World Can't Wait, OHIO

World Can't Wait is organizing people living in the United States to take responsibility to stop the whole disastrous course led by the Bush administration. We seek to create a political situation where the Bush administration's program is repudiated, where Bush himself is driven from office, and where the whole direction he has been taking U.S. society is reversed.

Friday, October 27, 2006

Upcoming events in Cleveland

Sunday, October 29
World Can't Wait meeting
2-5 pm Cleveland Heights Public Library,
2345 Lee Rd
We must not lose an ounce of momentum. We are continuing to educate people about and organize protest to the Torture Law. At this meeting, we will talk more about the Torture Bill and how to oppose it. Plans so far:

1) Being out in the streets - be out in the public square. Wear orange. Wear orange armbands. Decorate yourself and the city with orange Emergency crime tape to symbolize those being disappeared and tortured in our name. Pick a busy area in your city and be there at the same time and day for the next 6 weeks, creating a culture of resistance in song and theater, holding speak-outs on the “Your Government” indictments, making exhibits and showing films. We’ll be ready to respond to an October, or November surprise by the Bush Regime.
2) TEACH-IN to can carry out emergency education on each of the “Your Government” indictments found in our Call. We are out to wake people up to what is going on, in their name. We will make the case that this regime is guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
3) Anti-torture protest at noon on Halloween at the downtown Federal Buliding.

Tuesday, Oct 31
Protest the Military Commissions Act of 2006
12:00 Noon
Federal Building, 1240 East 9th St., Downtown Cleveland
Protest the "torture bill" that terrorizes free-speech advocates and non-citizens. Witness "ghost planes," which are used to disappear innocent people to secret prisons in faraway lands. The government "spooks" are out and they are dangerous to human rights.

Wear bright orange like the jump suits detainees at Guantanamo Bay are forced to wear, and stand in solidarity with over 450 detainees who are being tortured and held without trial at Guantanamo Bay by our government.

Thursday, November 2
Teach-in at Lakeland Community College
7700 Clocktower Drive, Kirtland, OH, 44094
Room H101
7 pm
Come hear local experts including a member of Iraq Veterans Against the War reveal the magnitude of the Bush Administration's program as well as watch the New York City Teach-In. A discussion on our moral and political responsibility to stop this regime will follow.