News Date: Sunday, March 18, 2007 – 11:03pm

Sunday, March 18, 2007: A Ride to End All Wars is an inter-borough bike ride for peace in conjunction with the March 19 Peace Actions Coalition. Feeder rides will start in the outer boroughs and converge in Manhattan to support the UFPJ anti-war march. 

Brooklyn feeder ride: 11:00 AM, at Grand Army Plaza.
Bronx feeder ride: 10:30 AM, West Side of Crotona Park at Claremont Pkwy. (2, 5 to 174th Street)
Upper Manhattan meet-up: 11:30 AM, at Nueva Esperanza Garden E110th St. at Fifth Ave.
Queens feeder ride: 10:30 AM, at the Statue of Civic Virtue on north corner of Queens Blvd. & Union Turnpike (E, F to Kew Gardens, Union Turnpike).
Staten Island feeder ride: 10:00 AM at 9/11 Memorial, North Shore Waterfront Esplanade (adjacent to S.I. Ferry Terminal).
Downtown Manhattan meet-up: 11:15 AM, New York Vietnam War Veterans Monument and Plaza, 55 Water Street

Manhattan Ride Convergence 12:30 PM Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, Second Ave. and E 47th St.

See the calendar listing or below for full details. For more info or to volunteer please contact Nadette at bike4peace@aol.com.
This is a peaceful, anti-war ride. In this spirit, the tone of the ride is non-violent. Our attitude will be one of openness and respect toward all people, places and things we encounter on our bike ride. We will use no violence, verbal or physical toward any living being. We will not destroy or damage any property. We will respect traffic laws and signs as is deemed safe for the ride by ride leaders and participants. Not one more death, not one more dollar. Join us as we cycle against oil wars.

For more information on the UFPJ March and other March 19th actions see: unitedforpeace.org and march19peaceactions.org

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