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  UFPJ supports the following call-to-action as part of the Peace and Planet network. Please make a generous donation to UFPJ today so that we can continue our work for peace and strengthening our network at this difficult time. Post your local Dec. 1oth action on our calendar, here.   We are all the victims […]

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AUDIO: Listen to the National Peace Conference Call on Syria with Phyllis Bennis

Listen to the audio recording of our call from the evening of Monday, November 16, 2015 Join PDAmerica, PDAction, and United for Peace and Justice(UFPJ) for a fantastic call with special guest Phyllis Bennis. Phyllis Bennis is a fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies, where she focuses on Middle East and US war issues. She […]

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Tragedies and War Crimes Never Ending

Events this week have tragically underscored the need for peace and justice activists across the country to work together, share resources, and develop strategies to end the senseless and immoral acts of war that are occurring around our world. UFPJ responded to the horrific U.S. bombing of the Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan – […]

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VIDEO: UFPJ Talks Peace Movement Solidarity with Our Friend Jeremy Corbyn

One year ago, Jeremy Corbyn’s name was unlikely to ring a bell to even a world-news-thirsty North American. That said this British Member of Parliament has been no stranger to UFPJ and the international movement for peace and justice. Corbyn has established a name for himself as being one of, if not the most progressive […]

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War on ISIS? Oppose US Military Intervention in Syria

  Join a Nat’l Conference Call on Syria w/ Phyllis Bennis – Mon., 11/16 End War & Occupations Conference Call Call Date: Monday, November 16th, 2015 Call Time: 6:00 PM PT, 7:00 PM MT, 8:00 PM CT, 9:00 PM ET Conference Call Number: (605) 562-3140 Access Code: 952870# Backup Dial-in Numbers: (951) 262-7373 or (805) […]

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We, the People, Silent No More

The global situation is careening out of control. Our President, who stated in his 2013 inaugural address that “a decade of war is now ending”, has authorized the bombing of 7 countries (most with which we are not at war):  Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Syria, Somalia and Libya. The U.S. is currently sparring with Russia […]

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Jackie Cabasso of UFPJ speaks at Press Conference with Code Pink and Congress Woman Barbara Lee's office

UFPJ Opposes New Request for Authorization for Use of Military Force

On February 17, 2015, Code Pink organized a press conference at the Oakland, California Federal Building, calling for opposition to a new Authorization for the Use of Military Force and the end to endless war in the Middle East and beyond. Speakers included WSLF executive director Jackie Cabasso, who also spoke on behalf of United […]

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Leslie Cagan, Peace Activist & Co-founder UFPJ

Leslie Cagan: Take Action NOW, Prevent US Military Disaster in Syria

If you’ve seen or heard the news any time in the last 24 hours you know the dynamics around a possible military strike by the U.S. against Syria are in flux. There are important developments within the international community, developments which might lead to a diplomatic resolution of this crisis. But there is no certainty […]

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Check for Stop U.S. Attack on Syria Rallies in Your Area

Here’s a list of Actions around the country that are taking place this week to oppose a US strike against Syria. To add your action click here.   ARIZONA Flagstaff, AZ Tue. Sept 3, 4 pm Flagstaf City Hall Lawn Tucson, AZ Friday, Sep 13, 5:00pm See FB event for details Contact: https://www.facebook.com/events/670210282990459/?ref=3 CALIFORNIA Costa […]

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Act Now to Stop U.S. War with Syria

Once again the President is leading a rush into war. He is demanding Congress give him speedy authorization to launch attacks, on Syria this time, to punish and deter chemical weapons use.  Once again, the case for going to war is sketchy, and the U.S. government is short-circuiting United Nations inspections that might provide answers. […]

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