Using scientifically valid methods of epidemiology, the best estimate of the number of extra deaths of Iraqis due to the US invasion of Iraq and the continuing occupation was about 1,030,000 as of December 2007. US military killed or seriously wounded numbered about 100,000 as of December 2007

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Schedule of Events

Tuesday, Aug 23, 7 pm
4th Tuesday Films Presents Two Documentaries: Sludge, documents a coal sludge disaster in Kentucky (40 min) and Silent Forest: The Growing Threat of Genetically Engineered Trees (46 min). 909 12th Street, Sac. Info: 916-448-7157, sacpeace@dcn.org.

Tuesday, Aug 23, 7 - 9 pm
Discussion of article, The Age of Monopoly-Finance Capital, by John Bellamy Foster. SMUD, 6301 "S" St. Sac. FMI: 916-799-1354; info@marxistschool.org

Friday, Sep 9, 7:30 pm
Daniel Ellsberg speaks at St. Mark's United Methodist Church, 2391 St. Mark's Way, Sacramento. Tix $25, $15 student. FMI: 916-483-7848, zhwa2k@gmail.com.

Saturday, Sep 10, 5 pm
The Peace Pyramid presents Jim Haber, coordinator of the Nevada Desert Experience, which organizes interfaith resistance to nuclear weapons and war, 2041 Campton Circle, Gold River. Begins with potluck dinner. RSVP: tjking07@comcast.net or 916-241-9194.

Monday, Sep 12, 7 pm
Monthly meeting of the Davis Peace Coalition, in the Small Conference Room of the Davis Public Library. Members of the public are invited.

Thursday, Sep 15, 7 pm
Gender in the Japanese New Left, talk by Chelsea Szendi Schieder, a scholar of Japanese History at Columbia University, Sol Collective, 2574 21st St., Sac. Free, donations welcome. FMI: info@marxistschool.org.

Wednesday, Sep 21, 7:15 pm
CAAC Goes to the Movies: Youth in Revolt in Puerto Rico and America, The Top 1%. 1640 9th Ave., Sac. FMI: 916-446-3304

Wednesday, Sep 21, 7 pm
Presentation by Kitty Madden, founder of Casa Materna in Nicaragua which seeks to reduce maternal and infant death rates. Newman Center, 5900 Newman Ct, Sac. FMI: sparta1953@gmail.com

Saturday, Sep 24, 6 - 9 pm
Annual Teach Peace Foundation awards dinner, 600 Alhambra Blvd. Sacramento. Suggested donation $30 FMI: 530-554-7061, ddionisi@sbcglobal.net.

Tuesday, Sep 27, 7 pm
4th Tuesday Films: Human Terrain, examines and questions the US military's new counterinsurgency initiative, 'Human Terrain Systems', under which social scientists are embedded with combat troops. 909 12th Street, Sac. Info: sacpeace@dcn.org, 916-448-7157.

Monday, Oct 17, 7 pm
Monthly meeting of the Davis Peace Coalition, in the Small Conference Room of the Davis Public Library. Members of the public are invited.

Pediodic Events

Monthly Meeting of the Davis Peace Coalition
takes place on the second Monday of each month at 7 pm. Usually in the Small Conference Room of the Davis Public Library but check this website for the location

Monthly Meeting of the Teach Peace Foundation
takes place on the first Saturday of each month at 1 p.m. You don't have to travel to attend because you can call in. To participate, click here.

Saturday Vigil
11 am to 12 noon, every Saturday at the G Street Plaza in Davis
The Davis Friends Meeting is sponsoring a weekly vigil, every Saturday, 11 am to noon, at the Downtown G Street Plaza. The silent vigil will carry the message: WAR IS NOT THE ANSWER. A leaflet that gives constructive alternatives to war is made available to passersby. Community members of all faiths are warmly welcomed. For more information, call Marilee at 756 6881.

Sundays, 8 pm -Media Edge
A weekly series of programs on Davis Community TV. For more information, click here.

Monthly Peace Vigil in Woodland
Every 4th Saturday at 11 am to noon on the front steps of the Yolo County Court House, 725 Court St. Woodland. Contact: 530-662-0387


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