|On Monday, April 8, activists painted a huge mural on the 34th|
Street Wall reading, “4700 murders and counting,” referring to the
extrajudicial killings carried out by the U.S. government in countries
like Yemen, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
|On Tuesday, in Turlington Plaza, Students for Justice|
in Palestine (SJP) joined SDS and UF Libertarians to
hold a moment of silence and read the names of
over 400 children killed by drone strikes in
Yemen and Pakistan.
In "Pin the Drones," students in the Plaza of the
Americas were challenged to find a country
that the U.S. had not invaded bombed,
or occupied within the last 10 years. This
proved a difficult task
|On Friday, 4/12 activists gathered in front of Tigert Hall, UF's |
administrative building, to call attention to the university's
involvement in research that fuels drone development.
|"Drop TUITION not BOMBS;" describes the tradeoff implicit|
in the University's funding of drone research.
|"FUND EDUCATION NOT OCCUPATION" was the message|
broadcast by a banner hung from the Tigert Hall steps.
April Days of Action Against Drones continue! How will YOU get involved?!