Cooperatives And Peace: A Report On Cooperatives’ Contributions To Peacebuilding And Conflict Resolution

By Staff, -

Presenting practical examples, the report looks at cooperatives contributing to the empowerment of minority groups affected by conflict, providing decent work and sustainable development in [...]

Why We Need To Understand U.S. Imperialism

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

The United States has been at war or involved in military aggression for all but a few years since its founding. This is not surprising when we understand that the US is the largest empire in the [...]

Women’s March On The Pentagon Helps Rebuild Peace Movement

By Staff, Sputnik News -

A massive antiwar rally started on Sunday in national capitals’ closest suburb, a Sputnik correspondent reported. Hundreds of people participate in Women’s March on Pentagon rally to voice [...]

All Wars Are Illegal, So What Do We Do About It?

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance. -

Every war being fought today is illegal. Every action taken to carry out these wars is a war crime. In 1928, the Kellogg-Briand Pact or Pact of Paris was signed and ratified by the United [...]

Military Parade Cancelled, How Does Peace Movement Build On This Victory?

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

This week, the Trump military parade, planned for November 10, was canceled for 2018. In February, a coalition of groups went public, announcing we would organize to stop the military parade and, [...]

Peace Activists Gather In Brussels To Say No To War – No To NATO

By Pat Elder, -

The weekend of July 7th and 8th witnessed the European peace movement come together in Brussels, Belgium to send a clear message to the world community, “No to war – No to NATO!” The mass [...]

Reflections On A Revolutionary Among Us

By Tom Hall, -

On this holiday in which we celebrate independence and the courage of our revolutionary heroes, a word about a different kind of revolutionary, and her exercise of the free speech and religious [...]

Reportback On Spring Anti-War Actions

By Jeff Mackler, Socialist Action. -

Antiwar and social justice activists mobilized for the April 14 and 15 spring regional protests across the U.S. to demand an end to “U.S. Wars at Home and Abroad.” The broadly sponsored and [...]

From PyeongChang To Lasting Peace

By Hyun Lee, -

Sometimes, art can point to answers that the stuffy logic of policy wonks cannot. Those who have truly felt, even for a passing moment, the pain of seventy years of artificial national division, [...]

The Peace Movement Is As Vital As Ever

By Staff, -

By Staff of Morning Star - “I WANT to find out why we’ve been there for 17 years,” US President Donald Trump reportedly raged following news of more murder and mayhem in Afghanistan. “We aren’t [...]

15,000 At Glastonbury Set Record For Biggest Human Peace Sign

By Hannah Ellis-Petersen, -

By Hannah Ellis-Petersen for The Guardian - About 15,000 people gathered at Glastonbury’s monumental stone circle on Thursday to set a new record for making the world’s biggest human peace sign. [...]

Margaret Sarfehjooy, Prominent Minnesota Peace Activist, Remembered

By Sarah Martin, -

By Sarah Martin for Fight Back! News - Minneapolis, MN - Margaret Sarfehjooy, a tireless, fearless and greatly respected anti-war activist, died suddenly and unexpectedly on April 28. She was a [...]

To Prevent Or Stop Wars: What Can Peace Movements Do?

By René Wadlow, -

By René Wadlow for TRANSCEND Media Service - 1 May 2017 – Christine Schweitzer, the current chair of the War Resisters’ International and very involved with the Balkans Peace Team during the [...]

Where Is The Peace Movement When We Really Need It?

By Ethan Young, -

By Ethan Young for The Indypendent - We now live under a regime that sees catastrophic war moves as a handy distraction from its endless failures. The boundaries between the executive branch, [...]

Obituary: Minneapolis Pacifist Went To Prison Three Times Opposing War

By Randy Furst, -

By Randy Furst for the Star Tribune. In the early 1950s, during the onset of the Korean War, he and his brothers Joel, Paul and Sid refused to register for the draft and were convicted in federal [...]

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