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St. Louis, MO. Veterans For Peace, a national organization made up of military veterans and military members, released a statement in support of Colin Kaepernick.
What: Speak-out to Stop Endless U.S. Wars
When: Wednesday July 27 4:00 pm
Where: 420 Chestnut Street, south side of plaza, Philadelphia
Daily Anti-War Truth Displays and a Wednesday Speak-Out Will Expose And Oppose Endless War
For Immediate Release
July 19, 2016
Protesters will be in the streets of Philadelphia during the Democratic National Convention with the message that, “no one seeking the position of Commander in Chief will stop the war on terror or end the culture of violence, bigotry and hatred that this has given rise to. The change we need is not on the ballot.”
The U.S. drone war program will be examined on Wednesday, March 30, 2016 at 6 pm at a symposium at the University of Nevada Las Vegas School of Law entitled: “Inside Drone Warfare: Perspectives of Whistleblowers, Families of Drone Victims and Their Lawyers.”
Say No to Endless War: Iraq, Syria, Libya, Afghanistan
Saturday, March 19, 2016
1:00 pm Gather
Mayday Plaza • Cedar Ave & 3rd Street
West Bank, Minneapolis
1:30 Neighborhood march, which will conclude at the starting point.
With only a year to go in his presidency, Barack Obama has not met one of his first promises, to close Guantanamo.
14 years of an illegitimate torture camp begun by the Bush regime and continued by the Obama administration will be marked over the next three days in protest actions around the U.S.
DePaul University students, faculty and alumni invite media to a press conference on Thursday, October 1st, 2015 in conjunction with critically acclaimed academics Dr. Frank Summers and M. Cherif Bassiouni to demand removal of Gerald P. Koocher from his position of Dean of the College of Science and Health. The press conference will take place at 9:00 AM at DePaul University’s Lincoln Park Student Center located at 2400 N. Sheffield Avenue (SW corner), Chicago, IL 60614.
Four days of anti-war events in Washington, D.C., and actions from San Francisco to New York City will protest the 2003 “shock & awe” U.S. invasion of Iraq.
On 13th Anniversary of Torture Camp
Actions January 8-15 Call for Immediate Guantanamo Closure
As the Senate's Torture Report has revealed torture in U.S. “black sites” and particularly in its off-shore prison in Guatanamo Bay, advocates for peoples' rights from the legal, religious, medical and campus communities are speaking out this month.
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