Join us for a rally outside of our congressional representatives’ offices as we demand an end to the war in Yemen. This conflict has caused immense suffering and has created one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world. It’s time for Congress to take action and end U.S. involvement in this devastating war.
Rep. Jake Auchincloss‘ office. Gather at Washington St and Crafts St, Newton, at 12 Noon. Rally and flyer passersby, then walk a block to Rep. Auchincloss office. (Contact Brian Garvey)
Rep. Stephen Lynch‘s office. Meet at 12 noon at small park, 1279 Hancock St, Quincy, which is half a block from Rep. Lynch’s Quincy office. (contact Paul Shannon)
Other States: See https://every75seconds.org/
We demand that our members of Congress immediately and publicly pledge to:
Despite nearly eight years of active participation of the U.S. in this war, the U.S. Congress has never held a hearing to examine exactly what the U.S. role has been, accountability for U.S. military and civilian officials for their role in violations of the laws of war, and U.S. responsibility to contribute to reparations and reconstruction for the war in Yemen.
Join us for this important rally as we stand in solidarity with Yemeni people and call for peace and justice. Together, we can make a difference and work towards a world free of war and suffering.
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