The First ANTI-WAR Bay Bridge Walk.


September 14, 2013 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Bay Bridge pedestrian/bike path

Come to the first-ever anti-war Bridge Walk (literally, a historical “first”). Let’s show what we think to the people here and around the world, including the Syrian people:

“How to Get To That Stunning New Bay Bridge Bike Path?” KQED gives easy driving/parking, BART, and bicycle info here.

PLAN TO ARRIVE at either of the two walk/bike path entry points by 12 Noon (Emeryville or Oakland). Bicyclists can BART to W. Oakland or MacArthur, then bike there. Cars can park in Emeryville or Oakland near these “trailheads.”

Together we’ll walk, and talk, and send up our message:

WE don’t want OUR GOVERNMENT to bomb Syria!
WE don’t want any more of OUR GOVERNMENT’s endless wars based on lies!
WE say NO to OUR GOVERNMENT’s war crimes!
WE know that even if Congress, the U.N., and every government in the world say “Yes” to this war — it’s still immoral, illegal and wrong!

Everyone is welcome, and your presence will be seen and heard: students, activists, elders – people of faith, community members – revolutionaries, veterans, writers and creative artists – those who fight for the people’s rights already, and those who’ve never taken part in an independent political action before.

The new Bay Bridge includes a beautiful pedestrian+bicycle path along the eastern span (it ends just short of Treasure Island). When you drive out of San Francisco, right next to you are people of all ages walking and biking back and forth, enjoying the incredible vistas.


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