Press Releases


Protesters To Meet Obama at SF Fundraiser

No More War on Iraq, Stop Bombing Syria
U.S. Out of the Middle East

Emergency Protest Demonstration
Friday October 10: 3:30 PM into evening
At Obama’s Speech at the Democratic Party Fundraiser
3rd Street at Mission (outside the W HOTEL, 3rd and Howard)
San Francisco


Carl Dix Refutes Charges the Protesters in Ferguson are "Criminals"

For immediate release
August 19, 2014
Contact in Ferguson: Travis Morales (713) 240-3192

Carl Dix, Arrested in Ferguson, Called “Outside Criminal Element,” Says Systematic Police Brutality & Murder is Criminal, Not Peoples' Protest

There are no 'outsiders' in the struggle for justice and liberation,” said Carl Dix on his release from St. Louis County Jail this morning.


May 28 Protests Against US Drone War Planned as President Obama Addresses West Point Graduates

Press Advisory | May 23, 2014

President Obama will speak at commencement for the US Military Academy at West Point on Wednesday May 28.

Anti-war protesters displaying model drones and photos of known victims of the US military and secret CIA targeted assignation program will greet family and friends of the graduates as they enter West Point gates at 7 am. The protest will extend to 9:30 am; graduation ceremonies begin at 10:00 am.


“Spring Days” of Action Aim at Proliferation of Weaponized Drones and Surveillance; U.S. Targeted Killing Programs

March 20, 2014

Contact: Nick Mottern
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(914) 806-6179

“SPRING DAYS OF DRONE ACTION - 2014”, a series of grassroots events organized internationally in April and May aimed not only at stopping current drone attacks but also the spread of weaponized drones and drone surveillance, will begin with:


Close Guantanamo NOW Proponents Plan US Speaking Tour January 9-17

Press Advisory
January 2, 2014

Guantanamo Bay Prison at 12 Years
Close Guantanamo NOW Proponents Plan US Speaking Tour January 9-17

What: Public lectures/panels by opponents of the US prison in Guantanamo Bay
When: January 9-17
Where:  Campus and community events in New York City; Washington, D.C; Palo Alto, Berkeley, San Francisco, Pomona, Los Angeles and Orange County, CA



World Can't Wait mobilizes people living in the United States to stand up and stop war on the world, repression and torture carried out by the US government. We take action, regardless of which political party holds power, to expose the crimes of our government, from war crimes to systematic mass incarceration, and to put humanity and the planet first.