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How can the US stop destabilizing the Middle East and lay the foundation for peace?
Standout and flyering.
Sponsored by Food Not Bombs and the Stop the Wars Coalition
Posted at Counterpunch and Common Dreams:
Nan Levinson is a writer, journalist and professor at Tufts. Her book War is Not a Game tells the story of a new soldiers' antiwar movement. Drawing on stories, voices and ideas from a rousing band of military-related antiwar activists, the book gives an uncensored, grunt's-eye view of the occupations in Iraq and Afghanistan, while conveying the dramatic struggles many soldiers face returning home.
Organizing Meeting for the People’s Climate March in New York on September 21
Stop the Wars, Stop the Warming!
Time is urgent -- people are marching
NO BOMBS! NO TROOPS! NO DRONES!
Despite spending a trillion dollars on the Iraq war from 2003 to 2009 that cost the lives of 4500 U.S. soldiers and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis, and despite providing billions of dollars worth of training to the security forces of our brutal ally in Baghdad, Iraq faces the prospect of a horrible civil war.
Getting things straight on Iraq
A Peace Movement Briefing with Raed Jarrar and Terry Rockefeller
On Saturday afternoon January 14 from 1pm to 4pm, UJP will hold its quarterly strategy session. The key event of the day will be a briefing on just what is happening in Iraq and its implications for peace activists. The briefing will be provided by Raed Jarrar and Terry Rockefeller.
Massachusetts Peace Action 2015 Annual Meeting
Dennis Kucinich, former Member of Congress and presidential candidate; author, The Courage to Survive.
Rev. Osagyefo Sekou, Pastor for Formation and Justice, First Baptist Church of Jamaica Plain; author, Gods, Gays, and Guns: Essays on Religion and the future of Democracy
People's Parade for Peace, Equality, Jobs, Social & Economic Justice
Please join Veterans For Peace and other Peace and social / economic Justice organizations for this historic 2nd Annual “People’s Peace Parade" in South Boston.
Bring the Troops Home Now!
March and Rally
April 9th, 2011
New York City and San Francisco
(Union Sq. at noon) (Time and place to be announced)
by Michael Borkson, Indymedia Boston
Boston, Mass. Dec. 16, 2010:
About 25 peace activists staged a picket and speakout in front of the JFK Federal Building in Boston to support anti-war veterans staging a mass civil disobedience in front of the White House in Wash. DC.
As a picket line paced the sidewalk under the watch of 2 Boston cops, speakers talked of the quagmire of the Afghan and Iraq wars-the cost in deaths of thousands of people, both civilian and military, as well as the destruction of social welfare and the economy at home.
Veterans and others are putting their bodies on the line for peace by holding a civil disobedience action in Washington, DC on December 16 to Stop These Wars.
Go to Washington, DC that day to support the veterans if you possibly can. For those who can't go to DC, there will be a solidarity action at the JFK Federal Building at noon.
Our slogans will be: