Protest Saudi Crown Prince in DC, NY, Boston

The U.S. Senate is expected to vote Tuesday or Wednesday on continuing U.S. participation in the U.S./Saudi war on Yemen. The Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, will meet with President Donald Trump Tuesday and with other members of the government over the next two days. He likely will travel to NYC Friday and then to other US cities. He is the chief architect of the 3-year-long bombing campaign and blockade in Yemen which is creating the world’s worst humanitarian disaster in decades. We need to make a clear public statement that we want Congress ending the war-making, not welcoming a fellow war criminal to town.

Join in these events!

March 19 — Washington, DC — Congress: Stop U.S. Participation in Saudi-led War in Yemen

March 20 – Washington, DC – 11am in front of the White House while the Prince meets with Trump.

March 20 — New York, NY — Protest Saudi Prince

March 20 – Washington, DC – Korea at the Crossroads

March 21 – Washington, DC –  6pm in front of the Kennedy Center during Saudi Arts and Cultural event in honor of the Prince’s visit.

March 22 – Washington, DC – 11:30am during a private luncheon for Saudi Arabia. Meet in front of the Newseum, 555 Pennsylvania Ave NW.

March 22 – Washington, DC – 6:30pm during a gala dinner for the Prince. Meet in front of the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium, 1301 Constitution Ave NW

March 23 — Washington, DC — Demand Japan Drop Charges Against Anti-Base Activists

March 24 – Washington, DC and around the US – March For Our Lives (march against gun violence. Bring these signs: PDF)

March 25 — Boston — Protest Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman at MIT

#SaudiPrinceNotWelcome #YemenCantWait

 

 

 

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