From: Voices for Creative Nonviolence <firstname.lastname@example.org>Subject: There are No Military Solutions: Fast for Yemen and Protests of the Bombing in Achin, AfghanistanDate: April 18, 2017 at 4:07:59 PM EDTReply-To: Voices for Creative Nonviolence <email@example.com>
While Yemeni children are starving, US weapons makers, including General Dynamics, Raytheon, and Lockheed Martin, are profiting from weapon sales to Saudi Arabia.
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Democracy Now! interviews Kathy Kelly on Yemen and Afghanistan. To hear her interviews please click Yemen and Afghanistan. Below are interviews and footage of the fast at the Isaiah Wall in NYC last week.
Mary Yelenick interviewedat the Isaiah Wall in New York City, opposite the United Nations. Mary was there along with other activists calling for a humane response to the crisis in Yemen and an end to the U.S./ Saudi blockade and air strikes.
Amy Nee with her son Eli being interviewed while participating in the fast for Yemen.
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