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[LISTEN] National No to NATO, No to War! Briefing Call with European Allies

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is a dangerous, aggressive and outdated alliance with its roots in the cold war. NATO is an imperial and nuclear force. It’s expansion to Russia’s borders, in violation of an agreement between President Bush and Gorbachev is the primary cause of current U.S.-Russian tensions. Today, US troops and their […]

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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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originally posted here When: Sunday May 20 Rally and March 9AM Where: Rally Grant Park South of the Lincoln Monument at (E. Balbo Ave. and S. Columbus Dr.) We, Afghanistan and Iraq veterans, from around the country will converge in Chicago on May 20th to march to the NATO summit and ceremoniously return our medals to NATO […]

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The 99% vs. War & Injustice: Counter-Summit for Peace and Economic Justice Chicago, May 18 – 19, 2012

In May, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will meet in Chicago to plan continued counter-terrorism war in Afghanistan beyond 2014, increases in military spending, future wars modeled after the disastrous Libyan regime change war, and expansion of the so-called missile defense system. On the eve of the summit, the NATO-Free Future Network for Global […]

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Call to Action: Retire NATO, Create Jobs & Fund Peace – Chicago – 18.-19. May 2012

Sponsored by: Network for a NATO-Free World: Global Peace and Justice* In a land that’s known as freedom How can such a thing be fair Won’t you please come to Chicago For the help that we can bring We can change the world Re-arrange the world It’s dying … to get better Crosby, Stills & […]

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