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To mark the 20th Anniversary of the invasion of Iraq

Saturday, 18 Mar
10:30 amto11:00 am

Saturday 18th March 10:30am – 11:00am
Outside the Old Courthouse in the Armidale Mall

Armidale Women in Black invite ALL members of the community to join this special vigil.

In 2003 there was a huge local protest against Australian involvement with the USA and the UK in the invasion of Iraq. The Howard Government went ahead.  That military invasion prompted Armidale Women in Black to hold monthly silent vigils.

Our inspiration came from the international peace network started by Israeli and Palestinian women in 1988, with women holding regular vigils to mourn the victims of violence around the world, and to protest at the expanding use of military action.

The Iraq War resulted in the deaths of over 300,000 civilians, as well as the combatants, including Australians.

We will stand in silence because mere words cannot express the tragedy that wars and hatred bring. Our silence is visible.

Join us to mark our sorrow for all victims of war, and to bear witness to the destruction of people, nature and the fabric of life.

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