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"Still I Rise" -- Hands Up!

world can't wait | July 13, 2016

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Flier: The Reality of Targeted Killing by Armed Drones

World Can't Wait | March 17, 2016
 
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January 2016: Close Guantanamo Now!

World Can't Wait | January 5, 2016

IN 2002, the Bush regime set up a primitive prison camp at the U.S. military base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Over six years they held 776 men there without charges, using what they called “enhanced interrogation” and the rest of the world calls “torture.” Bush called these men “the worst of the worst,” though most had been turned in for $5,000 cash bounties the U.S. paid, and had no connection to attacks on the U.S. An international outcry brought about the release of more than 500 of the prisoners.

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Flier: Stop The Air Strikes and Targeted Killings NOW!

World Can't Wait | December 17, 2015

Stop The Air Strikes and Targeted Killings NOW!

The devastating events in Paris that have left 129 people dead are a horror. Ordinary people massacred while simply living their daily lives.

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Flier: Tear Down Guantanamo End Indefinite Detention

World Can't Wait | September 1, 2015

The closure of Guantanamo Bay Prison Camp can’t wait. The abomination of US torture must not only end; the rationale of “exceptionalism” — that American lives are worth more than others — must be repudiated. In no case should the practice of preemptive imprisonment be condoned, or worse, exported to another jurisdiction.

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Giant Posters to Protest Torture & John Yoo

Click the slogan below to download a PDF file to your computer. The PDF is a sliced image of the 48" x 36" poster sliced into 8.5" x 11" pieces. After you print out the pages, you can cut the edges off and tape them together. Use a large posterboard to make it extra sturdy.

Someone isn't excused from criminal liability just because they work for the federal government

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Flier: No More U.S. War on Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Yemen...

World Can't Wait | March 11, 2015

12 Years Since the “Shock & Awe” Invasion of Iraq:
Stop the Endless War!

U.S. bombings, economic strangulation through sanctions, and occupation of Iraq for 24 years are responsible for uncounted deaths – possibly over 1 million – leaving a third of the population displaced, in need of emergency aid or dead. The U.S. began bombing Iraq again the summer of 2014, and then Syria, based on the lie that Islamic State groups represent an immediate threat to the U.S.

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Why We Protest Police Murder in the U.S — A Call to Support #ShutDownA14

World Can't Wait | April 8, 2015

April 14 Stop Police MurderOne may think that police murder of unarmed civilians, particularly people of color, in the U.S. has no connection to the wars perpetrated by the U.S. government across the globe, but there are striking parallels.

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Giant Posters: No War on Iraq or Syria

Updated March 16, 2015

Stop Endless WarGet visible in your resistance to US plans to attack Iraq, and the bombs that they're dropping on Syria. Download PDFs to print giant posters at home. How it works:

Click the slogan below to download a PDF file to your computer. The PDF is a sliced image of the 48" x 36" poster sliced into 8.5" x 11" pieces. After you print out the pages, you can cut the edges off and tape them together. Use a large posterboard to make it extra sturdy.

 

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American Sniper Flier: No One Should Fight in Aggressive Wars

World Can't Wait | February 13, 2015

American Sniper flier: U.S. War on the World is Wrong | No One Should Fight in Aggressive WarsDistribute this flier to people far and wide - whether they're going to see American Sniper or not.

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No One Should Fight in Aggressive Wars

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Stolen Lives: Names of Those Killed by Police

World Can't Wait | December 11, 2014

Someone is killed by the police every 28 hours. These are just a few of the names we know about. Print out these names and bring them with when you protest - we won't forget them.

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We Can't Breathe Stickers & Posters

December 8, 2014

Stop Killing Us - FergusonStickers and posters to spread the message: we can't breathe until we stop our government from killing black and brown people here and around the world.

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Posters to Stop Police Brutality & Mass Incarceration in the U.S. and Around the World

World Can't Wait | October 18, 2014

Click the slogan below to download a PDF file to your computer. The PDF is a sliced image of the 48" x 36" poster sliced into 8.5" x 11" pieces. After you print out the pages, you can cut the edges off and tape them together. Use a large posterboard to make it extra sturdy.

Arrest Darren Wilson

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Giant Posters for Climate Crisis Marches: Stop the Crimes Against the Planet

Click the slogan below to download a PDF file to your computer. The PDF is a sliced image of the 48" x 36" poster sliced into 8.5" x 11" pieces. After you print out the pages, you can cut the edges off and tape them together. Use a large posterboard to make it extra sturdy.

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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.