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  • Dr. Eyad el Sarraj with Noam Chomsky

    Instilling Hope in Gaza: The Legacy of Dr. Eyad el Sarraj

     The Gaza Mental Health Foundation presents: A Memorial Tribute   Featuring: NOAM CHOMSKY, Professor Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology JESS GHANNAM, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Global Health Sciences at the University of California at San Francisco SARA ROY, Senior Research Scholar, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University …

  • Victor Rosenbaum playing

    Music for Peace: Beethoven Solo Piano Recital

    Kicking off our 2014-15 Music for Peace concert series, pianist Victor Rosenbaum, in his only Boston area solo recital this season, will present an All-Beethoven Recital, including the “Pathétique” and “Waldstein” sonatas; the Sonata in A-flat Major, Opus 26; and Six Bagatelles, Opus 126. Benefits Massachusetts Peace …

  • RaiseUp Massachusetts

    Vote Yes on 4 for Earned Sick Time!

    MASSACHUSETTS PEACE ACTION SAYS VOTE YES ON 4 ON NOVEMBER 4 One Million Massachusetts Workers need the Ability to Earn Paid Sick Time! On November 4, Massachusetts Voters can vote Yes on 4 to allow workers to take sick time without losing their jobs. With …

  • Obama and Xi Jinping

    Understanding China & U.S.-Chinese Relations: A Key to World Politics

    With Prof. Robert Ross and Duncan McFarland “Competitive Interdependence” defines U.S.-Chinese relations. The Pentagon has identified China as is primary “near-peer” competitor in the 21st century, and even as the two powers share many interests (economic, climate, Islamist challenges and more,) the two nations are …

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    A Foreign Policy for All

    Re-Thinking U.S. Foreign Policy for the 21st Century A One Day Conference Confirmed Speakers Noam Chomsky, MIT Institute Professor, author, Profit Over People: Neoliberalism and Global Order Bill Fletcher, former president, Trans Africa Forum; ; author, They’re Bankrupting Us! And 20 other Myths about Unions …

Our Mission

Massachusetts Peace Action is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization working to develop the sustained political power to foster a more just and peaceful U.S. foreign policy.

Through grassroots organizing, policy advocacy and community education, we promote human rights and global cooperation, seek an end to war and the spread of nuclear weapons, and support budget priorities that re-direct excessive military spending to meeting human and environmental needs in our communities. 

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