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On September 20, peace activists in the US will mobilize to knock on a million doors in communities across the country. Our mission is to ask our friends and neighbors to contact Congress to bring about a swift and responsible end to U.S. military involvement in Iraq.

by World Peace Society of Australia - Wednesday, 27 August 2008


We've protested, we've sent emails, and now, we're going to get other voters to join with us to end the occupation. Please sign up here to get your materials...and save the date—September 20—the day we mobilize a million voters to end the occupation of Iraq.

The action combines the best of grassroots activism and support from the netroots. The campaign will allow tens of thousands of volunteers to download a neighborhood “walk list” from the coalition website. The volunteers will use this public information to talk to and identify neighbors who oppose the Iraq war and will invite them to join the efforts to end the war.

As of August 12, MDP coalition partners include: Catholics United, Cities for Peace, MoveOn.org, Pax Christi USA, Peace Action, Progressive Accountability, United for Peace & Justice, USAction & TrueMajority.org and Win Without War.

Million Doors for Peace is a neighborhood-based mobilization - unique in the history of anti-war movements. Participants will be organizing on the ground across the U.S., with an eye toward one-on-one public education and influencing members of Congress.

 

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