National Referendum to End the War

The National Referendum to End the War was a campaign to call for the US government to end military aid to Central America.  It involved canvassing and tabling in an effort to get people of the U.S. to sign on. 500,000 ballots were delivered to the Congress by prominent figures like Jesse Jackson, Ann Lewis, Father Luis Olivares.

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  1. 1985 – We held a giant banner across an overpass over Storrow Drive in Boston at the height of morning rush hour, saying “STOP AID TO EL SAVADOR! CALL SENATOR KERRY!” The police were not amused…

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