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Ringing it in right | IndyStar.com
"There are 3,000 families who are not in a mood to celebrate," said Harold Donle, spokesman of Indiana Veterans for Peace, Chapter 49.
Public Access of Indianapolis - Indiana Anti-War Speakout
Other speakers included Sheila Rosenthal, longtime Lafayette activist representing the Indiana Peace and Justice Network (IPJN); Joe Farah, Indiana Vets for Peace director; Jason Jones, Fishers Middle East activist who has traveled to the Middle East and is a strong opponent of the war on Iraq ; Joanne Lingle, Indianapolis, Christian Peace Team (CPT) activist with extensive experience in the Middle East; Harold Donle, Vietnam veteran and communications professor at IUPUI; Michael Gradison, former executive director of the ICLU; Mary Mitchell, professor of law at IUPUI; Henry Gerner, president of Christians for Peace and Justice in the Middle East ; Keni Washington, IPJC liaison to the UN, jazz musician and outspoken critic of the Bush administration.
Liberal Indiana » 2006 » May
Harold Donle is anything but a coward.A United States Marine Vietnam Veteran who earned a Purple Heart for his self-sacrifice during that terrible conflict and today's Communication Director for Indiana Chapter 49 Veterans for Peace, Inc., he's earned quite a bit of respect from anyone calling themselves 'American'.
Veterans For Peace Communications ...
Veterans For Peace Communications Director Harold Donle addresses the crowd amidst a sea of American flags adorned with black ribbons; each one representing a U.S. soldier whose life has been lost during the war in Iraq.
Indianapolis Peace Rally
Indianapolis: Today 700 dedicated winter soldiers for peace gathered at Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis, braving inclement weather of freezing temperatures, falling snow, and howling winds, to protest against the policy of pre-emptive war and in support of American values, traditions, and ideals.
Speakers included Indiana University Law School Professor Mary H. Mitchell, Butler University Professor the Reverend Doctor James Wolfe, President of the Indiana Chapter of Veterans for Peace Joe Farah, Rabbi Lew Weiss, John Hay of Horizon House, IUPUI Professor of Communication and Marine Corps combat veteran Harold P. Donle, walker for democracy Jenette Wallis, and Eric Edgin of Voices in the Wilderness among others.
Harold P. Donle, M.A. Communication Director
Indiana Citizens Groups for Peace