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CAIR-Chicago Civil Rights Coordinator to Speak at Rally Protesting Guantanamo Bay
January 11, 2007



What: International Day to Shut Down Guantanamo

Join Chicago-area peace groups to take a "Stand Against Torture" and act in solidarity with others nation-wide protesting the 5 year anniversary of the first prisoners being brought to Guantanamo Bay.

When: Thursday, January 11, 2007
             4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Speakers: Christina Abraham
                    CAIR-Chicago Civil Rights Coordinator
&
                    Representatives from co-sponsoring organizations

Where: Federal Plaza -- Downtown Chicago
               (Dearborn between Jackson and Adams)

Co- Sponsored by: 8th Day Center for Justice, American Friends Service Committee, Chicago Coalition Against War and Racism, Christian Peacemaker Teams, Chicago Council on American Islamic Relations, Gay Liberation Network, IL SOA Watch, International Solidarity Movement, National Lawyers' Guild, Nicaraguan Solidarity Committee, Peace Pledge, Su Casa Catholic Worker, Torture Abolition Survivors Support Committee (TASSC)

Contact: Contact: Christina Abraham, civilrights@cairchicago.org; 312-212-1520


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