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2004

November 20th 2004
March & Rally

On Saturday November 20th over 350 people came to the streets of downtown Vancouver in near-freezing temperatures, to protest the US-led siege on Fallujah.

Mobilization Against War and Occupation (MAWO) organized this, our thirteen demonstration since Nov 2003, to bring people across Vancouver and the lower mainland together and voice our opposition to the brutal, illegal and inhuman destruction being leveled against the people of Iraq. These atrocities are not only in Fallujah, but across Iraq where the occupation forces are in the 20th month of warfare and killing...

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MAWO Celebrates First Year of Building an Effective Antiwar Anti Occupation Movement!

On Wednesday October 29th 2003, over 30 people gathered at the Britannia Community Center on Vancouver’s east side and made up the first meeting of Mobilization Against War and Occupation. Around the table were the faces of students, women, youth, indigenous and third world people, and all were filled with a sense of excitement and hope at establishing a new, healthy, inclusive and militant organization to fight against war and occupation...

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August 28th 2004
March & Rally

On Saturday August 28th 200 youth, Muslims, students, women and people of color braved the cold and rain to come together for a protest rally to demand “HANDS OFF IRAQ!”

After weeks of bombings, shooting, killing and attacks against Iraqi people, and against Muslim holy sites and specifically against the Imam Ali mosque, people across the globe were taking to the streets in solidarity with the heroic struggle to kick US-led occupation forces out of Iraq...

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November 20th 2004
Emergency March & Rally


October 29th 2004
MAWO Celebrates First Year of Building an Effective Antiwar Anti Occupation Movement!


August 28th 2004
March & Rally