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Protests at Burmese Embassy and Chinese Embassy tomorrow (Fri 9/28/07) in Washington, DC

Protest is organized by US Campaign for Burma.

On Fri 9/28/07 at 4:00 PM protest (against current violent opposition to peaceful protesters in Burma) at the Burmese Embassy followed by a march to the Chinese Embassy along Connecticut Ave NW.

Addresses & Directions:

Burmese Embassy (meet there at 4 PM)
2300 S Street NW
Washington, DC 20008

Directions to the Burmese Embassy from the Dupont Circle Station on the Red Line:

- Exit station using Connecticut Ave & Q St NW exit
- Walk approx. 2 blocks NW on Connecticut Ave NW
- Turn left on S St NW
- Walk approx. 2 blocks W on S St NW.

Then march to (walking east on S St NW, and then north on Connecticut Ave NW to the Chinese Embassy):

Chinese Embassy
2300 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC

From a USCB e-mail passed on to me today by a Sri Lankan Buddhist monk in Wheaton, MD:

"We are calling upon the one country that has military, economic, and diplomatic leverage over Burma to do something. That country is China. As host of the 2008 Olympics, it is completely hypocritical for China to be such strong supporters of the human rights-abusing military regime in Burma."

See you at the protest & march tomorrow.

- Sujewa


Golden Phoenix said…
Thanks, Sujewa for posting these on Indiewire. I've also sent out e-blasts and have a blog ( that also has info on Burma. This is not just a country in turmoil. It is not a religious war. It is a global crisis in human rights, terror, rape, murder, human trafficking and forced child labor. Burma has the largest child soldier army of 70,000, many of whom are under the age of 12. The killing of monks and innocent civilians who protest in peace for peace and reconciliation is the epitome of tragedy.
The Sujewa said…
No problem GP, doing what I can to help the Burmese people. Looking forward to the protest today, also in Wheaton, MD there will be a candlelight vigil (& donations collecting for USCB) on 10/7, will post about that this weekend.

- Sujewa

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