[News] Malalai Joya in San Francisco - April 9

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Mon Mar 28 20:26:14 EDT 2011


Malalai Joya has received a visa from the US 
State Department - our event is ON for Saturday 4/9/11!  Please forward.

Women's International League for Peace & Freedom (WILPF/SF) invites you to

ENDING THE WAR IN AFGHANISTAN
An Evening with MALALAI JOYA

When:  Saturday April 9th, 2011
              6-7 pm reception/light food
              7-9 pm program

Where:  Episcopal Church of St. John the Evangelist
               corner of 15th and Julian (btw Mission & Valencia) San Francisco

with music by Kaylah Marin

$10-25 (no one turned away)
wheelchair accessible (wheelchair entrance on 15th Street)

Malalai Joya has been called the “bravest woman 
in Afghanistan.” She was the youngest member 
elected to the Afghan Parliament but was 
suspended for denouncing the warlords and the 
US/NATO war and occupation. She continues to 
speak out despite death threats and assassination attempts.

Join us as she talks about the situation in 
Afghanistan and why it’s essential that US/NATO troops leave immediately.

Her book, "A Woman Among Warlords," with a new 
afterward about the war under Obama, is now in 
paperback and will be available for purchase.

For more information: or if you want to 
endorse:   <mailto:sfjoya at gmail.com>sfjoya at gmail.com

Endorsed by (partial list):  American Friends 
Service Comm • ANSWER/SF • Arab Resource 
Organizing Center • BAYAN • Bay Area Jewish Voice 
for Peace • Bay Area Women in Black • Black 
Alliance for Just Immigration • Black Women 
Stirring the Waters • Buddhist Peace Fellowship • 
California Women’s Agenda • Catalyst Project • 
Code Pink/Women for Peace • Courage to Resist • 
Eastside Arts Alliance • Ecumenical Peace 
Institute • Freedom Archives • Global Exchange • 
Grandmothers Against the War • Haiti Action 
Committee •  International Action Center • 
International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network • 
International Socialist Organization • KPFA 
Women’s Magazine •LAGAI • Middle East Children’s 
Alliance • National Radio Project/ Making Contact 
• Priority Africa Network  • Queers Undermining 
Israeli Terror • Radical Women • San Francisco 
Women In Black • Unitarian Universalists for 
Peace-SF • UNAC • War Resisters League/West • 
Women for Genuine Security • WILPF/ Berkeley 
/East Bay • WILPF/ Santa Cruz) • Veterans For Peace Chapter 69




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415 863-9977

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