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Nov. 16-18: Creative Actions Keep Up the Pressure!
Taking the Message to the Streets!

With thousands coming to the gates of Fort Benning this November, we have a renewed opportunity to spread our message of hope and justice through the hemisphere. Our very presence at the gates of Fort Benning keeps the pressure on those who seek to destroy our world with their greed, and is a beacon of hope for all those who seek alternatives.

Through nonviolent direct action, we can amplify that message. Creative direct actions have been an important strategy for successful movements across the world, and SOA Watch activists have been at the forefront of creative actions to call attention to our cause.

Click here for some ideas that you can do in your community or at the Vigil!

It's the perfect time to start planning! We welcome your ideas! Email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it if you are considering doing any affinity group actions.

Remember: wherever you do your actions, send it to the "SOAW" group on SOA Watch's Fickr account!

See you at the gates!
The SOA Watch Direct Action Working Group

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Tierra Unida Films is calling all activists/filmmakers/and people interested in creating! This year's November Convergence will include a "participatory film-making" workshop on November 16th. The workshop will focus on the technique of participatory film-making and will also include, if there is enough interest, the creation of a collaborative documentary initiative to cover the weekend. Anyone interested in participating, especially in the filming, interviewing, and editing, and anyone who could bring a 500GB external hard drive, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Let's create something new!

Job opening

SOA Watch is hiring an Advocacy Coordinator to work on awesome stuff. Please help us spread the word: http://SOAW.org/work