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Texans March for Peace on Fourth Anniversary of Invasion of Iraq


AUSTIN, TX (PRWeb) March 16, 2007 -- As part of a national effort to commemorate the fourth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, Texans from all walks of life will join the Million Musician March for Peace, this Saturday, March 17th, in a regional event which begins at noon, at the Capitol. Led by a number of prominent musicians, the march through downtown steps off at 12:30 and ends at City Hall Plaza, where a mix of inspirational speeches and musical numbers will be heard.

Speakers will include Congressman Lloyd Doggett, the venerable Liz Carpenter, and Amy Branham, a member of Gold Star Families for Peace. Musicians onstage for this event include Guy Forsythe, Carolyn Wonderland, and many others familiar to regional audiences. Buses and car pools are being organized in Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, and points in between, and attendance will easily top last year's figures, according to Charlie Jackson, founder of Texans for Peace, which is one of the organizing groups. Jackson's group has sent out hundreds of postcards statewide to remind people of the anniversary and the events being held around it.

Eddie Gary, spokesman for Austin Against War, also an organizer, stresses that antiwar sentiment is actually the majority opinion in this country. "We come from all walks of life and all beliefs," he said earnestly, "and we encourage others to stand up and and become an 'instrument for peace' in whatever way best suits them. We firmly believe that peace equals patriotism." Rich Bowden, a local musician who founded Instruments for Peace, also an organizing group, agreed, and commented on the enthusiasm he sees building for the march, "I don't think people are apathetic at all. When they see a way they can help that feels natural to them, they are ready to go!"

Sponsors of the march are Austin Against War, Instruments for Peace, Texamericana, Austin Center for Peace and Justice, Code Pink Austin, Veterans for Peace Austin, Non-Military Options for Youth, and Texans for Peace.

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