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TESTIFY! People’s Tribunal on the Iraq War, Dec. 1-2

UFPJ is asking our activists and member groups to submit testimony on the People’s Tribunal on the Iraq War. After 14 years of costly war based on lies, it’s time for truth and accountability. The People’s Tribunal on the Iraq War will unify the global anti-war/peace movements with other justice movements by uplifting testimonies of […]

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Nov. 15: Stand with Standing Rock in Your Community! #NoDAPL

UFPJ is on-the-ground at Standing Rock and reaching out to our activists around the country to participate in solidarity actions on November 15, 2016. Indigenous leaders are calling on us to take to the streets and disrupt “business-as-usual” one week after the election to demand that President Obama’s Army Corps of Engineers and the incoming […]

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Election Worries? PEACE PLEDGE to Keep War Out of the White House!

Dear Peace Ally, I want to let you know about the exciting new “Peace Pledge” campaign that United for Peace and Justice is launching.  The pledge is a commitment to take action for peace and justice up to and beyond the 2016 U.S. elections and it’s ready for you to sign right now. As the mother […]

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ACTION & EVENT | Art Build for Peace Rally at First Presidential Debate at Hofstra

While the Presidential candidates advocate for reckless, endless military expansion and military spending, we’ll be building a peace zone to demand diplomacy and accountability in U.S. foreign policy. Please join Peace Action for an art build for a peace rally at Hofstra University immediately before the first Presidential debate! The art build for the rally […]

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Take Action Against NATO, July 8-10!

No to NATO! No to War! Global Call for Peace Movement Action, July 8-10 (During the NATO Counter-Summit in Warsaw) Demonstration at the Army Recruiting Center, Times Square, NYC, Saturday, July 9, 2PM Click here to see the call for international action from June 8-10  Click here for more info on the July 9 demonstration […]

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Report Back: UFPJ Tackles Forever War & Nuclear/NATO Threat at Left Forum 2016 (Video)

Exactly one month ago, United for Peace and Justice participated in the Left Forum 2016 in New York City. The Left Forum is one of the largest gatherings of radicals and leftists in the United States, with thousands of participants and hundreds of workshops, panels, and plenaries. Last year, the UFPJ coordinating committee decided to […]

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CODEPINK Saudi Summit Success [Video Uploaded]

From March 5-6 over 250 activists from around the country converged in Washington DC to participate in an historic event on the US-Saudi relationship and how those ties threaten world peace. United for Peace and Justice co-sponsored of the event and had several members of our leadership there to engage and support the efforts. What […]

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UFPJ Endorses “Democracy Awakening” (April 16-18) & Your Group Should Too

Join us April 16-18 as we demand a democracy in which voting rights are protected and the integrity of the vote is not undermined by big money. Democracy Awakening is a broad coalition of organizations representing the labor, peace, environmental, student, racial justice, civil rights and money in politics reform movements. We share a firm […]

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#ReclaimMLK: Take action this weekend!

The Ferguson Action Team, part of the Movement for Black Lives, is calling on communities around the country to take action this weekend to reclaim the true legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the civil rights movement he was part of.United for Peace and Justice stands in solidarity with this movement to honor […]

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UFPJ’s 2015 Annual Report

2015 was action filled, with a variety of movements taking to the streets in response to issues including the deaths of African-American men at the hands of the police, militarization of the police, climate change, nuclear weapons, war, and rising Islamophobia. UFPJ’s calls to action reflected our long-standing belief that we must link the wars […]

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