Demonstration Against Endless U.S. War on Afghanistan

Sunday, October 7, 2018
noon to 2 pm
assemble at NY Public Library (Fifth Ave. at 41st St.)
march to Times Square Military Recruiting Station
(7th Ave. and 43rd St.)

On October 7, 2001, the U.S. launched a military strike against Afghanistan. Now 17 years later, tens of thousands are dead, even more wounded, millions displaced, and more than $2,400 billion spent, this war — the longest war in U.S. history — shows no sign of ending.

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Assemble at noon for a vigil on this 17th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, followed by a solemn march to the Times Square military recruiting station for a demonstration against endless wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, northern Africa with U.S. special forces operating secretly in dozens of other countries.

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Sponsors (list in formation): NYC War Resisters League, Catholic Worker/New York City, Peace Action New York State, Granny Peace Brigade, NY Metro Raging Grannies, Brooklyn For Peace, World Can’t Wait, Uptown Progressive Action, Kairos Community, Pax Christi Metro New York, Code Pink/NYC, Veterans for Peace/Chapter 34, Metro New York Military Families Speak Out
For more information: or call 718-768-7306