and 15 from Clinton) at 7am and returning about 9-10pm. $35 per person. Please e-mail to reserve a seat.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington, DC

Hackensack, NJNew Jersey IndependentsCONTACT: hackensackbus@answercoalition.org or 201-487-3748TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more details.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Moorestwon, NJMoorestown Friends SchoolCONTACT: Peter Larson moorestwonbus@answercoalition.org or 609-387-7551TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Coach bus seats are $25 - leave Moorestown Friends School at 8:30AM and arrive in DC at 12noon; leave from DC at 5 PM and arrive in Moorestown around 8:30 PM. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

New Brunswick, NJCentral Jersey Coalition Against Endless WarCONTACT: Ellen Whitt at newbrunswickbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Bus leaves Rutgers University, Rutgers Student Center 126 College Ave., at 7:30 am, on Saturday - returning that night. Ticket cost: $35 regular, $20 student. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Trenton, NJCONTACT: trentonbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Wayne, NJNorth Jersey Impeach GroupCONTACT: Stuart Hutchison at waynebus@answercoalition.org or 973-694-5035TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

New Mexico
Albuquerque, NMStop the War Machine CONTACT: albuquerque@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

New York
Buffalo, NYBuffalo/WNY IAC/TONCCONTACT: buffalobus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Bus leaves late Fri eve Mar 16, returns after demonstration (back in Buffalo very early Sun morning). No overnight stays. COST $40 - send check/money order to IAC, 367 Delaware Ave, Buffalo NY 14202, RIGHT AWAY. Hurry--only one bus available.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Corning, NYCONTACT: Peaceful Gathering, Paul Thomas at corningbus@answercoalition.org or 607-524-6761 TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for details.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Hudson Valley, NYHudson Valley Activist Newsletter and New Paltz A.N.S.W.E.R.CONTACT: hudsonvalley@answercoalition.org, 845-255-5779TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Buses depart from New Paltz, Kingston and (probably) Poughkeepsie in the early morning, returning that night. To reserve a seat, email or call, informing us of your decision to travel, and leaving your name, town, phone, email address and the town where you will board. Then make out a check for $50 to "Newsletter," and mail to Hudson Valley Activist Newsletter, P.O. Box 662, New Paltz, NY 12561. We will contact you by email or phone with specific details and instructions.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

New York City, NYBuses from several locations in the NYC area.A.N.S.W.E.R. CoalitionCONTACT: nyc@answercoalition.org, 212-694-8720TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Buses from many departure locations leave in the morning and return that evening. More details coming soon. Contact for more information and to get involved.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DCBUY AN ONLINE BUS TICKET: Click here

Oneonta, NY CONTACT: Elizabeth Bloome at oneontabus@answercoalition.org or 607-432-7228TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Rochester, NYRochester Against WarCONTACT: rochesterbus@answercoalition.org TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Leaving friday March 16th around midnight and returning by 3am Sunday morning at the latest. $50 to reserve a seat, scholarships are available contact for more information TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington, DC

Schenectady, NYCONTACT: Bonnie Koshofer at schenectadybus@answercoalition.org TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

White Plains (Westchester County), NYWestchester People's Action CoalitionCONTACT: whiteplainsbus@answercoalition.org or (914) 682-4690Transportation Details: $45 per person round-trip, leaving at 6am from the Memorial United Methodist Church, 250 Bryant Avenue in White Plains, and returning the same evening. Transportation Organized to: Washington, DC

North Carolina
Boone, NCCONTACT: Nicholas Parks at boonebus@answercoalition.org or 828-719-0088TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Chapel Hill, NC CONTACT: Johnathan Paul McClellan at chapelhillbus@answercoalition.org or 919-929-7793TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Charlotte, NCAction Center For JusticeCONTACT: David Dixon at charlottebus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Greenville, NCCONTACT: Thomas Long at greenvillebus@answercoalition.org or 252-756-2856TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Hickory, NCCONTACT: Linda Osbon at hickorybus@answercoalition.org or 828-850-7252TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Newton, NCCONTACT: Erin Setzer at newtonbus@answercoalition.org or 828-465-1688TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Raleigh, NCRaleigh FISTCONTACT: Dante Strobino at raleighbus@answercoalition.org or 919-539-2051TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Ohio
Akron, OHCONTACT: Dave Kovacs at akronbus@ANSWERCoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Cleveland, OH Northeast Ohio Antiwar Coalition (NOAC)CONTACT: Gene Kotrba at Clevelandbus@answercoalition.org or 216-402-2513TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Kent State, OH
CONTACT: Jessica Peters at 330-388-9932 or KentStatebus@ANSWERcoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Toledo, OHUT AntiWarCONTACT: Patrick Dyer at toledobus@answercoalition.org or 419-340-4902TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Bus leaves University of Toledo @ 10:30pm, Friday March 16th; returns late Saturday night March 17th.Tickets are $47 per seat. Donations accepted to fund scholarship seats for low-income activists.There will be a send-off rally for the bus from 7pm - 10pm on Friday March 16th at the Univ. of Toledo Student Union, featuring an "Art Against the War" art show, speakers, music, and an activist fair. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, OKCONTACT: Darla Sheldon atoklahomacitybus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Muskogee, OKCONTACT: Carl "Huti" Reynolds at muskogeebus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Oregon
Portland, ORCONTACT: Clint Coppernoll at portlandbus@answercoalition.org or call 541-308-3386TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Pennsylvania
Doylestown, PACONTACT: Bucks for Progress, at doylestownbus@answercoalition.org TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for detailsTRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Harrisburg, PACONTACT: harrisburgbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Bus leaving from Camp Hill area on the morning of the march. Seats will be $25/person and reservations are preferred. Please contact as soon as possible for availability. Please email to request details and updates, and include your complete contact information .TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Philadelphia, PA IACCONTACT: Betsey Piette at philadelphiabus@answercoalition.org TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Buses departing 7:30am from 30th & Market Street. Tickets are $25 round-trip and are on sale at Robbins Bookstore, 108 S. 13th St; on-line through http://www.paypal.com/ using phillyactivist@action-mail.org as recipient; by check to Philadelphia Activist Initiatives, PO Box 7416, Philadelphia, PA 19101.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Pittsburgh, PACONTACT: Kerri Hageter at pittsburghbus@answercoalition.org or 724-266-2251TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Reading, PADemocracy in ActionCONTACT: Dorothy Reilly at readingbus@answercoalition.org or 610-779-3511TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Scranton, PA CONTACT: Katie Bower at scrantonbus@answercoalition.org or 570-351-2959TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Bus leaving from Keystone College commuter parking lot in Factoryville, PA at 6 a.m ., returning late evening after march. Tickets cost $35, inquire about student subsidies. Second pick up in Scranton, PA at Clarion hotel 300 Meadow Avenue. Call for more details. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington, DC

York, PACONTACT: Richard or Evelyn Harris at yorkbus@answercoalition.org TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Leaving at 8:45 AM and returns 7:30 PM, from Queensgate Shoping Center Parking lot on Springwood Rd. in York, PA. TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Rhode Island
Providence, RICONTACT: Ron Black providencebus@answercoalition.org or call 401-286-0725TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: We are organizing a carpool to the bus deaparting from New Britain, CT. The carpool will depart from Providence by 9:30 pm on Friday, March 16. Contact the phone and/or email above for more information about the car pool (if emailing please include your name and phone number). If you are coming, you need to get separate bus ticket for the New Britain, CT bus. Bus tickets from New Britain cost $55, student/low income price is $50. Call 203-803-9066 for bus details and information on purchasing your bus ticket.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington, DC (via New Britain, CT bus)

South Carolina
Charleston SCThinking PeopleCONTACT: charlestonbus@answercoalition.org or 843-881-9352TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Carpool and flyingTRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington, DC

Columbia, SCCONTACT: Maria Soledad Calef at columbiabus@answercoalition.org or 803-790-0849 or 803-238-1925TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington, DC

Greenville, SCMalcolm X Grassroots MovementCONTACT: Efia Nwangaza at greenvillescbus@answercoalition.org or (864)239-0470TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington, DC

South Dakota
Sioux Falls, SDLocal protest, time and location TBDContact: SouthDakotaProtest@answercoalition.org

Tennessee
Nashville, TNNashville Peace and Justice CenterCONTACT: Chris Lugo at nashvillebus@answercoalition.org or (615)593-0304TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Texas
Austin, TXTexans for PeaceCONTACT: Charlie Jackson at austinbus@answercoalition.org or 512-736-8385TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington, DC

Dallas, TXCONTACT: dallasbus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

El Paso, TXCONTACT: elpasobus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Houston, TXCONTACT: Mike Katsus at houstonbus@answercoalition.org or 281-610-3214TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

San Antonio, TX CONTACT: sanantoniobus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Utah
Ogden, UTCONTACT: ogdenbus@answercoalition.org or 801-675-9693TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC


VermontBurlington & Montpelier, VTPeace and Justice CenterCONTACT: Wendy Coe at vermontbus@answercoalition.org or 802-863-2345 x3TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Buses - direct from Burlington to DC and stopping in Montpeler, White River Junction and Battleboro going to DC. Peace and Justice Center , 21 Church St. in Burlington.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Virginia
Blacksburg, VACONTACT: Rosemary Sawdon at blacksburgbus@answercoalition.org or 540-953-0379TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Charlottesville, VACONTACT: Ellana Day at 434-296-2494 or Michael May at charlottesvillebus@answercoalition.orgTRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Lynchburg, VAIslamic Political Party of America (IPPA)CONTACT: Jamil Abdur-Rahman at lynchburgbus@answercoalition.org or 434-248-5602TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Norfolk, VAHampton Roads Peace and Justice CoalitionCONTACT: John Long at norfolkbus@answercoalition.org or 757-470-9797TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Richmond, VAVirginia Antiwar Network (VAWN)CONTACT: Garrie Rouse at richmondbus@answercoalition.org or 804-512-2063 TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Two buses have been reserved. Will be leaving from downtown Richmond the morning of the event and returning later that same day. Ample parking is available for riders at the bus meeting location. Cost is $20/person. Must prepay to reserve a seat on the bus. Call or email for additional details or to reserve your seat.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Washington
Seattle, WAProtest at 12 noon at Westlake, 4th & Pinehttp://www.answerseattle.org/206-568-1661

Sequim, WACONTACT: Kathleen Moore at sequimbus@answercoalition.org or 360-683-3693TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Van from the Olympic Peninsula. Meet at the Sequim QFC parking lot, departure at 9:00 a.m. Transportation expenses will be shared. Please contact to commit and reserve your seat.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Seattle

Wisconsin
Madison, WICampus Antiwar NetworkCONTACT: Chris Dols at madisonbus@answercoalition.org or 608-215-7035TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Bus tickets cost $135 each - $85 for those who cannot afford the full price - and the buses will leave from the University of Wisconsin's Memorial Union (800 Langdon St.) at 2pm, Friday, March 16th. We will arrive in Washington at about 9am Saturday morning and we will get back on the bus at 10 o'clock Saturday night. We will be back in Madison by 2pm Sunday. Click here to buy your bus ticket online.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

West Virginia
Lewisburg, WVCONTACT: Richard Dulee at lewisburgbus@answercoalition.org or call 304-647-9680TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Morgantown, WV
CONTACT: Brenda Smith at morgantownbus@answercoalition.org or call (304) 296-6039TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

Parkersburg, WVCONTACT: David Daniels at parkersburgbus@answercoalition.org or call 304-615-7028TRANSPORTATION DETAILS: Contact for more information.TRANSPORTATION ORGANIZED TO: Washington DC

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JOINT ACTIONS ON THE WEST COAST

Saturday, March 17
Los Angeles, CA12 noon at Hollywood & Vinehttp://www.answerla.org/323-464-1636

Reno, NV1 pm at Pickett Park (Mill & Kirman)http://www.renoanswer.org/775-636-4003-Sunday, March 18

San Francisco, CA12 noon at Justin Herman Plazahttp://www.answersf.org/415-821-6545

Seattle, WA12 noon at Westlake, 4th & Pinehttp://www.answerseattle.org/206-568-1661

MARCHING FOR PEACE FOR OUR PEOPLE AND JUSTICE FOR OUR "LEADERS"
-THE PRECINCT MASTER-




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