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A History of Newton Dialogues BOOK now available

Linda and Steve Nathanson were among the early organizers and key leaders of Newton Dialogues on Peace and War. Linda has written an account of how Newton Dialogues came into existence and put that together with over two hundred pages of archival material (newspapers, photos, press reports, event flyers, etc) to create a BOOK - a case study of community anti-war organizing. 

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Egypt Supports Wisconsin Workers

Egypt Supports Wisconsin

Photo From Egypt: "Egypt Supports Wisconsin Workers."

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Statement of the Coordinating Council of the Green Path of Hope

Prof. Afshin Razani, who spoke at UJP's "A New War in the Middle East? A Teach-in on Iran" on April 28, forwarded this statement for UJP's information.

In the Name of God

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UN Declares War on Libya

UN resolution goes far beyond no-fly zone to allow “all necessary measures” against Qaddafi.

Phyllis Bennis - Institute for Policy Studies - March 18, 2011

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Salt and Terror in Afghanistan

by Kathy Kelly

February 5, 2014

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Bombshell from London

By Eric S. Margolis - Toronto Sun

September 14, 2010 - The London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), is the world's leading think tank for military affairs. It represents the top echelon of defence experts, retired officers and senior military men, spanning the globe from the United States and Britain to China, Russia and India.

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Santiago Declaration - The Human Right to Peace

International Association of Peace Messenger Cities
December 22, 2010

Dear Friends:

We are sending you the SANTIAGO DECLARATION-THE HUMAN RIGHT TO PEACE.
The Declaration is the culmination of years of discussion and debate among global peace activists to finally enshrine in international law the recognition of humanity’s centuries longing for peace and security.

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The Arab Spring and the Changing Dynamics of Global Struggle

By Bob Wing* - May 2, 2011

Bob WingThe Arab Spring, the Japanese nuclear accident, the progressive/labor motion in response to the rightwing attacks in Wisconsin and throughout the Midwest, and the demographic changes reflected in the 2010 U.S. census, are reshaping the U.S. and global political terrain.

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Revolutionizing Egypt by the Day: An Eyewitness Report

By Bob Wing and Hany Khalil

Veteran analyst Bob Wing and Egyptian-American activist Hany Khalil recently met with a dozen key revolutionaries and spoke with numerous people on Cairo’s streets, in the cafes and taxis, and in their homes.

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5 myths about getting rid of the bomb

By Barry Blechman and Alex Bollfrass
The Washington Post - Sunday, June 27, 2010
 
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Now That You Have Destroyed Our Country, Withdrawing Is Not Enough

An Open Letter from the President of the Federation of Workers' Councils and Unions in Iraq

To the American President Barak Obama

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Martin Luther King on Non-Violence and Disarmament

Originally published in Boston Review, January 16, 2015.  [ Vincent Intondi will speak on "African-Americans Against the Bomb" at several events in the Boston area, tentatively March 19-21, 2015, to promote the Peace & Planet mobilization, April 26, 2015, New York City - ed. ]

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The Iraq War Disaster

Thursday, December 15, 2011

By RAED JARRAR

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Global Wave 2015

When: Sunday, April 26, 2015, 10:00 am to Monday, April 27, 2015, 10:00 am
Where: Worldwide

Global Wave 2015

Global Wave Events in Massachusetts

Events are planned for the following locations. Check back in a few days for details.

Boston Common
Tufts University
Hingham High School
Natick Earth Day
Newburyport

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Kiev’s Atrocities and the Silence of the Hawks

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