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Title Bay Area Protests to Commemorate First Coup Against Aristide
 
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Description September 30th is the anniversary of the first US-sponsored coup that ousted President Aristide in 1991. An <a href="http://www.indybay.org/news/2005/09/1770704.php">international day of action has been called for September 30th</A> by the Fondasyon Trant Septanm (September Thirtieth Foundation). People of the world who love justice and freedom are encouraged to adopt the organization's idea of having a demonstration on the 30th, denouncing the dictatorship and the US/UN repression in Haiti, putting in place an International Coalition to work for the return of democracy in Haiti, demanding the return of the President elected by the people, and establishing a fund, administered by the September 30th Foundation, to support the victims of the repression in Haiti.

<br /><br />There will be demonstrations in two Bay Area cities on <strong>Friday, September 30th</strong>. In San Francisco, there will be a rally and picket at 9:00am at the Federal Building at 450 Golden Gate. There will be two protests in San Jose that day- the first will be a lunchtime protest at 11:30am-1 pm at French Consulate, 2nd Street and Santa Clara, and the second will be from 4:30-6pm at the Federal Building at 2nd Street near San Carlos. Thus far there are protests scheduled for <A href="http://www.indybay.org/news/2005/09/1770706.php">31 other cities</A> around the world.
 
Article Text September 30th is the anniversary of the first US-sponsored coup that ousted President Aristide in 1991. An <a href="http://www.indybay.org/news/2005/09/1770704.php">international day of action has been called for September 30th</A> by the Fondasyon Trant Septanm (September Thirtieth Foundation). People of the world who love justice and freedom are encouraged to adopt the organization's idea of having a demonstration on the 30th, denouncing the dictatorship and the US/UN repression in Haiti, putting in place an International Coalition to work for the return of democracy in Haiti, demanding the return of the President elected by the people, and establishing a fund, administered by the September 30th Foundation, to support the victims of the repression in Haiti.

<br /><br />There will be demonstrations in two Bay Area cities on <strong>Friday, September 30th</strong>. In San Francisco, there will be a rally and picket at 9:00am at the Federal Building at 450 Golden Gate. There will be two protests in San Jose that day- the first will be a lunchtime protest at 11:30am-1 pm at French Consulate, 2nd Street and Santa Clara, and the second will be from 4:30-6pm at the Federal Building at 2nd Street near San Carlos. Thus far there are protests scheduled for <A href="http://www.indybay.org/news/2005/09/1770706.php">31 other cities</A> around the world.
 
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