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Peace Calendar April 30

April 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

Tony Palomba of Watertown Citizens for Peace, Justice & Environment, and Sayre Sheldon of Women’s Action for New Directions, carried posters designed by student art contest winners Dear Friends,  We’ve Been Busy! Massachusetts Peace Action brought some 75 people to New York on Sunday for …

Last night in the State of the Union Address, President Obama asked Congress to give him Fast Track legislation to allow the passage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership and other free trade agreements with very limited debate and no possibility of amendment.  But Fast Track would …

MAPA Update, October 7

October 6, 2014 // 0 Comments

Dear friends, Election Day is just one month away, and Massachusetts’ Raise Up coalition is working hard for YES ON 4 — which will give earned sick time to over 1 million Massachusetts workers that don’t currently have it.  There are 5 ways you can …

Vote Yes on 4: for Earned Sick Time

October 2, 2014 // 0 Comments

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 …

We will not be silent!  Multiple peace groups across Massachusetts are taking action today and in the coming todays to protest the new US war in Syria and Iraq.   Please join one of these actions, or organize your own!   Today – Saturday, Sept …

Please take action! Tell President Obama not to try putting out the fire with gasoline – no U.S. military intervention in Iraq, invest in diplomacy and international cooperation instead. Believe it or not, some are responding to the escalating violence in Iraq with calls for …

Massachusetts Peace Action Statement On Sunday, the people of Crimea voted by a 95+ % margin (more than 80% of voters participated) to re-unite with Russia. Today, Russia formally accepted reunification and peace is in the balance. To resolve profound disagreements over the future of …

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