Tomorrow, Friday, November 21, is the next Iraq Moratorium day. The Moratorium is a series of personal, public actions taken to show opposition to the continuing US occupation of Iraq.
Iraq Moratorium is a grassroots, decentralized movement. Everyone can participate: on your own, with a friend, or as part of a community or organization.
Taking a Moratorium action can be as simple as wearing a peace button to work or hanging a sign in your cubicle. You can stand on a street corner during rush hour with a few people holding signs calling for peace and troop withdrawal. You can join a vigil. You can tape a sign in your car window.
Here's a report on what Iraq Moratorium is doing in Wisconsin.
The Raise Hell for Molly Ivins Campaign will be participating tomorrow.
Litchfield County, Connecticut is part of the solution.
You can find an event here, or look up your local peace and justice group, or you can do simply do something on your own.
The idea is to interrupt your normal routine, to do something different, and public, that will show your opposition to the Iraq War, and your stand for peace.