CodePink and Democrats.com present a Town Hall With David Swanson in Oakland

“Are Peace and Impeachment Possible?”
April 24, 7-9 p.m., Grand Lake Theater, 3200 Grand Avenue, Oakland
Reserve tickets: Grand Lake 510-452-3556. $10 at door; $8 advance (Black Oak Books, Pendragon Books) Sliding scale:unemployed, students, retirees.
Wheelchair accessible

Special Guest: Prominent Peace & Impeachment Activist David Swanson, afterdowningstreet.org & democrats.com

Speakers: Daniel Ellsberg, famed whistle-blower who helped end the Vietnam War; Elizabeth De La Vega, former Assistant U.S. Attorney, author “United States v. George W. Bush”; Norman Solomon, filmmaker,”War Made Easy”; Medea Benjamin, co-founder CodePink; Debra Sweet, World Can’t Wait; Cindy Sheehan, Peace heroine; Phil Burk, Impeachment Procedure Expert; Shirley Golub, Candidate for Pelosi’s seat, June Primary; Max Anderson, Berkeley City Council.

Speakers will present promising strategies for ending the war, preventing a new one, & saving our constitution and economy. We ask Bay Area Congress members to refuse Bush’s demand for another $102 billion for war & to file their own resolutions for immediate impeachment hearings.

Heroes of Peace & Impeachment honored, film, music, CodePink skit, door prizes! Shahid Buttar, poet & hip-hop MC will perform.

Endorsers: Progressive Democrats of America, CodePink, Veterans for Peace, Gold Star Families for Peace, democrats.com, Hip Hop Caucus, The Nation, TrueMajority, Global Exchange, Silicon Valley Impeachment Coalition, East Bay Impeach Bush-Cheney, District 9 Impeachment Coalition, California Impeachment Coalition, Brad Newsham Beach Impeach, Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance, World Can’t Wait