by pjals Friday, Aug 8, 2014 | 5:17pm | Comment on this

No War signUS fighter jets have begun airstrikes on Iraq and bombs are falling. Here’s some informative coverage from Democracy Now featuring Phyllis Bennis.

What can you do? Here are 6 things we can do together!

1 Call the White House at 202-456-1111 to say: Don’t Bomb Iraq! There is no military solution. Instead, prevent further humanitarian crisis with aid. No new Iraq war!

2 Call our own representatives to urge them to speak out against military intervention in Iraq! A strong reaction from Congress now could put the brakes on the intervention and prevent an escalating involvement.

  • Senator Patty Murray: 624-9515
  • Senator Maria Cantwell: 353-2507
  • Representative Cathy McMorris-Rodgers: 353-2374 — thank her for voting to require Congressional authorization!

3 Sign CodePink’s petition to Pres. Obama here, PeaceActionWest’s petition to Congress here, and Rep. Alan Grayson’s No New War petition here, and share them!

4 Connect with our Facebook page or group and follow us on Twitter as we share articles and links to educate ourselves and others!

5 Join our Rapid Response “No War on Iraq!” on Tuesday Aug 12 at the Riverfront Park Fountain!

From 4:45 to 6:15, we’ll hold signs and share fliers along Spokane Falls Blvd and at Stevens and Washington, to make our opposition visible, share information, and encourage others to act.

6 Get your very own No War sign for your lawn or window!

Come pick one up from the Sign Table in our hallway at 35 W. Main, now available 10a-5p Monday through Saturday whether we’re here or not. We’ll also bring signs to take home from our Rapid Response rally. H-frame wire stands are available too. We suggest a $5 donation but the most important thing is to get these signs visible in every neighborhood!

People like you turned the tide against US war on Syria. Let’s put the pressure on, right now, to say no to war on Iraq again as well!

“Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world!” — Howard Zinn, people’s historian

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