“The greatest purveyor of violence in the world : My own Government, I can not be Silent.”
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. April 4, 1967
As you know, after the October antiwar actions, more than 75 actions, we held a meeting to discuss next steps. It was decided that we should have another week of actions and the week around Martin Luther King Day, Jan 14 – 22 was proposed. So, we are moving forward organizing STOP U.S. Wars actions again during that week. Many organizations endorsed the October week of actions and are anxious to continue.
As Martin Luther King, Jr. so correctly reminded us, the U.S. is the greatest purveyor of violence in the world. Since WWII, the US has initiated more than 60 military interventions in foreign countries. The US/NATO proxy war in Ukraine brings the US in direct confrontation with a major nuclear power as does the U.S. provocation against China over Taiwan.
It is extremely important that we build a strong, unified antiwar movement that can break through the media propaganda and censorship and end the US military aggression around the world.
Each of our actions are based on building local connections among various solidarity organizations. A variety of actions are encouraged from demonstrations, teach-Ins, banner drops, chalk-ins to street meetings.
Actions linking ALL the continuing US wars and sanctions is a unifying focus and helps break through the propaganda that saturates each war.
Stop US/NATO Wars and Sanctions
Today working people face escalating costs of food and energy, recession, growing insecurity and attacks on efforts to unionize. The continuing wars and military provocations have brought us to the brink of nuclear war.
Stop Washington’s war moves toward Russia and China!
Stop endless wars: Iraq, Syria, Somalia, Palestine…. everywhere
Please fill out the form below to endorse the January Days of Action.
You can endorse as an individual or an organization.
You can Register Your MLK Week Action HERE.
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|56||Alex Dillard||League of Young Communists USA||Dec 01, 2022|
|55||Pamela Richard||Peace Action WI||Nov 30, 2022|
|54||Brent Rocks||Individual||Nov 30, 2022|
|53||Eldon Grossman||Vfp he||Nov 30, 2022|
|52||Sue Ann Martinson||Rise Up Times||Nov 30, 2022|
|51||Dave Mulinix||Our Revolution Hawaii||Nov 29, 2022|
|50||Lucy Duff||Prince George's County Peace & Justice Coalition||Nov 29, 2022|
|49||Michael Bentley||Plowshare Peace Center||Nov 28, 2022|
|48||Martin Melkonian||Peace Fellows||Nov 28, 2022|
|47||Gerry Scoppettuolo||Pride at Work Eastern Massachusetts||Nov 28, 2022|
|46||Nahid Azad||University of Ottawa||Nov 28, 2022|
|45||Hope Savage||No||Nov 28, 2022|
|44||Jack Herbert||Portland Central America Solidarity Committee (PCASC)||Nov 28, 2022|
|43||Cynthia Papermaster||CODEPINK San Francisco Bay Area||Nov 27, 2022|
|42||Mara Bard||SOA Watch||Nov 27, 2022|
|41||Roger Batchelder||Advantage Solutions||Nov 27, 2022|
|40||Lisa Savage||Maine Natural Guard||Nov 27, 2022|
|39||Michael Otto||Workers World||Nov 26, 2022|
|38||Milo Matthews||Landline||Nov 26, 2022|
|37||Lawrence Montgomery||Studio98||Nov 26, 2022|
|36||Leonard Sanford||None||Nov 26, 2022|
|35||John Raby||Peace Action Maine||Nov 26, 2022|
|34||Knut Olsen||Knut Olsen||Nov 26, 2022|
|33||David Sonneborn||Not organizational||Nov 26, 2022|
|32||Linda Ferland||None||Nov 26, 2022|
|31||Carol Nesbit||Win Without War||Nov 26, 2022|
|30||Susan Gentry||Individual||Nov 26, 2022|
|29||Dee Knight||DSA Int'l Committee||Nov 26, 2022|
|28||Malcolm Nazareth||na||Nov 26, 2022|
|27||Adam Izak||Vrede Met Venezuela Nederland (Peace With Venezuela The Netherlands)||Nov 26, 2022|
|26||Rosemary A Seifert-Graf||Citizen of the World||Nov 26, 2022|
|25||Anton Borys||private||Nov 26, 2022|
|24||Nebojsa Milikic||NO to REHABILITATION||Nov 26, 2022|
|23||Zaki Baruti||Universal African Peoples Organization||Nov 25, 2022|
|22||T Jeffries||Self||Nov 25, 2022|
|21||Rick Staggenborg, MD||Veterans For Peace Linus Pauling Chapter 132||Nov 25, 2022|
|20||Mary Ann Maikish||None||Nov 25, 2022|
|19||Mario G. Rivera||Self||Nov 25, 2022|
|18||Paul Karitis||IWW||Nov 25, 2022|
|17||J. Beverly||human for peace on earth||Nov 25, 2022|
|16||Farrell Brody||None||Nov 25, 2022|
|15||David St. Jean||David St. Jean||Nov 25, 2022|
|14||Brad Geyer||Veterans for Peace Madison Wisconsin #25||Nov 25, 2022|
|13||Philip Smith||None||Nov 25, 2022|
|12||Gerald ( Jerry ) Hassett||VFP||Nov 25, 2022|
|11||Sherrill Futrell||NONE||Nov 25, 2022|
|10||Joel Isaacs||Bodynamic Institute USA||Nov 25, 2022|
|9||Robin Patten||none||Nov 25, 2022|
|8||Roberta Stern||Therapists for Peace & Justice||Nov 25, 2022|
|7||Roger Hollander||Self||Nov 25, 2022|
|6||dan dowdall||none||Nov 25, 2022|
|5||Patrick Bosold||Individual citizen||Nov 25, 2022|
|4||Beth Darlington||none||Nov 25, 2022|
|3||zool Zulkowitz||Rising Together Guerrilla Theater||Nov 25, 2022|
|2||Bob Lichenbert||none||Nov 25, 2022|
|1||Judith Bello||United National Antiwar Coalition||Nov 20, 2022|