Stop the Wars at Home and Abroad!

Protests on Martin Luther King Jr. Day Raise Hopes For Revitalization of Antiwar Movement

by Dee Knight, published on CovertAction Magazine, January 25, 2023 Demonstrators in 50 cities ( 88 actions in 72 cities ~jb ) invoke King’s legacy in denouncing U.S. war machine It has been a year of nearly unprecedented war hysteria—remarkable in a country that has been gripped in continuous war hysteria for generations. The memories of mainstream media publishing major exposures[…]

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No War With Russia: UNAC Spearheads Actions Across the Country

In response to UNAC’s Call for protests on February 5, against U.S. and NATO warmongering against Russia and Ukraine, there were protests across the country with about 100 people coming out for lively rallies in Oakland and in Times Square NYC.  More in Brooklyn and Berkeley.   Hundreds more, young and old, rallied and held vigils across the country.  Here are[…]

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Coronavirus and the Antiwar Movement

UNAC Administrative Committee, 3/18/20 The coronavirus is serious, and our movement needs to take it seriously.  We must protect ourselves and each other.  These are the sentiments that brought us to the movement in the first place.  For a coalition like UNAC, which has always supported street demonstrations, face-to-face meetings and mass actions, we need to rethink our activity during[…]

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Mairead Maguire Nominates Julian Assange for Nobel Peace Prize

by Mairead Maguire, published on World Beyond War, 09/2019 Mairead Maguire, has today written to the Nobel Peace Prize Committee in Oslo to nominate Julian Assange, Editor-in-Chief of Wikileaks, for the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize. In her letter to the Nobel Peace Committee, Ms. Maguire said: “Julian Assange and his colleagues in Wikileaks have shown on numerous occasions that they[…]

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The Antiwar Movement No One Can See

by Allegra Harpootlian , Published on Tom Dispatch, June 23, 2019 When Donald Trump entered the Oval Office in January 2017, Americans took to the streets all across the country to protest their instantly endangered rights. Conspicuously absent from the newfound civic engagement, despite more than a decade and a half of this country’s fruitless, destructive wars across the Greater[…]

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Report On Militarism: The International Conference Against US/NATO Bases

Photo: Protest outside of Dublin Post Office at No Bases Conference by Ellen Davidson by Roger Harris, Popular Resistance, November 25, 2018 For the first time in the history of humanity, the technical means are at hand to eliminate poverty if resources were not diverted to making war. World hunger could be abolished with only a small diversion from military budgets. The only[…]

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