Join us at the Monday, March 17 Columbus City Council meeting in solidarity to three speakers who will introduce the resolution "City for Peace" to Columbus City Council.
Hundreds of other local municipalities have passed resolutions for peace in Iraq, to bring the troops home and to protest an attack on Iran.
Taxpayers in Columbus, Ohio have paid $1.1 billion for the Iraq War thus far. For the same amount of money, the following could have been provided:
376,665 People with Health Care OR
1,190,162 Homes with Renewable Electricity OR
24,063 Public Safety Officers OR
16,271 Music and Arts Teachers OR
122,614 Scholarships for University Students OR
97 New Elementary Schools OR
9,911 Affordable Housing Units OR
639,060 Children with Health Care OR
165,452 Head Start Places for Children OR
16,935 Elementary School Teachers OR
18,660 Port Container Inspectors