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Rally: No War with Syria

Saturday, September 7, 2013, 1:00 pm Park Street Station, Boston A US attack on Syria would be a dangerous escalation of the Syrian conflict and only create more destruction and loss of life.   US military intervention could possibly spiral into a major regional war including […]

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MFSO, Presente!

The peace movement has lost one of the tallest trees in the forest.  The loss of Military Families Speak Out so soon after the memorial service for its co-founder Charley Richardson is a reminder that our movement and our organizations are only human and that change […]

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Syria and the Peace Movement

On Sunday, June 30, Phyllis Bennis of Institute for Policy Studies and Michael McPhearson of United for Peace and Justice met with Boston area peace activists to discuss the situation in Syria and what we can do. Phyllis Bennis began by saying she had come […]

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America after hegemony

The peace movement needs to make it clear not only what we are against, but what we are for. With the Iraq war fading into memory even as the country still simmers, the U.S. peace movement faces the need to reframe its message. We have […]