Thursday, March 13, 2008

EPIC Wants YOU to Come to DC!!!

Register now!Get your voice heard!

The Education for Peace in Iraq Center (EPIC) is proud to announce our upcoming Iraq Action Days, April 14-16, an opportunity for supporters to come together in Washington, DC to promote genuine peace and relief for the people of Iraq.

On Monday, April 14th, the Institute for Middle East Studies at George Washington University is hosting a major policy forum on the Humanitarian Crisis Facing Iraqis, sponsored by EPIC and a "who's who" of aid agencies including Refugees International, Mercy Corps, International Rescue Committee, and Church World Service. Then on Tuesday, April 15th, and Wednesday, April 16th, we will meet with our lawmakers -- YOUR representatives! -- to urge them to do more to address urgent humanitarian needs in Iraq and the region.

To register for the event, click here. We need lots of people in order to make an impression, and we need YOU in order to reach your representatives in Congress. This is your chance to make sure, in person, that your government is working for you!

Register now!If you don't have the three days to spare in April, please consider showing your support for the Iraqi people through a donation to the event through EPIC. Even a small amount will make a difference in our work.

Until there is an end to the urgent humanitarian crisis in Iraq, our momentum and constituent pressure must continue to grow. Now more than ever the Iraqi people need our vital advocacy and support. Please register now to come to Washington, DC and join us in this much needed effort.

6 comments:

david santos said...

Good luck for people Irakian!
Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Wish I could be there, it sounds like a great effort. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

Maybe I'll have to start planning a trip.

Anonymous said...

Good luck on your endeavors!

Imam Ibrahim Kazerooni said...

I am delighted that finally the crises in Iraq is attracting the attentions of those who are sincere about finding a solution to this tragedy and not "embedded" within the same institution that caused such a mess in the first place. As an Iraqi Imam and on behalf of my people I commend you for this gallant work. Thank you

Anonymous said...

See where "everyone" seems to be visiting Iraq lately and coming back with opinions. Sen Levin had remarks lately. Now they're all experts!

 
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