By Vinh-Doan T., SJPJC Intern On Friday, March 19th, we held our first End Wars! Discussion Panel on Zoom featuring Tiny (aka Lisa Gray-Garcia), poverty scholar and co-founder of POOR Magazine, Sameena Usman, Senior Government Relations Consultant for the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, and Khalilah Ramirez, creator of […]
Great videos created by an amazing community network of groups. Enjoy these four videos that discuss the need to Protest War, Support Peace, and Create Justice.
Join us for our End Forever Wars Panel Discussion on Friday, March 19th, from 6:30 to 8 PM. Protest War, Support Peace, Create Justice!!
We will be at the Peace Corner (Stevens Creek and Winchester Blvds ) on Saturday March 20, at noon. Make your own signs or use ours! We’ll be masked and stretched out, socially distant along the sidewalks. Here are our demands and ways to get involved: End Forever Wars The 20-year war in Afghanistan is […]
The extent and deadly consequences of the US “war on terror’ has been revealed in graphics and interactive maps published in USA Today. Based on data provided by The Costs of War project and the Defense Department, the maps show that the US conducted counter-terrorism operations in 85 countries just in the last three years. George […]
On March 20 2003, the US launched the criminal invasion and occupation of Iraq. Eighteen years after that invasion, with many hundreds of thousands dead and trillions of dollars spent, the US war machine continues and expands its deadly presence in the Middle East and other regions of the world. At the same time the […]
Joining #43, #44, and #45 in prolonging US forever wars, #46 Joe Biden bombed Syria on February 25. The US strike on Syria was carried out without the authorization of Congress and was illegal under national and international law. As Rep. Ro Khanna stated, “We need to work to extricate from the Middle East, not […]
$2 billion a day. $23 million an hour. $23,000 a second. That’s the amount that the US “forever wars” are gobbling up from our national budget. According to the National Priorities Project, military spending accounted for more than 53% percent of the federal discretionary budget.
On March 20 2003, the US launched the criminal invasion and occupation of Iraq. Since late 2001, peace activists in the South Bay had been organizing to protest the drive to war by the Bush administration and to counter the lies that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. We held vigils at the Federal Building […]