Monday, March 17, 2008

5 years too long

There are some great action this Wed!! Where pink and show your support

!1) An LPAC sponsored event:

Nearly 4,000 US dead...and more than 30,000 wounded.Between 100,000 & 1,000,000 Iraqis dead ...and 4,000,000 displaced.More than $1,000,000,000,000 spent.5 Years of Disastrous War

Commemorate the 5th Anniversary of the Iraq WarWednesday, March 19th8:00 am to 6:00 pmJefferson County Courthouse Steps(at 6th and Jefferson St, in downtown Louisville)

Programs at 11:30am and 4:30pm (music and speakers). Reading of the names of the dead throughout the day. For more information: go to or call Jamie at 896-6503.

2) A MoveOn sponsored event

On Wednesday, thousands of us will gather at candlelight vigils to mark the 5th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. In addition to honoring the fallen, we'll send a clear message in this sinking economy: it's time to end the war, and start using the billions wasted every week on the Iraq occupation to help folks here at home. Republicans are trying to tell a story that opposition to the war is declining. The media will be looking to this anniversary as an indicator, and we need to turn out in force!

Host: james w—fellow MoveOn member

Where: Across the Street From Senator McConnell's House (in Louisville)

When: Wednesday, Mar. 19, 2008, at 7:00 PMBring a candle !

Friday, February 22, 2008

Mon night film screening at Ray's

What: Come join LCPME (Louisville Committee for Peace in the Middle East) as they screen the film "Arna's Children": Arna's Children is a documentary about Arna, an Israeli woman, and the Palestinian children she loved and taught. Arna moved to Jenin refugee camp and began an alternative Palestinian education system after Israel shut down their school system. She directed a theatre group for these children as a healthy outlet for the frustrations, anger, and fear while living under occupation. Two years after Arna died of cancer, her son, a famous actor in Israel, returned to Jenin to see what had happened to Arna's children. The film is his documentation their stories and as he tries to make sense out of the decisions they made. It is a riveting human story about one woman's determination to lessen the tragedy for children living under occupation, and the inevitable path these children are on without intervention.

When: monday, Feb 25th at 7 30

Where: Ray's Monkey House, 1578 Bardstown Rd

Friday, February 15, 2008

Friday, January 25, 2008

Loose Change, the Final Cut this Sunday

This Sunday, there is a screening of Loose Change, the Final Cut.

What: Screening of film Loose Change, the Final Cut

When: Sunday, Jan 27th, 7:30

Where: Ray's Monkey House 1578 Bardstown Rd

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Great Mitch quote

“I won't tell you everything is great in Iraq; it is not. But we want to keep a steady flow of funds so that we don't disrupt the military,” said McConnell. “Unfortunately, most of our friends on the other isle are having a hard time admitting things are getting better; some days I almost think the critics of this war don't want us to win. Nobody is happy about losing lives but remember these are not draftees, these are full-time professional soldiers.

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Film Series

We are doing a 4 week film series at Ray's Monkey House, 1578 Bardstown Rd. Please come and enjoy these free, thought provoking films!!!Free Admission - 7:30 pm showings

Thurs 12/13 Bastards of the Party : Origins of the crips and death of the Black Power Movment
Thurs 12/20 The Weather Underground: The rise and fall of The Weather Underground movement and their quest to overthrow the US govt.
Thurs 12/27 Go Further: Woody Harrelson's documentary about his eco-journey in a hemp-fueled bus, environment, going vegan, and more!

Also, at Ray's, we are selling the amazing documentary, Meeting Resistance. A proceed of the sales goes to Code Pink!