The Boston Globe‘s investigative report on the Massachusetts military bond bill, “State Pushes to Keep Mass. Military Bases Open“, quotes Massachusetts Peace Action’s executive director Cole Harrison as the key spokesperson against the bill. The legislation, proposed and signed by Gov. Deval Patrick, created a […]
A Statement from the Conference “Pivoting for Peace in Asia/Pacific: Confronting U.S. Militarism and Corporate Dominance“, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 19, 2014 President Obama travels to East Asia this week to reinforce his administration’s military pivot to Asia and the Pacific and to rescue the faltering Trans-Pacific […]
In the lead-up to the 2014 Massachusetts Gubernatorial elections, Massachusetts Peace Action sent out a ‘Peace Voter’ questionnaire to each of the candidates. We reached out to the five democratic candidates: Joe Avellone, Donald Berwick, Martha Coakley, Steve Grossman, and Juliette Kayyem. We also reached […]
Activists and organizers from around the Commonwealth convened in Boston Saturday for a Tax Day rally and forum in support of the Budget for All. The theme of the day was, “We pay our taxes. Are we getting what we need?” The day featured a broad […]
“Nonviolent Action: The Teachers of Norway” will include an oratorio celebrating nonviolent action against oppression, followed by a panel discussion with Dr. Gene Sharp, Dr. Severyn Bruyn, Mr. Patrick Scanlon, Dr. John Michalcyzk, and Dr. Lorenz Reibling. TONIGHT, Wednesday, April 9, 7pm at Trinity Chapel, Boston […]
Ssupporters of a progressive budget are gathering to make a powerful statement in connection with Tax Day: We Pay our Taxes — Are we getting what we need? The main event will be Saturday, April 12, 2pm at Emmanuel Church, Boston, with a pre-rally at 12:30 around the corner […]
Watch the video below to see the coverage of the Peace Parade and MAPA director Cole Harrison in an interview.