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Sign to Support the Treaty of Tlatelolco, Nuclear Free Zone!

Just yesterday, UFPJ’s co-convener Jackie Cabasso traveled to Mexico City on a mission for peace and to further the cause of nuclear abolition. She is joining with representatives from around the globe and the Foreign Ministers of the Latin American and Caribbean States to celebrate the 1967 Treaty of Tlatelolco. If you don’t know about […]

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The Fight to Stop DAPL isn’t Over. It’s ON!

Just a few days ago the Trump Administration and the Army moved to approve the easement for Energy Transfer Partners to drill under Lake Oahe on the Missouri River and build the Dakota Access Pipeline through Native land at Standing Rock, despite threats to the environment and the likely contamination of drinking water for millions […]

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Sign Petition to Stop Arming Terrorists

United for Peace and Justice has joined with the U.S. Peace Council, Veterans for Peace and several other national peace organizations to initiate a public campaign in support of Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard’s (D-Hawaii) STOP ARMING TERRORISTS ACT (H.R. 608), which she originally introduced to the Congress on December 8, 2016. Please sign the petition urging […]

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Mobilize Your Network to Join a #NoMuslimBan Protest Today!

American’s are outraged at the illegality and the incompetence that the Trump Administration has presented to the public since his first day in the White House. Many of us have been out in the streets more than a few times in the last week to let Donald Trump know that he does not speak for […]

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Present & Accounted for On Day One of Trump Madness

We’re just back from an inspiring weekend and we have no intention of slowing down. United for Peace & Justice had a very productive and motivating four days in Washington DC, January 19-22.   Here’s just some of what happened: UFPJ Co-Chair, Jackie Cabasso, spoke at the Antiwar/Antinuke rally on Thursday in Franklin Square Park. […]

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Take Action to Stop Endless War at the Inauguration

Join the many actions to resist the many -isms that define Trump and to a US foreign policy that wages war for profit, no matter who is in the White House. Please RSVP for the event on Facebook and fill out the form  for up to the minute announcements of what United for Peace and Justice […]

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Challenging Trumpism, Wars and Militarism | Post-Inauguration Conference

After the Inauguration: Rest Your Feet, Feed Your Head, Stoke Your Fire! A free conference at American University’s Kay Spiritual Life Center SUNDAY – JANUARY 22:  1:00 – 5:00 p.m. Please join United for Peace and Justice, our allies, and alumi. Featured speakers include Phyllis Bennis, Michael McPhearson, Judith LeBlanc, John Feffer, Alli McCracken, Matt […]

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Confronting Islamophobia and Defending Human Rights Under ANY President

Dear UFPJ Activist, You appreciate that America’s strength lies in our diversity and that is why UFPJ organized our new Confronting Islamophobia Working Group. The group brings together Muslim-American activists, labor organizers, anti-violence trainers, and community organizers who are developing tools and programs to organize against violence and hate crimes directed against Muslims and Muslim […]

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Standing Up to Nuclear Threats is Our Job

Last week, the majority of the world’s nations voted in the UN General Assembly to conduct negotiations in 2017 on a treaty to outlaw nuclear weapons, an historic development. Nuclear-armed nations: the U.S., Russia, Britain and France vociferously opposed the resolution, and all indications are that the nuclear weapon states will not participate in the […]

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In Solidarity & Action: UFPJ’s 2016 Annual Report

As 2016 ends, UFPJ looks back on a year of educating, organizing and protest that included our presence at Standing Rock, participation in the Iraq Tribunal, challenging weapons sales to the Saudi government, protesting both presidential candidates, raising the alarm about the growing danger of wars among nuclear-armed states, and promoting the Global Days of […]

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