Nov. 2 Convergences Across The Country & Local Contact Info

Revolution #021, November 6, 2005, posted at





12 PM Rally at Union Square (14th Street). March west on 14th, up on 8th Ave to Rally at Times Square. , 212-969-0772

Speakers: Rev. Luis Barrios- St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Jodie Evans-Code Pink, Rev. Earl Kooperkamp-St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Lynne Stewart-Criminal Defense Attorney, Tom Duane-New York State Senator, Still We Rise Coalition, Esther Kaplan-author "With God on Our Side," Queers for Economic Justice, ACT-UP

School Walk-Outs

Hunter College West: 11:00 AM, 68th and Lexington;

New York University: 11:30 AM Washington Square Park Fountain; , 310-503-9372

City College of New York: NAC Building 10:00 AM 138 th;

Baruch CUNY:11 am 24th and LexingtonNYC

Westchester Community College:10:30 AM at Court House in White Plains

Midwood High School: 9:30 AM

Roslyn High School: 10:30 AM

Saunders High School: 9-9:30 AM

Beacon High School: 11 AM

Notre Dame School: 11 AM rally 327 w. 13th b/w 8th and Hudson

SAN FRANCISCO , 510-868-0819
Main: 12 PM, Civic Center Plaza, San Francisco, Rally until 1 PM. March at 1 PM.End Rally: 4:30 PM Civic Center Plaza. Join with the "Dia de Los Muertos" procession at 24th and Bryant St at 7 PM

Morning Assembly Points: 10 AM SF City College, 10 AM SF State University Malcolm X Plaza for those who live outside of the city who want to car pool or arrive at the main rally with others. Carpools at 10:30AM in the PPJC parking lot 457 Kingsley Ave, Palo Alto.

North Bay Chapter (Marin/Sonoma) Carpools-Caravans: Mill Valley: Seminary Dr. at Hwy 101, GGT Park and Ride, 9:00 AM. Petaluma: So. Petaluma Blvd. at Hwy. 101, GGT Park and Ride, 8:30 AM; Santa Rosa: Piner Rd. and Industrial, GGT Park and Ride Meet, 8 AM. Contact Marin/Sonoma North Bay Chapter, (707) 774-1960, (415)791-1094,

San Jose Carpool: 10:00 AM, San Jose Cahill St. Diridon Station

Hayes Valley Carpool: Hayes Valley Green (Hayes and Octavia), 10 AM

LOS ANGELES , (323) 462-4771 PM actions on Wilshire Blvd at these cross streets:

Figueroa/Downtown LA: Join Critical Mass, downtown workers,
students, and others.

Alvarado/Park View: Join the Watts Drum corps, immigrants from Pico/Union and high school and college students from the surrounding area for live music.

Vermont and Wilshire: Join congregants from First Unitarian Church and Mt. Hollywood Congregational Church

Normandie and Wilshire

Crenshaw and Wilshire: Join people from Leimert Park and South Central, and high school students

Fairfax and Wilshire: Join Axis of Justice, Out Against the War and high school students from the area for actions

Westwood and Wilshire: Join UCLA World Can't Wait!, Code Pink, Veterans for Peace, and college students from Cerritos and from all over

3rd Street Promenade and Wilshire/Santa Monica

Westwood and Wilshire 5:00 PM! for Rally and March through Westwood

Speakers and participants include: Axis of Justice; Rev. Richard Meri Ka Ra Byrd, KRST Unity Center; Code Pink; Critical Mass; Culture Clash; Ed Ellis, President of Veterans for Peace, L.A.; Esthetics Crew; Alan Jones, Dean of Faculty, Pitzer College; Simon Levy, director "What I Heard About Iraq" at Fountain St. Theater; Bill Mitchell, co-founder of Gold Star Families for Peace; Topanga Peace Alliance; UCLA World Can't Wait!

CHICAGO , 773-412-8318

12 PM feeder marches from all over the city to convergence at Federal Plaza (Adams and Dearborn)

Columbia College:11:00 AM in Grant Park, along Michigan Ave, directly across from the Columbia College Library building.

Northern Illinois University:12 PM, Martin Luther King Commons

University of Illinois at Chicago:10:00 AM, Walkout and Rally at the Quad behind Student Center East

Roberto Clemente High School:10:56 AM Walkout (after third period) assemble on the Northeast corner of Western and Divison, march down Western to the Blue Line.

ATLANTA , 866-370-5404

Citywide: 1 PM Mass Rally, Woodruff Park, Downtown Atlanta, 1 block north of Five Points MARTA.

After Rally: Massively go through downtown Atlanta calling on the rush hour crowds to JOIN US!

Atlanta University Center Committee: 11 AM Student Walkouts at Spelman, Morehouse, and Clark University, Meet in the Spelman Center Square outside of the Cosby Center

Georgia State Univeristy Committee: 11 AM Student Walkouts at GSU Plaza outside of the Library South and next to Sparks Hall


PHOENIX: 12 PM, Cesar Chavez Memorial Plaza Downtown Phoenix on Washington/Jefferson between 1st Ave and 3rd Ave.

TUCSON: 11 AM March at University of Arizona, Alumni Plaza; 12 PM Rally at Intersection of Church and Congress (downtown, by the Convention Center); 4:30 PM Actions at these intersections:

Speedway/Campbell -No to attacks on Choice and Women's Rights
Swan/Golf Links -No to Endless War and Torture
Swan/Grant -No to Stolen Elections and Police State Measures
Ina/Oracle -No to Theocracy and Fundamentalist Morality
6th/22nd -No to Racist Policies and Demonizationof Oppressed Nationalities


UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY: 9:00 AM Walk Out at Sproul Plaza, Rally and Parade of Resistance

11:00 AM Meet up at Berkeley BART station go to the S.F. Civic Center at NOON.

CHICO: 10:00 AM Rally in the Free Speech Area on the campus of California State University, Chico, march downtown. 310-625-2713

EUREKA: 11 AM Walkout of work and school and JOIN US! at the Eureka Federal Court House; 12 PM Special Die In

LAGUNA BEACH: 3 PM Convergence at Main Beach on PCH and Forest

LOS ANGELES: see above

SACRAMENTO: 5 PM, Cesar Chavez Park (Downtown)

SAN DIEGO: 11:30 AM, Horton Plaza, 4th Ave and Broadway, Downtown. , 619-846-8590



BOULDER: 12 Noon, Line the Streets, Bandshell Park, Canyon & Broadway


NEW HAVEN: 203-498-8185;
8:30 AM Banner drop over the freeways; 4 PM Converge from all parts of the state to the New Haven Green. Gather at the Federal Courthouse (across from the Green) and encircle the Green with alternating signs that say, "The World Can't Wait" and "Drive Out The Bush Regime."

STONINGTON HIGH SCHOOL: 3 PM, Westerly, RI Post Office for people in both Conneticut and RI.


FT. LAUDERDALE: 11 AM March on downtown Ft. Lauderdale. Meet at the Bubier Park and march to the Federal Courthouse 954-857-6738

ORLANDO: 12 PM March through downtown and rally at Orlando City Hall, Orange Ave & South Street; 6 PM Second Convergence After Rally at Lake Eola Park corner of Rosalind Ave and Washington St.


ATLANTA: see above


HONOLULU: , 808-534-2255

7 AM to 5 PM: Action Center at Old Stadium Park (Isenberg & King)
9:30 AM Rally and March begins at McCarthy Mall at Univ of Hawai`i-Manoa
11:30 AM Downtown Convergence at King and Bishop
1:30 PM Protest at Recruitment Centers (Kapi`olani and Pi`ikoi)
6:00 PM-midnight Celebration at downtown clubs


CHICAGO: see above

BATAVIA: 7:40 AM Walkout and March on Dennis Hastert's offices downtown

OAK PARK: 10:00 AM meet across from OPRF High School in Ridgeland Commons, Lake St. and Scoville Ave. to go down on the Green Line train to Federal Plaza to 12 PM convergence. 5 PM, rally at Scoville Park (Lake St. and Oak Park Ave.)

NAPERVILLE: Naperville North High School-Walkout at 11 AM , (630) 689-3094

DEKALB: Northern Illinois University - Rally at 12:00 noon in the Martin Luther King Commons

PEORIA: 4-6 PM Rally, Intersection of University and War Memorial





LOUISVILLE: 12:00 noon Rally at 5th and Liberty.




BOSTON: Boston Common 12 PM in conjunction with military recruitment protests

PIONEER VALLEY, 5 COLLEGES: Mt. Holyoke--10:30 AM Walk-out, converge at Skinner Green, snake march through buildings calling on people to Join Us; 11:20 storm PVTA/carloads go to Amherst

5 College Convergence- Noon at Amherst Center rt 116 side , 215-880-9707

BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY: All-Day Sit-In on Walkway in Front of Main Cafetria


DETROIT: 12 PM, Warren and Woodward


KALAMAZOO: 12 PM Bronson Park for rally and snake march through downtown

ROCHESTER/AUBURN HILLS: Meet at the border of Rochester/Auburn Hills, Michigan, 6-9 PM, southeastern corner of Walton/Squirrel near Oakland U.


MINNEAPOLIS: Student walk-outs at 10:00 AM. Rally 12:00 noon at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus, at the plaza in front of the Coffman Memorial Student Union, 300 Washington Ave SE. March to military recruiting station and a teach-in. Walk Outs sponsored by Youth Against War and Racism, Anti-War Organizing League (AWOL) at U of M.


ST. LOUIS: Rally and March at the northwest corner of Delmar and Skinker at 12 PM. Afterwards there will be a teach-in on "Dissecting the Bush Doctrine."

SPRINGFIELD: 12 Noon, Park Central Square



MISSOULA: University Of Montana-Walk Out of Class and Meet in the Oval at 12:00 PM


LAS VEGAS: 3 PM – 6 PM at the Federal Courthouse 333 Las Vegas Blvd. South , 702-321-6532




ALBUQUERQUE: 12 PM-5 PM, U.S. Federal Court House (Lomas and 4th St. North West)


MILLBROOK: Bottom of Franklin Ave from 9 AM-7 PM

MT. VERNON HIGH SCHOOL: 12:30 PM Walkout, assemble at the flag pole on campus and march to the Mt. Vernon Court House

NEW YORK CITY: see above

SAUGERTIES: Carpool to the demonstration in New York City.


GREENSBORO: 12:00 noon Convergence and rally at Old County Courthouse on Market Street downtown

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA-GREENSBORO: 10:00 AM UNCG Fountain and March to convergence at Old County Courthouse-Market st; 8:00 PM Anti-Bush Films at The Scene on South Elm (605 S. Elm St.)

11AM Banner drops; 11:45 AM Walkouts from Watauga College; 12:15 PM rest of campus walks out and converges on Sanford Mall; 12:30 PM March; 5 PM Candlelight vigil; 9 PM Benefit Concert at Old Jailhouse Restaurant




CLEVELAND: 12 PM, Public Square. Break off marches through downtown

OHIO UNIVERSITY:10:30 a.m @ The Green, march down Court St to the ROTC


COLUMBUS: 9 AM gather at the 3rd St. side of the statehouse between Broad and State; 10 AM march to Republican Headquarters (1st block of East Gay St.); 11 AM march to the Statehouse; 12 PM march to Federal Building on High Street at Spring; 1 PM march to Ohio Supreme Court Building on Marconi!


TULSA: 12:30 PM, 71st & Memorial (northwest corner)


HOOD RIVER: 12 PM assemble at War Memorial on State

MEDFORD: 3:00 PM-5:00 PM, Corner of McAndrews and Briddle Rd. (Bear Creek Plaza)

PORTLAND: 12 noon, Pioneer Square


PHILADELPHIA: 12 PM Convergence at Rittenhouse Square Park (18th and Walnut St. entrance), march throughout the center of city

WEST CHESTER: 5:00 PM at the Chester County Court House

STATE COLLEGE: 4:30 PM, Penn State Main Gates (College and Allen)




CHATTANOOGA: 11 AM-2 PM Vigil, Miller Plaza at the corner of MLK Blvd. and Georgia Ave.

EASTERN TENNESSEE: 10 AM Greeneville Public Library on Main St., March around downtown. Go to the 11E/81 Bypass, exit 23 with signs from 12 PM until 2:00 PM. Walters State Junior College, Morristown, from 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM.


AUSTIN: 9 AM Day of the Dead joins with World Can't Wait; 1:45 PM Walkout from UT Austin; 2 PM Gather at South Mall; 3 PM, State Capitol for rally and press statement; 4 PM March up Guadalupefor New Orleans style procession!; 5:30 PM converge at Mojo's Daily Grind for open mic; Late Evening, back out to the people with our message in all sorts of creative ways!

DALLAS: Sun Up Until Sun Down. Main meet-up at 10 AM, City Hall Plaza at the Flag Pole at the corner of Akard and Young.(214) 823-7793 (Dallas Peace Center),


HOUSTON: 12 PM, Market Square Park, Downtown at Travis and Preston; 4:30 PM Reconvergence at the Mecom Fountain, Main and Montrose; 6 PM March up Montrose Blvd.

SAN ANTONIO: 4 PM at Travis Park, 301 E. Travis; 5:30 PM, Rally at Milam Park , 210-733-8666


BURLINGTON: 12 PM City Hall Park


NORFOLK: Rally at 3 PM at Town Point Park in front of Nauticus on Waterside



ANACORTES: 12 PM in Causland Parkin Anacortes (8th St. and "N"Ave), march up Commercial Ave. to the south end of town and back.

SEATTLE: 11 AM, Brief rally at Westlake mall; 12 PM, Hit the streets! , 206-312-7398

SHORELINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Walk-Out and Rally in Courtyard 9 AM


11 AM at Lafayette Park near the White House



MILWAUKEE: 5:30 PM at the blue Federal building on Wisconsin Ave.

UNIVERSITY of WISCONSIN-MADISON: Rally at Library Mall - UW Campus at the end of State Street (700-800 block) at 12:30 PM, march up State Street to theCapitol.

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