Not surprisingly, folks had much the same perspective of an invasion of Iraq as do the people of Portland, and people around the world. Put the money into our economy; it's really about oil; take care of the Vet's injured and damaged during the Gulf War; it's really about oil; we shouldn't treat the planet like it's our oyster; it's really about oil; we should take care of this beautiful planet and each other instead of waging war.
The interviews were punctuated by numerous horns honking in support, demonstrating that the peace movement is gaining momentum, not only in the cities, but in every corner of the country.
This audio file features four people from Newport, and two from Waldport, and is about 8 minutes in length.
The following is a list of these weekly events taken from Portland Peaceful Response Peace Events lists:
ASTORIA PEACE GATHERING, 5-6 PM every Friday at the Post Office on 8th and Commercial. 503-325-1935, email@example.com
COOS BAY, Weekly, Saturday, 1-2pm, boardwalk at the end of Anderson Street; Monica Schreiber, 541-756-2042.
NEWPORT- PASSIONATE PATRIOTS FOR PEACE, Weekly Vigil, Saturdays noon-1PM Hwy 101 & 20; Contact: Dorothy Mack, 541-765-2383, firstname.lastname@example.org.
WALDPORT- PASSIONATE PATRIOTS FOR PEACE,,Weekly vigil, 11 am-2pm,,Hwy 101 & 34 Contact: Joanne Cvar of Pacific Greens of Lincoln County, 541-563-3615 or email@example.com.
YACHATS-PASSIONATE PATRIOTS FOR PEACE, Weekly Vigil, Saturday, 9:30-10:30am, Hwy 101, Contact: Joanne Cvar of Pacific Greens of Lincoln County, 541-563-3615 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The link provided takes you to a page where this and other audio files are located.