2nd Annual Free Palestine Walk


September 20, 2010 by The Mormon Worker

Saturday, October 9, 2010 12:00 noon — Gather, 11:15 a.m.

City-County Building, NE corner 400 South & State Street
Salt Lake City, Utah

Walk starts at 12:00 noon. Walk ends back at the City-County Building, 400 S. State St.

Total distance approximately 3 miles (or as far as you can walk).

Register online at: http://saltlakecitywalk.eventbrite.com/Cost: $15.00 for includes t-shirt.

All proceeds from the Free Palestine Walk will go toward AAPER’s work to (a) educate Americans about Palestine and (b) lobby for an equitable U.S. policy toward Palestine.

(We Welcome Everyone, you are not required to register and purchase t-shirt in order to join our walk.)

Sponsored by American Association for Palestinian Equal Rights—www.AAPER.org Co-sponsored by Utahns for a Just peace in the Holy Land—www.jphl.org

For additional information call Mahan-801-573-2883 or Frances 435-783-4411


2 thoughts on “2nd Annual Free Palestine Walk

  1. john C Chanonat says:

    dear Utah marchers I will be with you on the street of SLC to make known how bad israel is treating the palestinians and with my heart I shall remember the sixties when Utah Phillips and Wayne Holley were with us I sure hope the weather will be with you and that a good ammount of people will show up. Love from france JCC ex Utah Free Press editor.

  2. Hanan Jabri says:

    This is a great initiative i wish my country could be doing such things…

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