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The Virus of Sanctions: Flattening the Curve

March 26, 2020 // 0 Comments

The violence of this disease was such that the sick communicated it to the healthy who came near them, just as a fire catches anything dry or oily near it. And it even went further. To speak to or go near the sick brought infection …

Advance #ShutDownMASS, Join Neighborhood Aid Network, and Support Jobs with Justice! First of all we want to make sure that you’re OK. The safety of our members and supporters is the most important thing for Massachusetts Peace Action. If you have any specific concerns or …

Lift the Sanctions Now – Stop Coronavirus

March 23, 2020 // 0 Comments

Lift the Sanctions Now – Stop Coronavirus As the world reels from the COVID-19 pandemic, all nations must work together in the struggle to contain the outbreak. That’s why Massachusetts Peace Action is working with organizations across the state to demand an end to sanctions that hinder …

The Bernie Sanders Campaign is Forging the Way

March 22, 2020 // 0 Comments

by Cole Harrison Whoever eventually wins the Democratic nomination for president, one thing is clear: The towering achievement of the Bernie Sanders campaign is the tectonic shift it has brought about in the political debate in the United States, the vision it has given millions …

Fund Public Health, not Foreign Wars

March 21, 2020 // 0 Comments

by Jonathan King and Rosemary Kean The  coronavirus outbreak and the nation’s lack of preparedness require a major change in national policy, shifting  investment of our tax dollars into public health, and away from prosecuting endless wars abroad. The large Emergency Stimulus Package Congress voted …

Al Johnson of Veterans for Peace and the Bernie Sanders Campaign Al Johnson passed away peacefully on the night of January 1, 2020, surrounded by Cindy, his wife of forty years, close friends and loved ones. Pat Scanlon, former Veterans for Peace/Smedley Butler Brigade chapter …

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