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People for Peace and Justice of Utah

~a grassroots movement advocating nonviolence and justice~

Without Justice, there can be no Peace.

Stop the Killing – No More Atrocities – Protect Civil Liberties

People for Peace and Justice Four Point Statement:

1.  We condemn the terrorists who committed the atrocities of September 11.  We’re against violence and all forms of terrorism, including war.

2. We defend the rights of all people living in the United States, including those who appear Middle Eastern, to be free from harassment, racial profiling and racist violence.

3. U.S. policy in the Middle East primarily serves the interests of multinational corporations, especially the U.S.-based international oil companies. We advocate a U.S. foreign policy that’s in the interest of both the American and Middle Eastern peoples.

4. At this time of crisis and war, it is crucial that we defend the Constitutional Rights and civil liberties that are fundamental to a democratic society. We invite you to join us in exercising our rights to freedom of speech and assembly as we work for peace and justice in Afghanistan and the Middle East, in the United States, and around the world.

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People for Peace and Justice of Utah is a program of Blue Sky Institute
Copyright©2011 People for Peace and Justice of Utah™

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