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Veterans' Changing Views On the Afghanistan War

GLN permalink 9-28-2011

On the eve of the 10th anniversary of the Afghanistan War, local anti-war leaders will discuss the changing views of serving and former military personnel about that war and the several other wars that have grown out of it.

David van Dam, leader of Iraq Veterans Against the War's Chicago chapter, will join Andy Thayer of the Gay Liberation Network at 6:30 pm, Friday, September 30th on GLN's program on CAN TV, cable channel 21 in Chicago.

The program is part of a series events leading up to a march on Obama 2012 headquarters on the 10th anniversary of the war – 12 noon, Saturday, October 8th beginning at the intersection of Michigan Avenue and Congress Parkway. For more information about the march, go to www.ChicagoMassAction.org or tinyurl.com/facebookOct8, or email CCAWR@aol.com Follow us on Twitter at @MidwestAntiwar

Previous GLN shows on CAN TV, including about organizing against the May 2012 G8/NATO meetings in Chicago, can be viewed at http://blip.tv/gay-liberation-video

Gay Liberation Network


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