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U.S. Conference of Mayors Adopts Bold Resolution on Nuclear Disarmament A First Candle for Martin Luther King's Birthday
"The resolution “calls on the President and Congress to reduce nuclear weapons spending . . . and to redirect those funds to meet the urgent needs of cities.”" "There had never been a town-wide celebration of the Martin Luther King Holiday. Joined by mutual concern, these women felt that the day should be celebrated. They spent months planning, arranging for speakers and musicians, and exploring community resources. "
Historic March to Protect our Planet (USA) A Man and A Dog Walk for Peace-A Journey of Hope and Inspiration
" bring 100,000 people to New York City and show our strong support for curbing the worst effects of climate disruption" "I felt rejuvenated with the hope that individuals can make a difference in building a more peaceful world."
Inaugural Professor for Peace at UMass Amherst(US) Students for a Free Palestine
"Professor Vinthagen will teach, meet with activists from around the globe and convene gatherings in Amherst " "Going to a university in which one third of the students are Jewish, it is difficult to lead an organization entitled Students for a Free Palestine."
First Native American Woman Becomes Federal Judge Anti-War Events in All 50 States
"As the only Native American in active service on the federal bench, Diane provides much-needed expertise on the complexities of federal law and Indian sovereignty " "a real growth in anti-war sentiment and organizing in many conservative areas of the country"
American Public Health Experts Identify Militarism As Threat Who Will Disarm America?
"Public health . . . provides a common ground around which many disciplines are willing to come together to form alliances for the prevention of war " "Kao and other students are part of a coalition to demilitarize the University of California and demand that the UC Regents uphold international law and actively work to disarm the weapons labs."
The Nonviolence Handbook: A book review The United Nations Department of Public Information Opens Its 2012 Briefing Season with Culture of Peace!
"Nagler looks helpfully at successes, failures, and partial successes to draw out the lessons we need moving forward " "Amplifying the Unseen and Unheard Voices of Peace "
Harvard Joins Principles for Responsible Investment For When the Rain Stops...
"Sustainable investment is one of the world’s fastest-growing investment trends " "my colleagues and I have been working on a leadership initiative called Leadership 21st Century"
Another Pulitzer for reporting classified info Fahrenheit 9/11
"much of what the government has classified in the name of safeguarding national security has been, in fact, improperly kept secret to avoid embarrassment, to shield activities that would not have been tolerated by the public, and/or to avoid uncomfortable public debate " "The film puts together remarkable footage from the most controversial events of our time, beginning with the Congressional debate (or should one say "lack of debate") following the 2000 election and going through the war in Iraq."
Medea Benjamin to Receive 2014 Gandhi Peace Award (United States) What can we do?
"Her latest book is Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control, and she has been campaigning to stop the use of killer drones " "We need, in fact, to talk to everyone who we meet, actually engage on a human level with those who we encounter as we make it through our day."
Anglicans reflect on impact of TRC events (Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada) Peace Flyer
"TRC events have had the effect of “raising consciousness and healing of all people, especially the survivors " "I am a member of the newly forming peace coalition made up of about thirty high school students at Trinity high school in Louisville, Kentucky. "
Progressives Mourn Passing of Author and Activist Jonathan Schell A Life Free of Violence Is Our Right!
"an activist who focused on nonviolent struggles, human rights, and ending the injustice associated with foreign wars abroad and assaults on liberty at home " "In the past ten years UNIFEM has made great strides with the help of the UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women, and to bring this issue to the table of the international community."
USA: War College says Courage to Resist impedes recruiting Eighth-grader crosses California to Conduct Research on Eleanor Roosevelt
"people seem convinced that it’s the poor who are always sent to fight the rich man’s war " "I chose Eleanor Roosevelt because of her work in the United Nations and her role as first lady, and how she stood out against segregation and women's rights."
Big Win for Species at Risk (Canada) Montana Musician Sings about Peace and Justice for a Global Audience
"Sierra Club BC is celebrating this week after winning in court against the federal government over its failure to protect endangered species. " "Internet is increasingly providing a way for musicians to bypass the corporate blockade and come into direct contact with listeners"
Frédéric Back, Director of "The Man Who Planted Trees" New York Poets for Peace Ready to Take Their Show on Road
"politically engaged art is both possible and worthwhile " "we read poems that promote peace. About 2/5ths are our own, the rest our favorites from the long and honorable history of anti-war poetry, from Wilfred Owen, Paul Celan and e.e. cummings to Yusef Komunyakaa, Paley, Espada, and Vietnamese poet Nguyen Quang Thieu. "
Breaking Ground: New Report from the Nobel Women’s Initiative (Canada) High School Intifada
"Women are frustrated that very real concerns about potential oils spills, their families health and well-being—as well as climate change—are being ignored. So they are organizing and demanding to be heard " "My friends and I decided to ignore what we perceived to be an unjust rule, and we made hundreds of flyers ... setting off a process that would eventually involve the entire school."