64 shattuck square
Berkeley, California 94704

Create a real "Green Zone" in Berkeley: Join CODEPINK as we Green over the Berkeley Recruiting Station
Monday March 10-Friday March 14
64 Shattuck Square (Shattuck Ave just south of University where Shattuck runs one-way north), Berkeley, California

24-hour week long camp to promote safe, healthy and strong, environmentally well communities, as well as the “pink agenda” for peace. It will be a fun way to bridge the peace community and the growing environmental movement to stop the war in Iraq and end our addiction to oil.

Sign up today: http://www.volunteerforchange.org/event/details/1189

Bring sleeping bags, tents, potted plants, flowers, seeds, and warm clothes.

If you're interested in speaking about the green movement or would like to host a workshop email [email protected]

CODEPINK is the national women's peace group that has most recently garnered international attention when its members confronted Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice with red painted hands to represent the Iraqi blood on the hands of the US Administration. Started in the lead-up to the Iraq war, CODEPINK has inspired thousands of women throughout the United States and the world to make the color pink synonymous with political rabble rousing. Visit www.codepinkalert.org

Official Website: http://www.codepinkalert.org

Added by CODEPINK-SF on February 25, 2008

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