National Day of Protest, Impeachment day April 28

Nationwide day of protest: Impeachment Day, April 28, 2007:

A series of coordinated impeachment initiatives this spring will build towards April 28, which has been chosen as a day of nationwide protest in towns and cities across America to call for impeachment. Preparations are beginning for rallies, concerts, public forums, street theater, and more. If you would like to find out about A28 events in your area, help organize one, or just get more information, please sign up below.


A growing network of organizations and individuals has launched a new campaign to pursue the immediate impeachment of George Bush and Dick Cheney through widespread public protest, creative dissent, media activism, education, and coordinated lobbying. We believe that Bush and Cheney have committed high crimes and misdemeanors, including misleading the nation into an aggressive war, spying in open violation of the law, and sanctioning the use of torture.

Lying, spying, and torture are a betrayal of our fundamental values of truth, freedom, and justice. Far from being a partisan political quest, impeachment is a self-evident moral imperative and we demand that Congress hold Cheney and Bush accountable through the Constitutional remedy of impeachment. Members of Congress who refuse to do so will be considered complicit with these crimes.

SPONSORS:Initial participating organizations represent hundreds of thousands of antiwar, military family, peace, youth and women activists and lawyers. They include After Downing Street, Backbone Campaign, Center for Constitutional Rights, Citizens Impeachment Commission, CODE PINK Women for Peace, Constitution Summer, Consumers for Peace,, Democracy Rising, Gold Star Families for Peace, Green Party of the United States, Hip Hop Caucus, Impeach the President,, Military Free Zone, National Lawyers Guild, Patriotic Response to Renegade Government, Progressive Democrats of America, Independent Progressive Politics Network, Velvet Revolution, and World Can't Wait: Drive Out the Bush Regime.

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