ICUJP Creates YouTube Page
ICUJP has created a YouTube page to showcase all of our collected videos online. If you have any video from an ICUJP event, upload it and find us on YouTube.
Click here to see our new ICUJP YouTube page: http://www.youtube.com/icujpvideos
We will be posting video coverage of Rev. James Lawson's award ceremoney this past Sunday, Sept. 9, 2012. Below are two videos featuring images and speeches of Rev. Lawson.
Here are the videos on our YouTube page:
ICUJP members and allies marched through the streets of Downtown Los Angeles and blocked the street in front of the Federal Building to protest the invasion and occupation of Afghanistant as another development of the immoral U.S. imperialist wars. The action was lead by one of ICUJP's founders Rev. Dr. George Regas of All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena, California. Fourteen peace activists were arrested by LAPD.
"For nearly ten years, 500 Fridays, the Interfaith Communities for Justice and Peace have organized pro-peace events, education and demonstrations under the guidance and leadership of Pasadena's Dr. Rev. George Regas of All Saints Episcopal Church. ICUJP has been one of the leading organizations nationwide to take a stand against war and torture and in support of peace and human rights." - Aboriginal Media
The Council on American-Islamic Relations, Greater Los Angeles Area
presented Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace (ICUJP) with the 'Unity and Renewal Award' for its unwavering commitment to promoting peace, justice and mutual understanding since its formation after the 9/11 attacks.
On Friday, Sept. 9, 2011, Rev. Dr. George Regas spoke with Uprising host Sonali Kolhatkar about the 9/11 anniversary and the Sunday event. Rev. Regas is one of the founders of ICUJP.