Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2003
From: (A.N.S.W.E.R.)

 135 CITIES COMING to DC on OCT. 25!

National March on Washington DC
*End the occupation of Iraq!
*Bring the troops home now!
*Money for Jobs, Education, Housing - Not War!
*Fight Back Against the Patriot Act!

THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION'S pro-war and anti-people program
is galvanizing wider and wider opposition throughout the
country. On October 25 this growing opposition will see
its most dramatic manifestation since the huge anti-war
protests of last winter and spring. If you are outraged
with Bush's lies, arrogance, and criminal conduct, join
the tens of thousands of people are planning to come to
Washington, D.C. on Saturday October 25 for a massive
demonstration against the Bush program, the occupation and
ongoing war in Iraq, and the Ashcroft assault on the Bill
of Rights. We will meet at the Washington Monument at 11
am and to the White House and the Justice Department. The
A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition thanks the thousands of volunteers
across the country who are working to make this
demonstration a success.

We are excited to announce that there are now more than
135 cities in 38 states and Canada that are organizing
buses, vans and car caravans to be at the October 25
demonstration. In many cities we also have multiple bus
pick-up locations around the area -- around New York City
there are locations throughout Manhattan, the Bronx,
Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, and Jersey City (see below
for specific New York City bus location details).

If you haven't purchased your bus ticket or signed up for
a car caravan, we urge you to do so today. If you are near
any of the cities below, you can go to the A.N.S.W.E.R.
website and sign up now. If your city or locality is not
listed, sign up to meet up with others who are coming from
your location.

All the details about transportation ­ including contact
information, departure times and locations, prices and
more for ­ as well as an easy-to-use form to list your
city, can be found on the A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition website at

Please donate to help make the Oct. 25 mobilization
possible and to support this important ongoing work. You
can use our secure server and donate online by visiting

Albany, New York
Americus, Georgia
Amherst, New Hampshire
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Asheville, North Carolina
Atlanta, Georgia
Baldwin, New York
Baltimore, Maryland
Bangor, Maine
Belle Mead, New Jersey
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Birmingham, Alabama
Bloomington, Indiana
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
Boston, Massachusetts
Bronx, New York
Brooklyn, New York
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
Buffalo, New York
Callicoon, New York
Cape Code, Massachusetts
Cedar Falls, Iowa
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Charleston, West Virginia
Charlotte, North Carolina
Charlottesville, Virginia
Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Chicago, Illinois
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbia, South Carolina
Columbus, Ohio
Danbury, Connecticut
Detroit, Michigan
Duluth, Minnesota
Elkhart, Indiana
Fairhope, Alabama
Geneseo, New York
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Greensboro, North Carolina
Gulfport, Mississippi
Hackensack, New Jersey
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Harrisonburg, Virginia
Hot Springs, Arkansas
Huntington, New York
Jacksonville, Florida
Jersey City, New Jersey
Kalamazoo, Michigan
Kingston, New York
Knoxville, Tennessee
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Linwood, New Jersey
Long Island, New York
Los Angeles, California
Louisville, Kentucky
Luck, Wisconsin
Lynbrook, New York
Macon, Georgia
Madison, Wisconsin
Manchester, New Hampshire
Marth's Vineyard, Massachusetts
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Monmouth County, New Jersey
Montclair, New Jersey
Morgantown, West Virginia
Mount Pleasant, Michigan
New Brunswick, New Jersey
New Milford, Connecticut
New Orleans, Louisiana
New Paltz, New York
New Preston, Connecticut
New York City, New York
Northfield, New Jersey
Nyack, New York
Ocean County, New Jersey
Oneonta, New York
Ottawa, Canada
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Portland, Maine
Portsmouth, Maine
Porum, Oklahoma
Princeton, New Jersey
Providence, Rhode Island
Queens, New York
Richmond, Virginia
Rochester, New York
Rock Hill, South Carolina
Rolla, Missouri
Roslyn, New York
Rutland, Vermont
San Diego, California
San Francisco, California
Sarasota, Florida
Sault Ste. Marie
Savannah, Georgia
Seattle, Washington
Springfield, Massachusetts
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
St. Louis, Missouri
St. Petersburg, Florida
Syracuse, New York
Toronto, Canada
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Warwick, New York
Washington, DC
West Chester, Pennsylvania
hite Plains, New York
Williamson, West Virginia
Wilmington, Delaware
Yellow Springs, Ohio

All the details about transportation from these cities ­
including contact information, departure times and
locations, prices and more ­ can be found on the
A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition website at

United for Peace and Justice has recently established a
ride board on its website where people can also get
information about how to get to Washington DC which can be
found at

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The A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition is organizing buses departing
from 13 locations around New York City. Buses will depart
at 6 am on Saturday, October 25 from:

- 14th Street between 5th and 6th Aves.
- 96th Street and Broadway
- 125th and Adam Clayton Powell
- 178th and Broadway

- Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Public Library (corner of
Flatbush & Eastern Pkwy)

- Queens Plaza North and Crescent St. (at Queensboro Plaza
7/N/W station)

- Journal Square Path Station (on Kennedy Blvd.)

- Baldwin LIRR
- Lynbrook LIRR
- Huntington RR Station
- LIE Exit 63 Park & Ride
- Christopher Morley Park in Roslyn
- LIE Exit 54 Park & Ride


To ride on a chartered bus, you need to purchase your bus
ticket in advance. Bus tickets will not be available for
sale at the buses Saturday morning. Round-trip tickets are
$35 ($30 for low income and $20 for students with ID).

There are three ways you can purchase tickets:
1) PURCHASE AT THE OFFICE: Tickets can be purchased at the
International A.N.S.W.E.R. office until Thursday, October
23, 9 pm. Office hours are Monday - Friday 10 am-7 pm;
Saturday 11 am-7 pm. Office address is: 39 West 14 Street
#206, between 5th and 6th Avenues. Phone: 212-633-6646.
2) PURCHASE ON-LINE: Tickets can be purchased on-line by
credit card through Tickets are
$35 + $1.50 service charge.

Many groups and schools are chartering their own buses to
the march. Please let the International A.N.S.W.E.R.
office know if you are organizing a bus. Also, call the
office (212-633-6646) if you need information on bus
rental. Bus packets, driving instructions and bus captain
orientations will be available by October 22.

A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition - New York City


UFPJ is also organizing buses departing from four
locations in New York. Buses board at 5:30 am and depart
at 6 am. Tickets are available for groups & individuals
for $35 from the following locations:

Departure locations:
- Times Square (42nd St. btw 8th & 9th Aves.)
- Cooper Union/Astor Place (8th St. & 4th Aves.)
- Washington Heights (179th and Fort Washington)
- Penn Station (b/w 32nd & 33rd at 8th Ave)

To buy bus tickets, call 212-868-5545 or go to 351 W. 41st
St., 5th floor (between 8th and 9th avenues).

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Answers to your questions can be found on the Oct. 25
logistics page at

Information available includes:
*bus, van and car parking
*driving directions
*public transportation in DC
*airports, train and bus station in DC
*disability access
*what you should bring
*tabling policy
*how you can get involved
*work sessions
& more!

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Email circulated by:
A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition
Act Now to Stop War & End Racism
New York 212-633-6646
Washington 202-544-3389
Los Angeles 213-487-2368
San Francisco 415-821-6545

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