Above photo: Anti-war protesters gather in front of the White House on Jan. 27 to demonstrate against escalating tensions with Russia. Win McNamee/Getty Images.
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No War with Russia Over UkraineRead the Petition1,216 signatures = 94% of goal01,300
Stop the War with Russia over Ukraine!
We must act now to stop the war with Russia over Ukraine, a war that would risk becoming a dangerous conflict between nuclear states. As people residing in the United States, we have a special responsibility to call upon the U.S. government to:
— Stop the war with Russia
— Stop the NATO expansion
— Stop sending weapons to Ukraine and the European Union
— Obey international laws and the UN Charter
— Resolve the current conflict within the United Nations Security Council
— De-escalate the threat of a nuclear war
Once again, our world is facing an imminent threat of war between two major nuclear powers. As in the past, the United States is using the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) as the vehicle to wage war in clear violation of international law and the Charter of United Nations.
The Biden administration is currently flying $200 million worth of weapons and other “lethal aid” to Ukraine and has 8,500 US troops on standby to enter that country. ‘Nonessential’ US diplomatic personnel and their families are being withdrawn from the country. The corporate media is lockstep in its portrayal of Russia as the enemy who is about to invade Ukraine. These actions constitute a de facto declaration of war, while the corporate media fan the flame of war.
This current escalation of aggression against Russia through expansion of NATO’s presence into Ukraine is a serious threat to world peace and requires a unified and rapid response by anti-war organizations to stop a major war.
To that end, we, the undersigned groups, have agreed to support a day of national action with the above mentioned demands on the United States government.
During the week of January 30 to February 5, we will hold visibility actions by holding signs and banners in well-trafficked areas such as major intersections or highway overpasses that raise awareness of this urgent crisis and urge the President to stop the war with Russia.
On the afternoon of February 5, we will gather online for a national rally to demonstrate the breadth of opposition to war. During the rally, photos of the visibility actions will be shared.
Initial Signatories (in alphabetical order):
Black Alliance for Peace
Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space
International Action Center
Task Force on the Americas
United National Antiwar Coalition
U.S. Peace Council
Veterans For Peace
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF-US)
World BEYOND War
Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action
Massachusetts Peace Action
Peninsula Peace and Justice
United Teachers Los Angeles
Law and Disorder Radio
Green Party of Monmouth County NJ
Franklin County Continuing the Political Revolution Peace Task Force
Veterans For Peace Linus Pauling Chapter 132
Seattle Anti-War Coalition
Savannah Justice and Peace Collective
Casa Baltimore Limay
Greater New Haven Peace Council
Party of Communists USA
Peace & Planet News
ALL Children ALL Borders
New Progressive Alliance
Veteran for Equality, Integrity, Justice and Peace
MLK Coalition of Greater Los Angeles
Topanga Peace Alliance
Fight Back Better
Taos Immigrant Allies
Minnesota Peace Action Coalition
Environmentalists Against War
Workers Voice Socialist Movement, LA
Veterans For Peace – NYC Chapter 34
Brandywine Peace Community
Veterans for Peace – Chapter 157 Eisenhower
Organic Consumers Association
Peace Action WI
CODEPINK SF Bay Area
Chicago Anti-War Coalition (CAWC)
Albany Park, North Park, Mayfair Neighbors for Peace and Justice (Chicago)
Chelsea Coalition on Housing
Women for Racial Economic and Equality (WREE)
Movement for People’s Democracy (MPD)
Women’s Institute for Freedom of the Press
Maine Natural Guard
Peace Action Maine
People’s Organization for Progress
Women Against Military Madness
Neighbors for Peace
PeaceWorks of Greater Brunswick
Twin Cities Chapter 27 Veterans For Peace
Veterans For Peace Chapter 111
Chicago Area Peace Action
Welfare Rights Committee
Earth Care not Warfare
Veterans For Peace, Chapter 71
Peace Dividend Project
Ecumenical Peace Institute/CALC
Victorian International Community Development Network
Committee to Stop FBI Repression
Workers Party of Massachusetts
ADDICTED To WAR
Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace
Committees of Correspondence co-chair
Baltimore, MD Phil Berrigan Memorial Chapter Veterans For Peace
Veterans For Peace Golden Rule Project
WILPF St Louis
Swords into Plowshares Peace Center & Gallery
Freedom Road Socialist Organization
Green Party of Mississippi
Green Party of New Jersey
Ann Arbor Coalition Against the War
Portland Central America Solidarity Committee (PCASC)
Granny Peace brigade Philadelphia
Racine Coalition for Peace and Justice
Alliance for Democracy
Genesee Valley Citizens for Peace
Progressive Democrats of America
World Peace Communications
NJ Peace Action
Mocaragia Center for Community Action
Liberty From The Lobby
Chapter 63, Albuquerque, Veterans For Peace
Peace, Justice, Sustainability NOW!
Peace Action WI
Women against War
Brooklyn For Peace
Nebraskans for Peace
Nortenos for Peace and Sustainable Futures
Peninsula/Palo Alto, CA Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom branch
CA Women for Workplace Rights
Anti-War/Anti-Imperialism Working Group of the Socialist Party USA
Northern Piedmont Local of the Socialist Party USA
Dorothy Day Labor Forum
Alaska Peace Center
Workers World Portland
Tucson Peace Center
Middle of the Mitten Greens
Socialist Action NYC
Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility
Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network
Workers World Party, Buffalo Branch
Root & Branch News
Roseville Junction Democratic club
Queers For Peace & Justice
Workers World Party Houston
Diocese Saint Francis Of Assisi CCA
NJ Peace Action
Unitarian-Universalist Church of Arlington, VA
SOLI Puerto Rican Network for the Struggle for Peace and International Solidarity
Call to Action on Puerto Rico
Ecumenical Peace Institute/CALC
Ecumenical Peace Institute/Clergy and Laity Concerned
Peace Action of San Mateo County
Carlisle Peace College
Community Organizing Center
Northwest Bronx Support Committee Fir The Homeless
Planet vs Pentagon
Dallas Anti-War Committee
Salem Against War
Valley Justice Coalition
Unite North Metro Denver
Veterans For Peace, Chapter 71
Green and Red Podcast
Peace and Justice Center of Nevada County
Utah Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons
Beyond Capitalism Working Group
Fairbanks Peace Choir
Occupy Bergen County (New Jersey)
North Country Veterans for Peace
Interfaith Peace Working Group
Veterans for Peace, North Texas
Willamette Student Solidarity Union
North Carolina Green Party
Workers World Party
Hunter Peace Group
Public Intellectuals for Social and Spare Change
Puget Sound Peace Presence
The Art & Politics of Justice & Joy Collective
Center for Cultural Evolution
Arkport Catholic Worker
Trade Justice Alliance
World Can’t Wait
Prince George’s County [MD] Peace & Justice Coalition
TLtC Justice & Peace Committee
Leonard Peltier Defense Committee
Twin Cities Peace Campaign
Voices of Women for Justice and Peace
Guyanese American Workers United
Malcolm X Center for Human Rights & Self Determination
Democratic Socialists of America International Committee
Stop the War Machine, New Mexico
El Paso Pax Christi
Al-Awda, Palestine Right to Return Coalition
Center for Citizen Initiatives
Newman Nonviolent Peacemaking Group
The Friendship Association
CT Peace and Solidarity Coalition
L.I. Alliance for Peaceful Alternatives
Church Women United in New York State
Alliance for Democracy
Principles NOT Parties
Earth Justice Ministries
Buddhist Peace Fellowship Chicago
National Lawyers Guild international
Association for Investment in Popular Action Committees
Western New York Peace Center
The People’s Party of Oregon
Nicaragua Center for community Action
Palestine Children’s Welfare Fund
Free Palestine Movement
Western MA TroopsOutNow!
Peace and Solidarity Organisation – SriLanka
Escuela de paz Colombia
Vrede met Venezuela/handsoffvenezuela.nl</span
Vrede met Rusland
Peace Initiative Dresden and Community for Human Rights in the Free State of Saxony
Movimiento Por Un Mundo Sin Guerras Y Sin Violencia – Chile
NZ DPRK Society
Coop Anti-War Cafe Berlin
Australian -DPRK Friendship and Cultural Society
Caribbean Movement for Peace and Integration
Philippine Workers Support Committee
Red party of Norway
Pole for Communist Revival in France
Institute for Economic Research on Innovation
Campaign for International Cooperation and Disarmament (CICD)
Centro Studi Sereno Regis – Torino (Italy)
Solidarity International, Germany
Communist party of Ireland
South West London Branch CPB
Indian Origin Urdu-Speaking Minority Council Bangladesh
Sign your organization on:
Feb. 1, San Francisco – Tuesday from 11:30 am to 1 pm, Leafleting and Bannering, “NO WAR with RUSSIA”. Ferry Bldg., San Francisco, at the foot of Market Street, near Embarcadero BART.
Feb. 1 San Francisco – Tuesday from 2 to 3 pm, Press Conference at PELOSI’S HOUSE* 2640 Broadway, S.F., 1 block east/downhill from Divisadero. * Group rides will be arranged for those who need them from the SF Ferry Bldg. to the press conference at Pelosi’s.
Feb. 2, Northampton, MA – Wednesday, 12:00-1:00 PM. No War with Russia! Negotiate Don’t escalate! No World War III. Peace Rally, Congressman McGovern’s Office, 94 Pleasant Street, Northampton, MA. The Rally is sponsored by Massachusetts Peace Action, Western Mass Regional Chapter of the Green-Rainbow Party, Peace and Justice Team from First Churches of Northampton, Anti-Imperialist Action Committee, WM Code Pink, Party for Socialism and Liberation, Latin America Solidarity Coalition of Western Massachusetts.
Feb. 3, Online – Thursday at 2:00 pm. On the Brink: Understanding the Ukraine Crises & Paths Toward a Just Peace. Sponsored by Massachusetts Peace Action; Campaign for Peace, Disarmament, and Common Security; International Peace Bureau; and Chicago Area Peace Action. Click here for more information.
FRIDAY ACTIONS, FEBRUARY 4
Sacramento, CA – No War With Russia Over Ukraine Friday at 4 to 5:30 pm! We’ll be Downtown at 16th and J Sts., Sacramento. We’ll be socially distanced, out-of-doors. Please wear a mask! Facebook page.
Palo Alto, CA – Friday from 12 noon to 1:00 pm. Silent vigil at the Palo Alto corner of El Camino Real and Embarcadero/Galvez outside Town & Country Village shopping center at 855 El Camino Real. Hosted by the Peninsula/Palo Alto branch of WILPF.
Honolulu – Friday from 4:00 to 5:00 pm. Hawaii State Capitol. Hosted by CODEPINK.
Ann Arbor, MI – Friday from 5:00 to 6:00 pm. Federal Building, corner of 5th Ave. and Liberty St, downtown Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor, MI. Hosted by CODEPINK.
SATURDAY ACTIONS, FEBRUARY 5
Kodiak – Saturday from 10:00 to 11:00 am. Post Office Kodiak, AK. Hosted by CODEPINK.
Phoenix – Saturday from 12:00 to 1:00 pm. Rep. Rueben Gallego’s Office: 1601 N 7th St, #310, Phoenix, AZ 85006. Sponsored by Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) & Phoenix Anti War Coalition.
Tucson – Saturday from 12:00 to 1:00 pm. Davis Monthan Air Force Base entrance Golf Links and Craycroft intersection
Bay Area – Saturday at 12 noon, Rally, Grand Lake Theater, Oakland – Fund Education, Healthcare/COVID Relief not War.
Berkeley – Saturday from 2:00 to 3:00 pm. Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park, MLK Jr. Way & Center St., Berkeley, CA.
Los Angeles – Saturday from 3:00 to 4:30 pm. Wilshire Federal Building, 11000 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024.
Santa Cruz – Saturday from 12:00 to 2:00 pm. The Town Clock, Santa Cruz, CA.
Wildwood – Saturday from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon. No War! World Beyond War and Veterans For Peace-Central Florida Chapters. Gold Dome Building, 7375 Powell Rd, Wildwood, FL 34785. Host Contact Info: email@example.com
Atlanta – Saturday at 12:3o PM at Freedom Parkway and Moreland.
Carbondale – Saturday from 12:00 to 2:00 pm. Town Square Pavilion corner of Main and Illinois Ave, Carbondale, IL 62901. Hosted by CODEPINK.
Chicago – Saturday from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. In front of the Art Institute: 111 S. Michigan Avenue.
New Orleans – Saturday at 12:00 noon at Lafayette Square. Organized by CPUSA – Louisiana, DSA – New Orleans, Freedom Road Socialist Party and the Party for Socialism and Liberation.
New Orleans – Saturday at 2 pm. Speak out and leaflet distribution. Broad and Canal St. Workers Voice Socialist Movement. See Facebook event page.
Portland, ME – Saturday, Feb 5 at 3:00 pm. In response to a national call for protests on February 5 against a possible US-UK-NATO war with Russia we will be holding a vigil in the Midcoast. All are invited – please bring appropriate signs that are large enough to be read by cars at a busy intersection. Our spot will be the four corners of the big intersection in Topsham that connects Main St from Brunswick and Hwy 196 near the Topsham mall. Lee Toyota is on the corner. This protest is being supported by Maine Natural Guard, Peace Action Maine, PeaceWorks, WILPF Maine and Maine Veterans for Peace.
Baltimore – Saturday at 12 noon at North Ave. and Charles St. with an optional car caravan. Sponsored by Peoples Power Assembly, Baltimore Peace Action , Ujima Peoples Power Party, Veterans for Peace.
Boston, MA – Saturday at 1:00 pm, Park Street Station, downtown Boston.
Ann Arbor – Saturday from 12:00 to 1:00 pm. Corner of Fourth Ave. and Catherine St. Ann Arbor, MI.
Minneapolis – NO War with Russia! Funds for human needs, not another war! Anti-war protest: Saturday at 11:00 am Mayday Plaza, 301 Cedar Ave South West Bank, Minneapolis. Join a visible anti-war presence to say NO to another war. Neighborhood march will include a stop at the office of U.S. Senator Amy Kobuchar. For more info see: http://antiwarcommittee.org/
Missoula – Saturday from 12:00 to 1:00 pm. South end of the Higgins Street Bridge, Missoula, MT.
New York City – Saturday at 3:00 pm. Gather at Father Duffy Square / intersection of 7th Ave and Broadway, W. 47th St to oppose war in Ukraine.
Setauket – Saturday from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm. Corner of Rt. 25A & Bennetts Road Setauket, NY. Hosted by CODEPINK.
Woodstock, NY – Saturday at 11:00 am at the Woodstock Town Green in opposition to war in Ukraine to make our voices, banners and signs heard and seen.
Asheville – Saturday from 4:00 to 5:30 pm. Pack Square, Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC.
Raleigh, NC – Saturday at 12 noon Federal Bldg 310 New Bern Ave, Raleigh, NC.
Portland – Saturday from 12:00 to 1:00. 911 NE 11th Ave (In front of Senator Wyden’s office) Portland, OR.
Portland – Saturday starting at 11:30 am and will join the action listed above after an hour. At the Hawthorn Fred Meyers, corner of Hawthorn and Ceasar Chavez blvd, Portland Oregon.
Philadelphia – Saturday from 4 to 6 pm. Entrance to Ben Franklin Bridge Philadelphia Side. By Peace, Justice, Sustainability NOW.
Providence – Saturday from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. Rhode Island State House– Mall Side Gaspee St & Francis St, Providence, RI 02903.
Nashville – Saturday from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. Federal Building Broadway & 8th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203.
Dallas – Saturday from 3:00 to 4:00 pm. Grassy Knoll, 411 Elm St Dallas, TX 75202.
San Antonio – Saturday at 4:30pm at New Braunfels Gate of Fort Sam Houston to say No to NATO and US aggression towards Russia! Endorsed by the Party for Socialism and Liberation, ANSWER Coalition, About Face Veterans Against the War South Texas, National Nurses United, Workers World Party, FIRE (Fight for Migrants Everywhere), and Veterans for Peace (San Antonio).
Manchester Center – Saturday from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm Eastern. large roundabout near Langway. Manchester Center, VT 05255. Hosted by CODEPINK.
WDC – Saturday at 2:00 pm in Lafayette Square. Abolish NATO. No war with Russia.
Bothell – Saturday from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. Intersection of Routes 527 & 522, Bothell, WA.
Seattle – Saturday from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. MLK & Rainier Ave. S, Seattle, WA 98144.
Milwaukee, WI – No War with Russia over the Ukraine Rally. Saturday, Noon-1 PM. Capitol and Teutonia, Milwaukee, WI.
Feb. 6 Webinar – Sunday at 12 noon Eastern (US/Canada): US/NATO Aggression at the Russian Border – A conversation between US, Russian and Ukrainian Peace activists. Click here to register
Feb. 6 Salem, OR – Sunday at 5:00 pm. Join Salem Against War and our coalition partners outside the Oregon State Capitol to say “Stop the War with Russia over Ukraine!” 900 Court St NE, Salem, OR 97301. Facebook Page.
Feb. 7 Albany, NY – Monday from 4 – 5 PM vigil, Kenwood and Delaware, Delmar – “No War with Russia.”
Feb. 7, Online – Monday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Spotlight: It’s Time to Make Peace with Iran with Dr. Assal Rad. Hosted by North Texas Peace Advocates. Click here for more information.
Feb. 8, Online – Tuesday at 2:00 pm Eastern. Ukraine – the next NATO war? – No to War No to NATO Network. Click here for more information.
Feb. 8, Hartford, CT – Tuesday at 12:00 noon. Our Peace and Solidarity coalition will hold a demonstration at Senator Blumenthal’s office in downtown Hartford, near the old state house, in protest of the US/NATO war threats against Russia.
Feb. 10, Albuquerque, NM – Thursday at 1:00 pm. No War with Russia Rally in Albuquerque at Fourth and Lomas, sponsored by Veterans For Peace, Chapter 63, Answer, and others.