HELP YOUTH GET ON
THE BUS FROM BOSTON #2DC4Gaza!


National March on the White House:
End the Siege & Blockade on Gaza!
FREE PALESTINE!


LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS LEFT:
CLICK HERE TO BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW OR SPONSOR A SEAT!

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Depart Boston from Ruggles Station:
Friday, Aug. 1 at 11pm, arriving in Washington D.C. around 8am

Depart Washington D.C.:
Saturday, Aug 2 at 5pm, arriving back in Boston around 1am

Tickets are $50 per seat to cover the cost of the bus rental.  Please consider buying at the solidarity price of $65 per seat.  We are raising funds to help subsidize youth, students and others who cannot afford the full price.

If you want to attend but cannot afford the full price, please call (857) 334-5084 or email boston@answercoalition.org to reserve your seat.

Can't attend? Buy a ticket and sponsor someone to go in your place! Please be sure to let us know by sending us an email or giving us a call.

CLICK HERE TO SPONSOR A SEAT OR BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW!

The atrocities committed by the Israeli regime keep piling up in Gaza, with the he bombings of hospitals and schools taking place on a daily basis.  Over 1,000 Palestinians have been killed, including entire families, and thousands more have been injured and displaced.

In response to this ongoing massacre, a broad coalition of anti-war, Muslim and Arab-American groups have joined together to organize a national march on the White House on August 2.  Click here to read the call to action and list of co-sponsors.

Every day, people across the United States are pouring into the streets to show their outrage at the ongoing Israeli massacre in Gaza. While the U.S. government continues to shamefully offer unqualified support for the brutal Israeli regime, the people of the United States are making it clear that public opinion is sharply turning against this long-standing policy.

The emerging movement that has brought so many people into the streets in local actions will now converge to illustrate the massive opposition among the American public to Israel’s new war and U.S. support for their atrocities. Join us!

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