(Courtesy of Media Czech)
The biggest Iraq protest in years is being held at 5:00 in both Lexington and Louisville. Lexington's is in Phoenix Park next to the Central Library and Louisville's is at Bellermine's Frazier Hall.
I'll be at the Louisville rally, and there are rumors that over 1,000 people will be there, which would make it one of the biggest KY anti-war protests since the Vietnam War. There's going to be lots of national media at the event, which will culminate in everyone marching to Mitch McConnell's L'Ville apartment for a vigil.
This is a key time for this movement, as the Congress will be voting on the future of Iraq in September, which will determine our policy for the next year.
If you oppose this war, show up and be heard. Show up and be counted.