Date/Time: 30/08/2004 12:00 am
Fighting the Bush Agenda: Can We Do Better than Anybody But Bush?
Synod Hall, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, 110th St. & Amsterdam Ave.
Trains: 1/9/B/C to 110th Street
Peter Camejo, Ralph Nader’s vice-presidential running mate, Green Party member
Naomi Klein, author, No Logo, and co-producer of The Take, a new film
about Argentina’s occupied factories
JoAnn Wypijewski, CounterPunch contributor
Jeremy Scahill, Democracy Now! producer; frequent eyewitness
correspondent from Iraq
Shujaa Graham, exonerated inmate from California’s death row, former
member of the Black Panther Party
Ahmed Shawki, editor, International Socialist Review
Hundreds of thousands of people will be in the streets of New York
City to protest the Republican National Convention. Millions more
will go to the polls with the hopes of defeating the Bush agenda.
Yet more and more it is hard to believe that John Kerry will
represent much of a departure from that agenda. Certainly not as he
defends his vote for the Patriot Act and the war in Iraq, despite
Bush’s lies. Are we stuck with “the lesser of two evils?”
Come to a panel discussion about the possibilities of building an
independent, effective alternative to the Bush Agenda and whether
“Anybody But Bush” is really the best we can do.
For more info, please call 212-502-0707 or email email@example.com
For more information on Peter Camejo and Ralph Nader, please visit
For more information on CounterPunch, please visit
For more information on Naomi Klein, please visit
For more information on Democracy Now!, please visit
For more information on the International Socialist Review,
please visit www.isreview.org