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The Response to Sept. 11 & War on Terror

Many peace activists feel isolated because peace activities are not reported in mainstream media. In one effort to help to correct this, the WRL has set up this page to post events from around the country that have happened, will happen, or are happening on a continuous basis. If you know of such an event, please submit the form at the bottom of this page, or call (212-228-0450), fax (212-228-6193), e-mail (nowar@warresisters.org) us.

Note, these events are listed as a public service and are not necessarily endorsed by the War Resisters League.



Upcoming Actions with Specific Dates
Ongoing Actions
Past Actions
Past World Wide Mobilizations
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Upcoming Actions with Dates

April 19, 2003, Lancaster, PA — Walk, 9 am - 3 pm, begin at old courthouse steps at 50 E. King St and walk throughout downtown, ending at a local park 2 blocks from where we started; Lancaster Peace Coalition, 717-295-0239, buddahchild104@yahoo.com, www.lancasteraction.net

April 16, 2003, Nationwide — School Walkout Against the War, 10 am; Iraq War Walkout, www.iraqwarwalkout.org

Apr. 15, 2003, New York City — Protest Military Spending, IRS (110 W. 44th St., just west of Sixth Ave.), noon to 2 pm; Brooklyn-Manhattan WRL, ruthbenn@yahoo.com

Apr. 12, 2003, Philadelphia, PA — Rally, noon, Love Park; The Axis of Peace, www.AxisOfPeace.tk

Apr. 12, 2003, Lancaster, PA — Silent Vigil, 9 am - 3 pm, King & Queen intersection, Penn Square; Lancaster Peace Coalition & Friends Meeting, 717-295-0239, buddahchild104@yahoo.com, www.lancasteraction.net

Apr. 12, 2003, Washington, DC — March and Rally, gather at noon at the Washington Monument (Constitution Ave. between 15th and 17th Sts. NW), march to White House; International ANSWER, 212-633-6646, www.internationalanswer.org

Apr. 7, 2003, New York City — Civil Disobedience Against War Profiteers, morning rush hour, offices of the Carlyle Group, 58th St & Fifth Ave; M27 Coalition, brad@M27coalition.org, M27coalition.org

Apr. 5, 2003, Washington, DC — Festival of Peace and Nonviolence, 1 pm to 7 pm, Washington Monument; Campus Antiwar Network (CAN), 202-242-1722, festivalofpeace-owner@yahoogroups.com, http://www.antiwarnetwork.org

Apr. 5, 2003, Atlanta, GA — National Mobilization on the 35th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; 646-473-8935, www.unitedforpeace.org/

Ongoing Actions


Geneva, Switzerland — Anti-war Rally, Sundays, 4:30 - 5:30 pm, at the statue of General Dufour, Place-Neuve; Groupe de citoyens contre la guerre en Irak, livresrares@caramail.com

Copenhagen, Denmark — Protest vigil against war and racism, daily, 8 am - 7 pm, front of Parliamentbuilding; Peace Guard, (+45) 35363702, fredsvagt@fredsvagt.dk, www.fredsvagt.dk

Hamilton, Ontario — Ad Hoc Anti-War holds a vigil every Wednesday 5 - 6 pm at Hamilton City Hall


Maine — Vigils, compiled by the Peace and Justice Center of Eastern Maine, 207-942-9343

  • Portland — Peace Action's vigils are Mondays, 5:30-8 PM at Monument Square in downtown Portland. peaceactionme@ctel.net
  • Bangor — Tuesdays, 5-6 PM, Federal Building, Harlow Street (downtown).; contact Ilze Petersons, peacectr@gwi.net, Gerald Oleson, 207-947-2970, geraldole@aol.com.
  • Belfast — Sundays, noon-1 PM, Main and High Sts., downtown Blue Hill: Sundays, 5-6 PM, in front of the Town Hall
  • Bucksport — Wednesdays, 5-6 PM, Town Office, Main St. Also

New Hampshire — For information about vigils and leafleting in New Hampshire, contact Sean Donahue and Patrick Carkin, NH Peace Action, info@nhpeaceaction.org, 603-228-0559, www.nhpeaceaction.org; Arnie Alpert, American Friends Service Committee, aalpert@afsc.org, or 603-224-2407, www.afsc.org

  • Keene, NH — Weekly vigils/leafleting actions on Saturdays from 11 am to noon, rotary downtown, Kurt Konietzko, kurttm@earthlink.net.
  • Plymouth, NH — Weekly vigils/leafleting actions on Saturdays at noon, at the Town Common, Lynn Chong, chonglyn@coopresources.net.
  • Concord, NH — Weekly vigils/leafleting actions on Wednesdays at noon, State House Plaza, Ruth McKay, ruthmc13@hotmail.com, or NH Peace Action at 603-228-0559.
  • Dover, NH — Weekly vigils/leafleting actions Fridays at 6 pm, David Diamond, ddiam@ttlc.net.

Laconia, NH — Vigil, Saturdays, 11 am - noon, Main and Pleasant Streets; Lakes Region Peace and Justice Group, 603-528-8560


Boston area — Vigil, Tuesdays, 5:30 - 6:30 pm, Copley Square, followed by organizing meetings at the Community Church; United for Justice with Peace, www.justicewithpeace.org/c/Coal.nsf, Eric Weltman, 617-426-3040

Eastham, MA — Vigil, Saturdays, 11:45 am - 1 pm, Eastham Windmill Green; Cape Codders for Peaceful Solutions, 508-255-3468, jsmithmarvin@yahoo.com

Worcester, MA — Peace vigils, Tuesdays, 4:30-5 pm, at Lincoln Square; contact Kevin Ksen, 508-797-3264, ksen.piedmont@juno.com, worcprogressives@juno.com

Lexington, MA — Vigil, Wednesdays, 5:30 - 6:30 pm; Lexington Justice and Peace Committee, 781-861-1441, lexingtonjpc@hotmail.com, www.lexingtonjpc.org

Sherborn, MA — Vigil, Fridays, 5 - 6 pm at the Peace Abbey; contact peaceabbey.org, 508-650-3659.

Western Massachusetts — AFSC’s website (www.crocker.com/~afsc) is developing into an organizing and resource site for that region to advocate for a just and nonviolent response to the attack of September 11th; to post on this site: conant@ecs.umass.edu.

Amherst, MA — Weekly vigil, Amherst Common, Sundays, noon to one; contact Pat Church, 413-256-4799, www.nonviolence.org/amh, sponsored by Vigil for Peace and Justice in a Nuclear-Free World

Northampton, MA — Vigil, Saturdays, 11 am; Traprock Peace Center, 103A Keets Road Deerfield, MA 01342, 413-773-7427 www.traprockpeace.org

Northampton, MA — Sunday Evening Roundtables for Nonviolence; in the tradition of the Catholic Worker, we hope to have open dialogue around the power of nonviolence as an active, intentional method of opposition to military and violent rhetoric; 6 pm-8 pm; First Churches of Northampton 129 Main Street

Great Barrington, MA — Vigil, 1 - 3 pm, "GB" bushes, Brown Bridge, State and Main Streets; Berkshire Citizens for Peace, acondon@bcn.net, www.peaceplans.org, www.berkshirewinwithoutwar.org


Providence, RI — “Justice Not War” vigil, Monday - Friday, noon to 1 pm; Memorial Square Peace Monument, across from Courthouse on South Main St.; contact Project Plowshares, c/o Joyce Katzberg, P.O. Box 187 Warren, RI 02885; organize@prodigy.net

Newport, RI — If you are interested in vigiling in Newport, contact Tom Perotti at domperro@yahoo.com


Hartford, CT — Vigil, every Saturday, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm, West Hartford Center (Farmington Avenue & Main Street); Ct Coalition for Peace & Justice, 860-521-0095, marlaludwig@yahoo.com.

Willimantic, CT — N.E. CT Coalition for Peace & Justice holds a vigil every Thursday from 5 to 6 pm in front of the Air Force Recruiting office, 863 Main Street (next to the Public Library); contact Kate Donnelly, katrush@neca.com

Storrs/Mansfield, CT — N.E. CT Coalition for Peace & Justice holds a weekly vigil every Tuesday from 4 to 5 pm at the northwst corner of Route 195 (Storrs Road) and North Eagleville Road on the sidewalk in front of the Storrs Congregational Church; contact Marita McComisky

New London, CT — Peace Vigils, Wednesday 8 - 9 am, Fridays 4:30 - 5:30 pm, Soldiers and Sailors monument, State & Bank Streets; sile42@aol.com

New Haven, CT — Vigils Sunday afternoons, noon to 1 pm, Broadway and Elm organized by the CT Peace Coalition/New Haven, 203-777-3460, mvc@igc.org.

Guilford, CT — Vigil, Guilford Green, every Saturday from 11-12; contact Cherie Williams, Guilford Peace Alliance

Winsted, CT — Vigil, Sundays, East End Park; Winsted Area Peace Action, 860-379-7858, mjanes1@mindspring.com


New Paltz, NY — Presence for Peace, corner of main and plattekill ave., to promote alternatives to war each Saturdays; contact Gina Bassinette, satya108@msn.com

New York City — WRL’s weekly vigil for peace, Saturdays, 12 noon to 2 pm, Union Square (14th St. and Broadway); call 212-228-0450 for more information.

New York City — Silent Vigil, Wednesdays, 5:30 - 6:30 pm, Public Library, Fifth Ave & 41 St; Women in Black, 212-560-0905, 074182@newschool.edu, http://womeninblack.net.

Brooklyn, NY — Monthly vigil for peace, first Thursdays, 5:30 to 7 pm, Feb. 6, 2003 at Flatbush and Seventh Avenues near the “7th Ave. ” stop on Q train; sponsored by Brooklyn-Manhattan WRL and Park Slope Greens, ruthbenn@juno.com

Brooklyn, NY — Weekly vigil, Tuesdays, 5:30 - 6:30 pm, Joralemen St. in front of Brooklyn Borough Hall; Brooklyn Friends, 718-850-0809, vicrog35@Earthlink.net, www.afsc.org

Geneva, NY — Silent peace vigil outside Scandling Center, 12:15 pm, every Wednesday, Hobart and William Smith Colleges; Alliance for Peaceful Justice, Emily Utter, eutter@hws.edu.

Binghamton, NY — Vigil, Mondays, Federal Building, Henry St.; Zacchaeus House, 607-773-0246, jimclune@yahoo.com


NE New Jersey — Simultaneous Friday vigils in Newark, Montclair, Morristown, Roosevelt Park, NJ Contact Madelyn Hoffman, NJ Peace Action, njsane@igc.org; (973)744-3263.

  • 6:30 pm Morristown Green in Morristown, by the fountain on the South Street side — Vigil Captain is Tim Sevener at (973)586-3043
  • 5:30 pm Watchung Plaza in Montclair, corner of Watchung Avenue and Park Street — Vigil Captain is Joanne Ceraso at (973)746-9576
  • 6:00 pm Penn Station in Newark, in the front on the Market Street side — Vigil Captain is Terri Suess at (973)374-2617
  • 6:30 pm Roosevelt Park, Route 1 South, just south of the Menlo Park Mall — Vigil Captain is Carol Gay at (732)750-5580

Cherry Hill, NJ — Vigil for Peace, every Saturday, noon until 1 pm, main Cherry Hill Mall entrance off Rte 38, next to the bus stop; South Jersey Campaign for Peace and Justice, Kimberle Madden at 856-854-6183 or maddpeace@aol.com.


Philadelphia, PA — Quaker peace vigils at the Liberty Bell, 4 - 5 pm, Sundays

Kennett Square, PA — Vigil, Fridays, in front of the post office; Gail Newbold, London Grove Friends Meeting, gnewbold@Kennett.net

Lancaster, PA — Vigil, every Wednesday, 5:30 pm, Lancaster County Court House steps, King St.; contact Mary McNelis LeVasseur, Women In Black, 717-627-7916, dmlev3@aol.com

Scranton, PA — Vigil, Fridays, noon to 1 pm, Courthouse Square; Fellowship of Reconciliation, ScrantonFOR@hotmail.com

Wilkes-Barre, PA — Vigil, Tuesdays, Public Square; Food Not Bombs, wvfnb@yahoo.com, www.haywired.com/wvfnb/home.html

Williamsport, PA — Vigil, Monday, 11:30 am to 1:00 pm, 3rd St between West St and Government Pl, across from federal building; contact Branin Boyd, ponderit@epix.net

Springfield, PA — Monthly vigils for peace, Saturday, Jan. 19, Feb. 16, Mar. 16, 11 am - noon, Keystone Park on Baltimore Pike (located between Rt. #320 and Woodland Avenue, the small and very visible rectangular park is located just across from the Kids-R-Us on Baltimore Pike where Chester Rd. converges with Baltimore Pike); Bob Smith, Brandywine Peace Community, brandywine@juno.com


Baltimore, MD — Two weekly vigils: Tuesdays, 5 - 6 pm, in front of the AFSC, 4806 York Road (worship after the vigil); Fridays, 5 -6 pm in front of the Homewood Friends Meetinghouse 3107 N. Charles Street (worship after the vigil); contact Gary, Max or Barbara, 410-323-7200, mobuszewski@afsc.org

Columbia, MD — Silent Vigil for Peace and Rememberance at the corner of Little Patuxent Parkway and Broken Land Parkway, every Saturday, 4 to 5 pm until further notice; contact Sherri Morgan, 301-490-8283 or Mary Kay Dranzo, marykay@odgraphics.com


Washington, DC — Weekly vigils, Tuesdays, 5 - 6 pm, Farragut North Metro, 17th and K Streets; People for Peace, Nicole, 202-547-5556 x27, peace_vigil@yahoo.com


Richmond, VA — Walk, Saturdays, 1 pm, meet on the Boulevard between Hanover Ave and Grove Ave in front of the Virginia Museum; Women in Black, http://www.richmondwomeninblack.net

Charlottesville, VA — Antiwar demonstration every Tuesday and Thursday at the Federal Building; contact Ana Azizkhani, anahitalita@yahoo.com


Asheville, NC — Vigils, Tuesdays, 5 - 6 pm, and Fridays, 7 - 8 pm, Vance Monument; Western North Carolina Peace Coalition, 828-271-0022, WNCPC@Main.nc.us, Main.nc.us/wncpc

Raleigh, NC — Daily vigil at the Federal Bldg. on New Berne Ave. across from the PO, 5 - 7 pm; Mondays have been designated the day of solidarity should you not be able to attend any other day; stockwell110@earthlink.net


Gainesville, FL — Vigil, second Tuesday of every month, 13th St. and University; Community Coalition Against War and Terrorism, www.civicmediacenter.org/ccawt/

West Palm Beach, FL — Vigil, Fridays, 5 - 6 pm, MLK Memorial (Flagler Dr.); Currie Park; Pax Christi Palm Beach, 561-691-0904, 4thr@gate.net, www.pcfla.org/pcpb

Naples, FL — Picket/protest, second Sunday of the month, US 41 and GG Pkwy; Collier County Anti-War Coalition, mmediamaniac@yahoo.com

St. Augustine, FL — Vigil, Fridays, 4:30 - 6 pm, St. Augustine Plaza; Marilyn Stanley, People for Peace and Justice, marstans@hotmail.com


Oak Ridge, TN — Every Sunday at 5:00 pm there is a brief vigil at the gates of the Y12 nuclear weapons complex; this is an ongoing and sustained presence and witness to peace and nonviolent community; Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance, PO Box 5743, Oak Ridge, TN 37831, 865-483-8202, www.stopthebombs.org

Nashville, TN — Vigil, Thursdays, noon to 1 pm, Broadway near 12th near Union Station and across from the Tennessean; Nashville Peace and Justice Center, 615-321-9066, nashpeacejustice@aol.com


Birmingham, AL — Rally, Saturdays 5-6 pm and Wednesdays 11:45 am - 12:45 pm at 5 Points South, Southside (11th Ave. S and Magnolia Ave. at 20th St.); also have rallies from 3:30-4:30 on Saturdays at 5 Points West; Pax Christi & Bham Peace Project


Oxford, MS — Interfaith prayer/meditation group with presentations on non-violence & discussion, Tuesdays, Hathorn St./Waller Lab Complex; contact Nan Johnson, 662-473-9026 (evening), stewart@watervalley.net.


Toledo, OH — Rally, Sundays, 2 - 3:30 pm; Northwest Ohio Peace Coalition, 419-255-7552, http://groups.yahoo.com/groups/nwopc, web site for location of weekly Sunday rally

Kent, OH — Rally, Sundays, 6 pm, gazebo downtown; Sue Jeffers, 330-676-9421, fbirecords@earthlink.net, http://home.earthlink.net/~fbirecords/

Deleware, OH — Rally, Wednesdays, 12 noon, City Hall; Ohio Wesleyan U. Against the War, kingcleo72@aol.com


Ann Arbor, MI — Vigil, Mondays, 5 - 6 pm, Federal Building (Fifth and Liberty); Women in Black, womeninblack@umich.edu

Ann Arbor, MI — Ann Arbor Friends Meeting holds an ongoing vigil every Tuesday at the federal building betewen noon and 1 pm; contact Jim Kalafus, jkalafus@aol.com

Marquette, MI — Anti-War Vigil and Leafletting, 11 am - 12:30 pm, Washington & Third Sts. (Post Office/Federal Building); Citizens Opposed to War in Iraq, Marquette Pax Christi, United Students of NMU, 906-225-4462, carylmqt@hotmail.com

Chelsea, MI — Rally, Sundays, noon to 1 pm, post office; Arnold Stieber, 734-475-0740, stiebera@aol.com


Lafayette, IN — Weekly peace vigil, St. Rd 26 and Tappewingo Drive; vigil location and times subject to change; contact Berenice Carroll, Lafayette Area Peace Coalition, 765-497-2074, carroll@polsci.purdue.edu, lafayette_peace@yahoo.com

North Manchester, IN — Vigil, every Monday, in front of Cordier Auditorium at Manchester College; Ben Long, 219-982-6941


Chicago, IL — New World Resource Center, a nonprofit bookstore and meeting center, holds events just about every night of the week at 2600 West Fullerton, 773-227 4011, nwrc_2600@yahoo.com, Tue.-Fri., 3 - 9 pm, Sat-Sun 12 - 7 pm

DeKalb, IL — Vigil, Fridays, 5 - 6 pm, Memorial Park, corner of 1st and Lincol; DeKalb Interfaith Network for Peace & Justice, 815-758-0796, ameyer@niu.edu

Moline, IL — Vigil, Sundays, 3 - 4 pm, 16th St Entrance to Southpark Mall (by the copy store); People For Peace F-Address, spire@planet-save.com, peacequadcities.org

Geneva, IL — Vigil, Thursdays, 6:30 to 7:30 am, Geneva Train Station; Fox Valley Peace Coalition, pengstrom@geneva.lib.il.us

Bloomington, IL — Candlelight vigil every Tuesday on the east side of the Old Courthouse from 7 to 7:30 pm; contact: Julie Hile for Bloomington/Normal Citizens for Peace and Justice hile@hilegroup.com; Silvana Siddali, ssiddal@ilstu.edu

Carbondale, IL — Weekly (in the process of expanding it into daily) vigil, Saturdays, noon - 1 pm, at the corner of Route 13 and Main St.; Celeste Williams, Peace Coalition of Southern Illinois, 618-565-1063, cwilliams@consept.com


Davenport, IA — Quad Citians for Peace holds a vigil every Sunday; contact Pamela Spencer, spencerp@mail.davenport.k12.ia.us

Iowa City, IA — Silent daily vigil, NW corner of Clinton & Washington Sts ("Peace Corner"), noon - 1 pm; Meg White of Iowans for Peace, meg530@home.com


Lawrence, KS — Vigil, Saturdays, 11th and Massachusetts Sts.; Lawrence Caolition for Peace & Justice, 785-842-6381, hanson@ku.edu, http://people.ku.edu/lcpj/


Austin, TX — Peace Vigil, 6ish pm, Fridays, Texas Capitol, 11th & Congress; Andy McKenna, PeaceTax-TX@ev1.net, www.PeaceTax.com

Austin, TX — Austin Against War has scheduled rallies, marches, vigils and teach-ins; www.AustinAgainstWar.org, www.ProgressiveAustin.org and www.Austin.Indymedia.org.

Dallas, TX — Planning meetings for forums and demonstrations; North Texas Coalition for a Just Peace, info@northtexaspeace.org, www.northtexaspeace.org

San Antonio, TX — Discussion group every Tuesday; contact Susan Ives, suives@texas.net, www.salsa.net/peace

Houston, TX — Organizing Teach-In, Mondays 7-9 pm (email to verify) at the Houston Peace and Justice Center at 1815 Colquitt; Houston Coalition for Justice Not War, contact PJ Williams at hcjnw@hotmail.com.


Oklahoma City, OK — Weekly Vigils for Peace, Thursdays, 4:30 to 6 pm, NW 23rd & Classen Blvd. (park at gold dome bank); The Peace House, 405-524-5577, batchokc@aol.com

Tulsa, OK — Vigil, Fridays, noon - 1 pm, Federal building (4th & Denver) and Saturdays, 1 - 2 pm, 41st & Yale; Tulsa Peace Fellowship, 918-742-3923, thinkcivic@aol.com (& tulsapeace@hotmail.com)


Boulder, CO — Daily vigil for peace with the Colorado Campaign for Middle East Peace, 7 pm at the Boulder Courthouse; www.ccmep.org/meeting.html#day

Ft. Collins, CO — Weekly peace demonstratioin, every Saturday, noon to 1 pm, the corner of College and Mulberry; contact Barry at 970-419-8944, sponsored by the Center for Justice, Peace, and Environment and the Strength through Peace Committee.

Longmont, CO — Vigil, Saturdays, 2 to 3 pm, 6th and Main; Longmont Citizens for Peace and Justice, 303-774-9519, kenworthyjames@hotmail.com


HELENA, Helena Peace Seekers, 442-0224

MISSOULA, Jeanette Rankin Peace Center www.jrpc.org, the Glacial Lake Missoula Greens, www.glmc.org, and No Afghani War web site www.noafghaniwar.com

BUTTE, Butte TAPS, Taking Action for Peaceful Solutions, georgewaring@msn.com

BOZEMAN, Bozeman Peace Seekers for Global Justice, chipuppi@aol.com

BILLINGS, Tom Lehman of the Billings Peace Seekers, billingspeaceseekers@yahoo.com


Salt Lake City, UT — Vigil, Thursdays, 5 - 7 pm, Federal Building, 100 South and State Street; People for Peace and Justice, www.utahpeace.org


Socorro — Vigil, Fridays, 4:30 pm, The Plaza; Socorro WRL, arf@zianet.com


Phoenix, AZ — Women in Black holds a vigil each Wednesday from 4:30 - 5:30 pm at Patriot's Park (Central Ave. and Washington St.); black clothing is encouraged, but not manditory; we stand in unity to mourn the victims of war and to share in the suffering of women around the world; contact Mary Jane, adobehut@msn.com, womeninblack.net or azpeace.org

Tucson, AZ — Every Thursday at 5 pm, there is a vigil for peace and against U.S. military intervention at the federal building, 300 W. Congress; this vigil has been ongoing for 17+ years now; 520-294-0089 or 520-323-8697.

Tucson, AZ — Every Friday, from 5 - 6 pm, Women in Black will hold a silent vigil in opposition to war, violence and terrorism everywhere; all women and men willing to maintain a posture of silence are welcome; please wear black; at all four corners of the intersection at Speedway and Euclid; 520-407-1432.

Flagstaff, AZ — Vigil, Thursdays, 4 pm, corner of Rte. 66 and Humphrey's; Justice and Peace Coalition, 928-213-9507, flagact@infomagic.net, www.flagstaffactivist.org

Bizbee, AZ — Vigil, Fridays, 5 - 6 pm, across from Old Bisbee Post Office, Main St.; Women in Black, riovista@theriver.com


Los Angeles, CA — Vigil, Fridays, Westwood Federal Building; Coalition for World Peace, 323-852-9808, coalitionforworldpeace@igc.org, www.coalitionforworldpeace.org, www.voice4change.org

Los Angeles, CA (Koreatown) — Anti-War Rally, Saturdays, 12 noon - 1:30 pm, Wilshire/Western (in front of Metro station), Koreatown; Young Koreans United (YKU), ahkwon@yahoo.com

East Los Angeles, CA — Catholic mass and calls to action, monthly 3rd Sundays, 4 pm, St. Camillus chapel 1911 Zonal Ave At State St.; Pax Christi Los Angeles, 323-223-9047, cponnet.stcamillus@usa.net, www.circlesofhope.org

Malibu, CA — Continuous candlelight vigil until troops come home, Pacific Coast Hwy & Webb Way; Malibu Citizens for Peace, 310-457-1614, malibucitizensforpeace@earthlink.net

Costa Mesa, CA — Vigil, Fridays, 6 pm, Bristol St. (at Anton Blvd.) across from the South Coast Plaza; Coalition Against Unnecessary Wars, 714-956-5037, quetzalcoatl38@aol.com

Thousand Oaks, CA — Vigil, 9:45 to 10:45, Saturdays, corner of Hillcrest and Lynn; Conejo Valley People in Black, lauramc@earthlink.net

Brea, CA — Rally, Sundays, noon, Imperial Hwy & Brea Blvd.; Jody Acedo, 714-671-0911, jaceeo@earthlink.net

Ojai, CA — Vigil, Fridays, 4:30 - 5:15 pm, Libbey Park Pergola; Carol Grier, Ojai Valley People in Black, cgrier@ojai.net

Bakersfield, CA — Rally, Fridays, Stockdale Highway and California Avenue/New Stine Road; Peace Bakersfield, 661-633-2930, bakproactnet@yahoo.com, www.geocities.com/bakproactnet/

Fresno, CA — Rally, Fridays, 4:30 - 6:30 pm, Blackstone and Shaw; Peace Fresno, 559-237-3223, peacefresno@neuhouse.com, www.fresnoalliance.com/peacefresno

Berkeley, CA — Peace Walk through downtown Berkeley, Wednesdays, 6:30 pm, vigil, 7 pm peace walk, BART station at corner of Shattuck Ave. and Center St.; Sophia, 510-528-9217, vigil4peace@yahoo.com, www.geocities.com/vigil4peace/vigil.html

Oakland, CA — Walk Every Sunday at Lake Merritt, at 3 pm, meet at the columns at east end of Lake Merritt between Grand Avenue & Lakeshore Boulevard; sponsored by Lake Merritt Neighbors Organized for Peace; contact Beth Wagner, lmno4p@yahoo.com

San Mateo, CA — Vigil, Thursdays, 4 to 5 pm, 400 South El Camino Real in front of Rep. Tom Lantos' office; Peace Action of San Mateo County, 650-343-9382, sanmateopa@yahoo.com, sanmateopeaceaction.org

San Jose, CA — Weekly peace vigil in front of the Federal Building, 2nd and San Carlos, 4:30 to 6:00 pm; contact David Lowe, San Jose Interfaith Peace Action, 408-735-8980

Placerville, CA — Vigil, last Monday of month, 6 - 7 pm, County courthouse, Main St. and Bedford Ave.; El Dorado Peace & Justice Community, 530-642-1120, dianasum@directcon.net, www.edpjc.org

Arcata, CA — War on Iraq Protest, Fridays, 5 - 6 pm, Arcata Plaza; Redwood Peace Coalition, 707-826-2511, peacepatriot@redwoodpeace.org, www.redwoodpeace.org/

Arcata, CA — Silent Vigil, Fridays, 5 - 6 pm, southeast corner of the Arcata Plaza; International Peace Network, 707-668-5408


Corvallis, OR — Vigil, every day, Benton Country Courthouse; Marfa Levine, Alternatives to War, zebra@ peak.org or nowar@peak.org

Bend, OR — Vigil, Fridays, 4:30 pm, corner of 3rd & Greenwood

Coos Bay, OR — Anti-War Vigil, Saturdays, 1 pm, Coos Bay Boardwalk Maggie Bagon, welmama@yahoo.com


Seattle, WA — For a list of antiwar events in the area, see www.scn.org/911peace

Chelan, WA — Silent vigil for peace outside the town post office each Friday from 4:30 to 5:30 pm; contact Rolf Vegdahl, 509-687-6337, rolfvegdahl@juno.com

Silverdale, WA — Vigil, Tuesdays, 5 pm - 6 pm, Silverdale Mall entrance; Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action, 360-377-2586, jackie@gzcenter.org, www.gzcenter.org


Honolulu, HI — A vigil every Friday, 4 - 6 pm in front of Fed. Bldg. on Ala Moana Blvd.; ad hoc committee for Peace & Reconciliation, contact D. Li, afschawaii@afsc.org

Hilo, HI — Peace Vigil, Fridays, in front of main Post Office.; Jim Albertini, Malu Aina Ctr. for Peace Education, 808-966-7622, ja@interpac.net

Kaunakalai, HI — Palekana will hold a peace painting action at 7 am, Thursdays, until the war has ceased; Lua Lounge Tables across from the Moloka'i Police and fire station; Anake Shari, shari_molokai@hotmail.com

Past Actions

Mar. 29, 2003, Seaside Heights, Ocean County, NJ — Vigil, the Boardwalk between Hamilton and Webster Avenues; Ocean County Committe for Peace & Justice, 732-657-9046, Chiaroscurian@msn.com

Mar. 27, 2003, Brooklyn — Anti-War Demonstration at Sen. Schumer’s home, 5:30 - 7 pm, 9 Prospect Park West (& Carroll St.); Kings County Green Party, et al., 718-788-2260

Mar. 27, 2003, New York City — Mass Civil Disobedience, Direct Action, Legal Protest, 8 am, Rockefeller Center (50 St. & Fifth Ave.); M27coalition, www.m27coalition.org

Mar. 23, 2003, Tampa, FL — Vigil, Bayshore and Bay to Bay, voiceoffreedom, 813-469-1904, mrosas1@tampabay.rr.com, www.voiceoffreedom.com M-message = For other events in the Tampa / St. Petersburg area please visit our website at www.voiceoffreedom.com

Mar. 22, 2003, Barcelona, Spain — Anti-War Walk; no a la guerra

Mar. 22, 2003, New York City — March for Peace & Democracy, noon, gather on Broadway between 36th & 42nd Streets, march downtown; WRL contingent gather at 11 am, Sixth Ave. & 40th St. (SW corner of Bryant Park); United for Peace & Justice, 646-473-8935, www.unitedforpeace.org/

Mar. 22, 2003, St. Petersburg, FL — Rally, 2nd Ave and Bayshore Drive, NE; Voice of Freedom, 727-793-9759, NoWar@statgroup.com, www.voiceoffreedom.com

Mar. 22, 2003, Phoenix, AZ — Vigil, 10 am, 24th Street and Camelback Road; Arizona Alliance for Peaceful Justice, 480-894-2024, phxvigil@yahoo.com, www.azpeace.org

Mar. 21, 2003, Buffalo Grove, IL — Student Walk-out and Rally; Elisa Adorjan-Karbin, 847-253-1049, lazylinepainterjane14@hotmail.com

Mar. 20, 2003, New York City — PROTEST THE WAR, 5 PM, TIMES SQUARE, WRL will meet on the north side of 47th Street, between 7th and Broadway at 5 pm

Mar. 20, 2003, Brooklyn, NY — PROTEST THE WAR, 5 PM, gather at the Public Library at Grand Army Plaza at 4:30 to 5 pm and march along Flatbush, past Recruiting Offices at Flatbush and Fourth Ave., then along Fulton St. to Borough Hall, to join the 6 pm rally at Borough Hall Plaza. Bring signs, leaflets, noisemakers, wear black armbands.

Mar. 20, 2003, Manchester, NJ — Candlelight procession, 6 pm, from the U.S. Post Office (Clifton Ave. and Main St.) to Lakewood Community Center for a speak-out on the war; Ocean County Committe for Peace & Justice, 732-657-9046, Chiaroscurian@msn.com

Mar. 19, 2003, Lancaster, PA — Civil disobedience; People's Peace Project, 717-295-0239, buddahchild104@yahoo.com

Mar. 17, 2003, New York City — Prayer Service & Civil Disobedience, 10 am service at St. Stephen's Church, 151 E 28th Street (between 3rd and Lex), 11 am silent procession to U.S. Mission to the UN followed by optional civil disobedience; Kairos Community, New York Nonviolence Network, Intercommunity Center for Justice and Peace, Washington Square United Methodist Church, War Resisters League, contact: Matt Daloisio 201-264-4424, daloisio@earthlink.net or Melissa Jameson 212-228-0450

Mar. 16, 2003, Brick, NJ — Vigil, Chambers Bridge Rd., off Rt. 70; Ocean County Committe for Peace & Justice, 732-657-9046, Chiaroscurian@msn.com

Mar. 16, 2003, Lancaster, PA — Vigil, 55 W. King St. old couthouse steps; Lancaster Peace Coalition, 717-295-0239, buddahchild104@yahoo.com, Lancasteraction.net

Mar. 15, 2003, Washington, DC — Emergency National Anti-War Convergence to TAKE IT TO THE WHITE HOUSE, gather 12 noon at Washington Monument (Constitution Ave between 15th and 17th Sts NW); ANSWER, (212) 633-6646, www.internationalanswer.org

Mar. 15, 2003, Miami, FL — No War on Iraq Rally, 2-5 pm at the Torch of Freedom in Bayfront Park, Biscayne Blvd. and NE 3rd Street; South Florida Peace & Justice Network, Antiwar Broward, Pax Christi, Florida Friends for Peace, 561-213-9199, astropurr@prodigy.net, www.antiwarbroward.org

Mar. 15, 2003, Austin, TX — Rally, 1 pm, State Capitol, 2 pm, march down Congress; Austin Against War, aawhelp@yahoo.com, www.austinagainstwar.org

Mar. 15, 2003, Rock Island, IL — Rally & Vigil, Olin Hall, Augustana College, vigil from 3-4 at South Park in Moline, IL and starting at 7 pm, the Federal Building in Davenport, IA; QC People for Peace, 309-788-5659, waterbaby52@planet-save.com, peacequadcities.org

Mar. 15, 2003, Los Angeles, CA — Emergency National Anti-War Convergence, gather at noon at Olympic & Broadway, march to downtown Federal building); ANSWER, (212) 633-6646, www.internationalanswer.org

Mar. 15, 2003, San Francisco, CA — Emergency National Anti-War Convergence, gather at 11 am at Civic Center Plaza; ANSWER, (212) 633-6646, www.internationalanswer.org

Mar. 8, 2003, New York City — Demonstration, Sen. Clinton's office, “It Takes a U.S. Bomber to Raze a Village,” 12 to 2 pm, 780 Third Ave. (48th & 49th Sts.); Brooklyn Parents for Peace, 718-624-5921, www.brooklynpeace.org

Mar. 8, 2003, Philadelphia, PA — March starting from 17th and Spring Garden at 11 am leading to a rally at City Hall (around noon) and a gathering afterwards (around 1:30) at Asian Arts Initiative, 1315 Cherry St.; Global Women's Strike, 215-848-1120, philly@crossroadswomen.net, http://womenstrike8m.server101.com

Mar. 8, 2003, Lancaster, PA — Rally, noon - 3 pm, N. Queen & Chestnut (Brunswick Hotel); People's Peace Project for Youth, 717-295-0239, buddahchild104@yahoo.com

Mar. 8, 2003, Washington, DC — Women’s Peace Vigil and March, 11am Rally, gather at Malcolm X Park located at 16th St. between W Streets and Euclid, NW, 1 pm march to encircle the White House; Women’s Peace Vigil, 202-393-5016, womens.vigil@verizon.net, www.unitedforpeace.org/article.php?id=124

Mar. 5, 2003, Nationwide — One-Day National Student Strike; The National Youth and Student Peace Coalition (NYSPC), www.unitedforpeace.org/article.php?id=662

Mar. 1, 2003, Charlotte, NC — Vigil, Central Ave & Sharon Amity Rd near Eastland Mall; Charlotte Fellowship of Reconciliation, 704-449-6925, carolinasfor@yahoo.com, www.geocities.com/nomorevictims/nowar

Mar. 1, 2003, Lincoln, NE — Rally, NE Federal Building, 15th and O Street; Coalition For Peace, 402-438-1576, sonrisa8@yahoo.com

Feb. 17, 2003, Huntington, WV — Rally in front of City Hall, 2 pm; Friends Catholic Community Church, 740-894-5933, stbeckett@aol.com

Feb. 16, 2003, San Francisco, CA — Mass Anti-War Demonstration, assemble Embarcradero and Market at 11 am, march at noon to and rally, 1 pm, at Civic Center; Bay Area United Against War info@bauaw.org, www.unitedforpeace.org

Feb. 15, 2003, KL, Malaysia — Walk, U.S. Embassy; Ballerina, 6646030, dieba_s@hotmail.com

Feb. 15, 2003, New York City — Mass Anti-War Demonstration, noon, assemble on First Ave. above 49th St.; WRL contingent to gather in front of NY Public Library (41 St. & Fifth Ave.) at 11 am; United for Peace & Justice, 646-473-8935, feb15@unitedforpeace.org, www.unitedforpeace.org

Feb. 15, 2003, Lancaster, PA — Silent Vigil, 11 am - noon, 55 E King at the old courthouse steps; People's Peace Project, 717-295-0239, buddahchild104@yahoo.com

Feb. 15, 2003, Melbourne, FL — Peace Rally/March, gather Front Street Park at 1 pm and march to city hall; Bill Burton, 321-727-1083, wburton444@aol.com

Feb. 15, 2003, Columbus, OH — March and Rally, Goodale Park, 11:30 am, march to Federal Building for 12:15 pm rally; Community Organizing Center, 614-252-9255

Feb. 15, 2003, Madison, WI — Rally; Madison Area Peace Coalition, manski@pk.greens.org, http://madpeace.org/

Feb. 15, 2003, Lompoc, CA — Peace Walk, 11 am, Walmart; La Purisma Catholic Church, jewels805@earthlink.net

Feb. 15, 2003, Fresno, CA — Peace Rally and March, noon, Fresno's Tower Distric (Olive & Wishont); Peace Fresno, 559-276-2592, khudson@msn.com, www.fresnoalliance.com/peacefresno

Feb. 4, 2003, Nationwide — No War for Oil - National Call to Action, www.unitedforpeace.org/article.php?id=602

Jan. 27, 2003, New York City — Emergency protests at the United Nations, 9 am and 4 - 6 pm; United for Peace & Justice, 646-473-8935, feb15@unitedforpeace.org, www.unitedforpeace.org

Jan. 27, 2003, Greeneville, TN — Vigil, in front of Greene County courthouse, 4 - 5 pm; Elizabeth Gordon, 423-636-7300, egordon@tusculum.edu

Jan. 20, 2003, Nashville, TN — Rally at 9 am, March at 10 am, Greater Bethel AME Church, 1300 South Street on corner of 12th St.; Nashville Peace and Justice Center, 615-321-9066, nashpeacejustice@aol.com

Jan. 19, 2003, Moline, IA — Vigil, 2 - 4 pm, 16th Street entrance to South Park Mall by Toys R Us; People for Peace, peacequadcities.org and in Moline on Sunday, the 19th from 2-4 at the .

Jan. 18-19, 2003, San Francisco, CA — March and Rally; International ANSWER, 202-544-3389, dc@internationalanswer.org, www.internationalANSWER.org

Jan. 18-19, 2003, Washington, DC — March and Rally; International ANSWER, 202-544-3389, dc@internationalanswer.org, www.internationalANSWER.org

Jan. 18, 2003, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada — Walk, noon, from Third Ave United Church to Princess Alexandra School on Ave H; Saskatoon Peace Coalition, 306-665-2154, www.making-peace.tk

Jan. 18, 2003, Lancaster, PA — Silent Vigil, 11 am - noon, Penn Square (King & Queen Sts.); Women in Black / Women's Peace Project, 717-295-0239, buddahchild104@yahoo.com

Jan. 18, 2003, Washington, DC — Drive for Peace, 11 am, circle counter-clockwise on the I-95/I-495 loop scheduled to coincide with the mass demonstration and rally; Alan Moen, alandmoen@yahoo.com

Jan. 18, 2003, Washington, DC — Silent Vigil, 11:30 am - 2 pm, Union Station, outside,pla; Women in Black, wib.baltimore@hotmail.com, www.peacepath911.com

Jan. 18, 2003, Tampa, FL — Vigil, Macdill AFB; United Voices for Peace, 727-822-1543, Mskamgreen@cs.com, www.circusmcgurkis.org/peaceaction/

Jan. 18, 2003, Oklahoma City, OK — Spiritual Walk for Peace, noon - 1:15 pm, NW 7th & Robinson; The Peace House, 405-524-5577, batchokc@aol.com

Jan. 18, 2003, Nashville, TN — Anti-War Teach-in, 9 am - 5 pm, St. Ann's Episcopal Church, 419 Woodland Street; Nashville Peace and Justice Center, 615-321-9066, nashpeacejustice@aol.com

Jan. 18, 2003, Davenport, IA — Vigil, 2 - 4 pm, Toys R Us, Kimberly and Brady; People for Peace, peacequadcities.org and in Moline on Sunday, the 19th from 2-4 at the 16th Street entrance to South Park Mall by Toys R Us.

Jan. 18, 2003, Tulsa, OK — Vigil, 10 am - noon, 41st & Yale; Tulsa Peace Fellowship, 918-742-3923, thinkcivic@aol.com (& tulsapeace@hotmail.com)

Jan. 18, 2003, Las Vegas, NV — Walk to Oppose Patriot Act, 3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd. (in front of Bellagio fountain); The Coalition to Prevent the Erosion of Human Rights, 702-382-5344, jrtesmer@hotmail.com

Jan. 17, 2003, Huntington, OH — Rally, 7 pm, Rte 110 (New York Ave.) and Main St. (Rte 25A); United for Peace, 516-655-7066, unklef@optonline.net, www.unitedforpeace.org/calendar.php?calid=879

Jan. 16, 2003, New York City — March and Civil Disobedience, 11 am, Bryant Park, corner of 42nd Street & Sixth Avenue and proceed up Sixth Avenue at 11:30, then west on 47th Street, south on 7th Avenue, and proceed to the triangle in Times Square; sit-in at the recruiting station at Times Square; New York Non-Violence Network, 212-598-0963

Jan. 15-20, 2003, NATIONAL CALL TO ACTION during Martin Luther King, Jr., Days — Nationally coordinated nonviolent civil disobedience to oppose war in Iraq; groups not doing civil disobedience are encouraged to have some public event during these dates; for more information, click here or contact Iraq Pledge of Resistance

Jan. 12, 2003, Louisville, KY — Peace vigil, 7:00-8:30 pm at the Douglass Loup, in front of Heine Brothers' Coffee Shop; Treva Duffy, TrevaTD@aol.com

Dec. 21, Cleveland, OH — March and Rally and War in Iraq, noon, Southwest Quadrant, Public Square; Northeast Ohio Anti-War Coalition, 330-253-7151

Dec. 14, New York City — March and Rally, noon, 157th St and Broadway; Uptown Youth for Peace and Justice, 347-203-6157, uptownpj@uptownpj.org

Dec. 10, NATIONAL CALL TO ACTION on International Human Rights Day — Nationally coordinated nonviolent civil disobedience to oppose war in Iraq; groups not doing civil disobedience are encouraged to have some public event during these dates; for more information, click here or contact Iraq Pledge of Resistance

Dec. 10, Columbus, OH — Rally, FBI Building, 500 S. Front St.; Anti-Racist Action, aracolumbus@antiracistaction.us

Nov. 29, San Francisco, CA — No War Toys leafletting, 1 - 4 pm, Powell and Market; WRL/West, Jim, 415-282-6580

Nov. 20, Philadelphia, PA — Student Walkout Against War in Iraq, 2:15 pm, 34th & Walnut Sts., march to City Hall, rally at 3:30 pm; Youth PAWR (Philadelphia Area War Resistance), 215-417-4795, switte@sas.upenn.edu

Nov. 10, Knob Noster, MO — Protest outside Whiteman Air Force Base (750 Arnold Ave.) — home of the B-2 bomber — 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm by Mid-Missouri Peaceworks; to carpool from Columbia, MO, meet in front of the Peace Nook (804C Broadway) at 12 noon; contact Tamela Meder, 573-875-0539, sustain@coin.org, www.peaceworks.org, http://peaceworks.missouri.org/homepage.html

Nov. 8, Baltimore, MD — Silent Vigil, 11 am - 1 pm, McKelden Square at Light and Pratt St.; Women in Black, wibbaltimore@hotmail.com, www.peacepath911.com

Oct. 26, Brooklyn, NY — Anti-war postering, leafletting, hanging ribbons with peace messages, 11 am - 1 pm, Seventh Ave. & Carroll St.; Brooklyn/Manhattan War Resisters League, 718-768-7306, ruthbenn@juno.com

Oct. 26, Washington, DC — Anti-War March and Rally, begins at 11 am, 21st & Constitution Ave., N.W.; International A.N.S.W.E.R, the International Action Center (Workers’ World Party); www.internationalanswer.org, call 212-633-6646

Oct. 26, Marquette, MI — Anti-War Vigil and Leafletting, 11 am - 12:30 pm, Post Office/Federal Building; Citizens Opposed to War in Iraq, Marquette Pax Christi, United Students of NMU, 906-225-4462, carylmqt@hotmail.com

Oct. 26, Oklahoma City, OK — Peace Demonstration, 1 to 2 pm, Stars & Stripes Park (N. Portland & Lake Hefner); The Peace House, 405-524-5577, batchokc@aol.com

Oct. 26, Salt Lake City, UT — Rally for Peace and Justice, noon - 2 pm, Utah State Capitol Building; People for Peace and Justice of Utah, 801-718-3646, bluesguy@xmission.com, www.utahpeace.org, prior to the rally there will be a presentation of educational documentary films in the State Capitol Rotunda, 10 am - noon.

Oct. 26, San Francisco, CA — Anti-War Rally, begins 11 am, Constitution Gardens, adjacent to the Vietnam Veterans War Memorial at Justin Herman Plaza; sponsored by the International Action Center (Workers’ World Party), www.internationalanswer.org

Oct. 23, Washington, DC — Vigil, 7 - 8:30 pm, St. Albans Parish; Get the Vote, 202-486-6693, ASlemmer@aol.com, www.st-albans-parish.org

Oct. 19, Orlando, FL — Vigil, noon to 2 pm, Orange County Courthouse; Kathy DiBernardo, 407-228-2008, wick1@cfl.rr.com

Oct. 16, Redding, CA — Rally, 4 - 6 pm, Redding Civic Center on Cypress Ave.; William Siemer

Oct. 11, Charlotteville, NC — Rally at Federal Building (401 W.Trade St.), march to Lockheed Martin Office; Charlotte Fellowship of Reconciliation, 704-449-6925, carolinasfor@yahoo.com, www.geocities.com/nomorevictims/nowa

Oct. 4 - 11, Worldwide — Keep Space for Peace Week: International Days of Protest to Stop the Militarization of Space; Bruce Gagnon, Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space, 352-337-9274, globalnet@mindspring.com, www.space4peace.org

Oct. 7, Nationwide — Call for actions by Iraq Pledge of Resistance, www.peacepledge.org/

Oct. 6, New York City — Rally, 1 - 5 pm, East Meadow of Central Park (use 96th St entrance); Not In Our Name, loveraven@snet.net, notinourname.net

Oct. 5, Brattleboro, VT — March and Rally to Stop the War on Iraq; Brattleboro Area Peace & Justice, elkaye3@juno.com

Oct. 5, Los Angeles, CA (Koreatown) — Anti-War Rally, 12 noon - 1:30 pm (then every Sat.), Wilshire/Western (in front of Metro station), Koreatown; Young Koreans United (YKU), ahkwon@yahoo.com

Oct. 5, Lompoc, CA — Weapons in Space Civil Disobedience at Vandenberg Air Force Base; Peter Lumsdaine or MacGregor Eddy, Vandenberg Action Coalition, 831-457-9914 or 831 754 5554, MGPturningpoint@aol.com or mindful@redshift.com, www.space4peace.org

Oct. 5, Portland, OR — Anti-War Rally, 9th and Salmon; Terri, 503-350-5875, altaira97209@yahoo.com

Sep. 30, Placerville, CA — Vigil, 495 Main St.; El Dorado Peace & Justice Community, 530-642-1120, dianasum@directcon.net, www.edpjc.org

Sept. 26, Chicago, IL — Rally Against Invasion of Iraq, 5:30 - 7 pm, 2021 N Stockton Dr, Lincoln Park; True Majority dot com, www.truemajority.com

Sep. 23, Hyderabad, INDIA — International Peace Day Walk; APUNA, tel.: 91-40-3398161/3454768, motigogineni@netscape.net

Sep. 21, Lawrence, KS — Vigil, noon - 1 pm, Douglas County Courthouse; Allan Hanson, Lawrence Coalition for Peace and Justice, hanson@mail.ukans.edu, http://people.ku.edu/~lcpj

Sep. 11-18, Cleveland, OH — 7-Day Anti-War Fast; Catholic Worker of Akron, 330-384-1430, cpwright1980@yahoo.com, www.voice4change.org/stories/story.asp?pg=2

Sep. 11, Nationally — Call for everyone at peace demonstrations to dress in white; Global Coalition for Peace, 888-384-9642 or 301-654-6759, peaceseekers@globalcoalitionforpeace.net, www.globalcoalitionforpeace.net

Sep. 11, Nationally — Peace Demonstrations about Sept. 11; www.unitedforpeace.org

Sep. 10-11, New York City — ALL-NIGHT VIGIL, Washington Square Park, 6:30 pm (Sept. 10) - 8:45 am (Sept. 11); Sept. 11 Families for Peaceful Tomorrows and War Resisters League, 212-228-0450; for more information, click here

Sep. 8, Nashville, TN — Prayer vigil, 7 am, noon, 7 pm, Bicentennial Mall Ampitheatre; Let Love Ring, arzellaw@comcast.net, www.letlovering.com.

Sep. 8, Nashville, TN — Peace festival and picnic, 11 am - 5 pm, Sevier Park (corner of Granny White & Clayton Ave); Nashville Peace & Justice Ctr, 615-360-0961, peacevilletn@yahoo.com, www.geocities.com/peacevilletn/home.html

Sep. 2, Johnstown, CO — Peace & Justice Rally; 12:30 pm, the park; American Freedom, DarrenMorrson1@msn.com

Aug. 26, Placerville, CA — Vigil, 495 Main St.; El Dorado Peace & Justice Community, 530-642-1120, dianasum@directcon.net, www.edpjc.org

Aug. 24, Rutherford, NJ — Anti-War Rally & Music Festival, 5:30 pm, Rutherford Band Shell, in Lincoln Park (located on Park Avenue near Library); Eric Kiefer, Forbin52@aol.com

Aug. 11, Danbury, CT — Hiroshima/Nagasaki Day observance, 10 am - 4 pm, Kenosia Park; Veterans for Peace, 203-438-2529, ourearthmatters@hotmail.com

Aug. 9, Woodstock, NY — Peace Vigil; Peace Acttion Network, 845-247-0046, tsiblo@hvc.rr.com

Aug. 6 & 9, Worldwide — Demonstrations on anniversaries of Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings; for more information, contact War Resisters League, 212-228-0450, wrl@warresisters.org

Aug. 3-10, Dublin, Ireland — War Resisters’ International Triennial Conference — “Stories and Strategies: Nonviolent Resistance and Social Change”; English: http://wri-irg.org/tri/tri02/index.htm, Spanish: http://wri-irg.org/es/index.html

Jul. 29, Placerville, CA — Vigil, 6 - 7 pm, El Dorado County Courthouse, Main St. and Bedford Ave.; El Dorado Peace & Justice Community, 530-642-1120, dianasum@directcon.net, www.edpjc.org

Jul. 20, Hoboken, NJ — Rally and concert for world peace, 11 am - 6 pm, Frank Sinatra State Park; New Jersey Independents, 201-487-3748, nji@lycosmail.com, www.njind.org

Jun. 28, Charlotte, NC — Rally to defend civil liberties & civil rights, 5 - 7 pm, Federal Building, 401 W.Trade St; Emergency Coalition to Defend Civil Liberties, 704-449-6925 ectdcl@yahoo.com, www.geocities.com/nomorevictims/nowar

Jun. 15-19, Riverdale, NY — Fellowship of Reconciliation National Conference, Manhattan College, “exploring the power of nonviolence to bring peace with justice to the world”; FOR, www.forusa.org, conference@forusa.org

Jun. 12, New York City — Rally Against Nuclear War on 20th Anniversary of June 12, 1982, March in NYC, Ethical Culture Society, 2 W. 64th St. & Central Park West, 7 pm; sponsor Peace Action

Jun. 6, New York City — Rally and Not in Our Name Pledge of Resistance, 5:30 pm, south side of Washington Square Park, 3 blocks east of 6th Avenue and West 4th Street; Not In Our Name, contact us at nycnotinourname@yahoo.com, 212-533-2125, notinrname@hotmail.com, www.notinourname.net

May 24, Binghamton, NY — Peace Rally, Federal Building; Broome County Youth Peace Coalition, ParanoidAndroid@stny.rr.com

May 18, Lompoc, CA — Anti-War Rally, 1 pm, Vandenberg AFB; Vandenberg Action Coalition, 831-457-9914, MGPturningpoint@aol.com

May 10-11, Clam Lake, WI — Workshops on nonviolence, ELF & direct action, all Friday, Anathoth Farm; Sat. May 11, gathering at ELF site, noon, speakers & nonviolent action, music; call 715-472-4185 or 472-8721, anathoth@lakeland.ws or nukewatch@lakeland.ws

May 9, Luck, WI — Anti-Trident & ELF Gathering at the Navy's Submarine Warfare Trigger, afternoon at Anathoth Farm; call 715-472-4185 or 472-8721, anathoth@lakeland.ws or nukewatch@lakeland.ws

May 4, Kent, OH — Protest Against the “Endless War,” 3 pm, Kent State campus; Kent State Anti-War Committee, 330-701-1833, ksawc@yahoo.com, www.ksawc.org

Apr. 27, Ft. Wayne, IN — Rally; Friends of the Third World, 260-422-6821, fotw@igc.org, friendsofthethirdworld.org

Apr. 20, Washington, DC — Mobilization Against the War — “Stop the War at Home and Abroad” March on Washington; hosted by National Youth and Student Peace Coalition, National Coalition for Peace and Justice, 9-11 Emergency National Network, NYC Labor Against War; for more information, contact WRL (212-228-0450) or www.a20stopthewar.org or aprilmobilization@nyspc.net

Apr. 20, Little Rock, AR — Rally, 1:30 pm, Commerce & Pres. Clinton Ave. (E. Markham) at the Rivermarket; Arkanasas Coalition for Peace and Justice, acpj@acpj.org, www.acpj.org

Apr. 20, Sioux Falls, SD — Witness for Peace, Federal Building (400 S. Phillips Avenue),12 noon to 1 pm; South Dakota Peace & Justice Center, 605-882-2822, sdpjc@dailypost.com

Apr. 20, Albuquerque, NM — Stop the War March and Rally, 2 pm meet at Walmart for rally, then march to Kirtland AFB with rally and speakers; Bob Anderson, New Mexico Solidarity Coalition, (505)268-9557, seallen4@hotmail.com

Apr. 20, Tucson, AZ — March & Rally for Peace & Justice, Catalina Park (4th Ave. & 2nd Street), gather at 9:30 am, march at 10 am (about 2.2 miles), rally at 11 am (Catalina Park), in solidarity with National Youth & Student March on Washington

Apr. 20, Eugene, OR — MOBILIZATION FOR GLOBAL JUSTICE, 12 - 2 pm, parade begins at 13th and Chambers; rally, 1:15 pm, Free Speech Plaza outside the Lane County Courthouse; CISCAP, 485-8633 or Eugene Peaceworks, 343-8548

Apr. 15, New York City — War Tax protest, noon - 2 pm, IRS, 110 W. 44th St. just west of Sixth Ave.; sponsored by War Resisters League and NYC War Tax Resistance, 212-228-0450, ruthbenn@juno.com

Apr. 15, Minneapolis, MN — War Tax Demonstration, main Post Office, 1st Street South and 2nd Avenue South, 4 pm to 7 pm; Friends for a Non-Violent World, 651-917-0383, m-tax@fnvw.org, www.fnvw.org/m-tax

Apr. 15, Boise, ID — War Tax Resistance Rally, 8th St. & Bannock PO; Heather Ganz, Idaho Peace Coalition, 208-426-0204, hganz11@aol.com, idahopeacecoalition@yahoogroups.com

Apr. 11, Brooklyn, NY — Expanded Vigil, 5 - 7 pm, Flatbush & Seventh Ave. (next to “7th Ave.” stop on Q subway train); for more information, ruthbenn@juno.com

Apr. 4, Oakland, CA — “Hands Around Lake Merritt,” 6 pm, gather at The Steps on Lakeshore (close to E. 18th St. in Oakland); ; sponsored by Lake Merritt Neighbors Organized for Peace; contact Beth Wagner, lmno4p@yahoo.com

Apr. 2, Lima & Philadelphia, PA — Protest Bush visit, noon, Lima, Penn State, Delaware County Campus, Middletown & Yearsley Mill Roads (near the Granite Run Mall); 5pm, assemble at the Friends Center, 1501 Cherry Street, Center City Philadelphia; Brandywine Peace Community and War Resisters League, 610-544-1818

Mar. 30, London, England — March and Rally Against Star Wars, noon, Hyde Park; Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, www.cnduk.org/campaigns/30march.htm

Mar. 30, across U.S. — Demonstrations by Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee:

  • Washington, DC, 1 - 4 pm, Freedom Plaza, 13th St. & Pennsylvania Ave., NW; organizing@adc.org or call (202) 244-2990
  • Los Angeles, CA, noon, in front of the Federal Building at Westwood, which is at Wilshire Blvd. and Veteran St.; adcwest@adc.org or call (714) 636-1232
  • Atlanta, GA, 2 - 4 pm, Starting at Piedmont Park- Ending in front of the Israeli Consulate. Gather at the "Free Nelson Mandela" monument in Piedmont Park - right beyond the gate entrance at 10th Street & Charles Allen Dr.; adcsouth@adc.org or call (404)815-7337

Mar. 29, Valley Forge, PA — Good Friday Stations of Justice & Peace (and nonviolent civil disobedience), noon, Lockheed Martin, Mall & Goddard Blvds. (behind the King of Prussia Mall) call Brandywine Peace Community, 610-544-1818 by March 18 if you wish to participate in the civil disobedience

Mar. 23, Purchase, NY — Nonviolence Training, 10 am - 4 pm, Benziger Conf. Hall, Manhattanville College; 914-323-7156

Mar. 22, Baltimore, MD — Protest economic sanctions against Iraq, 9 am - 9:30 am, Lombard and Charles Sts & 17th floor of the Bank of America building, then 10 am, U.S. District Court, Room 1B, 101 W. Lombard St.; Baltimore Emergency Response Network, 410-377-7987

Mar. 16, Springfield, PA — Delco Peace Vigil, 11 am - noon, Keystone Park, Baltimore Pike at Chester Road (located across from Kids-r-Us on Baltimore Pike, between the Springfield Mall, Route 320, and Woodland Avenue, Route 420); Delaware County Campaign for Peace & Justice, 610-544-1818, brandywine@juno.com

Mar. 16, Chicago, IL — Bush in Chicago demonstration; http://chicago.indymedia.org/

Mar. 8, Key West, FL — Peace in the Park, Bayview Park; Christy K Sweet, Key West Peace Vigil, 305-293-8535, cks351c@netscape.net

Mar. 2, Swarthmore, PA — Wage Peace — a day-long event featuring Educational Panels, Discussion Circles, Organizing Workshops, Music, Meals, and Fellowship, 9 am - 9 pm, Swarthmore College Campus; open to all students and community residents in Delaware County; lunch and dinner provided; Free Concert; Delaware County Campaign for Peace and Justice, Swarthmore College Community Service Learning Division, Swarthmore College Progressive Action Committee, and WHY WAR?, Terry Rumsey, 610-891-6614, Greenseed2@aol.com

Feb. ?, Sacramento, CA — Capitol Building, West Steps; Liza-Jane Capatos, California Schools Against War, actioncsaw@ucdavis.edu

Feb. 13, Charlotte, NC — Teach-in on the Philippines, Boiling Point Infoshop & Resource Center, 2109 B N. Graham St.; Uprise Charlotte, 704-595-1881, uprisecharlotte@hotmail.com, cpjnc.tripod.com

Feb. 2, Salem, OR — Peace teach-in; Oregon Progressive Alliance, 503-363-7598, peaceinfo@oregonpeacefestival.org, www.oregonpeacefestival.org

Jan. 30, Philadelphia, PA — Public Witness in Philadelphia Friends Center (15th and Cherry) followed by procession to Love Park (15th & JFK Blvd.), 7 pm; Shane, 215-423-3598 or Monica, 215-843-5032, monicamedina@earthlink.net

Jan. 27, Brooklyn, NY — Report on Global Exchange victims-to-victims trip to Afghanistan (Jan. 15-25), 7 pm, Park Slope United Methodist Church (6th Avenue and 8th Street); among the speakers will be NYC resident Rita Lasar, whose brother was lost at the WTC, and Medea Benjamin of Global Exchange, who led the delegation; Amy Goodman of “Democracy Now” will host the event; sponsored by War Resisters League, Park Slope Greens; contact Ruth Benn, 718-768-7306, Ted Lewis, 718-923-1522; for Global Exchange information, contact Jason Mark, 415-255-7296 x 230

Jan. 21, New York City — Teach-In "In the Spirit of Dr. King: Exploring the Meaning of Peace Today and Tomorrow," 1 - 4:30 pm, Adelphi University, 75 Varick Street, 2nd Floor; contact: Molly, Michele, or Erika, Global Kids, 212-226-0130

Jan. 21, Valley Forge, PA — Day of Resistance to Lockheed Martin, noon, Lockheed Martin, Mall & Goddard Boulevards, (behind the King of Prussia Mall) for a rally and nonviolent civil disobedience (call by January 10 to participate in the civil disobedience); 610-544-1818 brandywine@juno.com

Jan. 21, Charlotte, NC — Walk during annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade, Trade Street at Graham Street, meet 9:30 am behind the FLOC marchers (the Farm Labor Organizing Committee); Charlotte Coalition for Peace & Justice, 704-364-3835, uuforpeace@cs.com, www.cpjnc.tripod.com

Jan. 21, Honolulu, HI — Walk from Ala Moana Beach Park to Honolulu Zoo, wear green ribbons and/or ti leaves; Kyle Kajihiro, Hawaii Ad Hoc Committee for Peace, 808-988-6266, keboi@aol.com

Jan. 19-22, New York City — From Chaos to Community: A weekend of educational, healing, and protest events focusing on the ongoing war against the people of Iraq and the bombing of Afghanistan; sponsored by WRL, Voices in the Wilderness and hosted by Kairos Community/ALC; call WRL, 212-228-0450 or 800-975-9688; for an Acrobat pdf flyer about the event, click here

Jan. 19 & 20, Philadelphia, PA — Is Iraq Next?, Friends Center, 1501 Cherry Street, Saturday, 7 pm, Denis Halliday & Kathy Kelly, Sunday, 1 pm, Edmund Ghareeb & Rabbi Douglas Krantz; contact Peter Lems, AFSC, Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting.

Jan. 19, Asheville, NC — ‘Path to Peace, a continuing dialogue’ teach-in, 12:30 - 6 pm, Lipinski Auditorium, Univ of North Carolina; Western North Carolina Peace Coalition, 828-271-0022, WNCPC@Main.nc.us, Main.nc.us/wncpc; Saturday evening, The Grey Eagle will host ‘In Concert for Peace,’ 6 pm, a concert benefiting the WNC Peace Coalition and the Martin Luther King Prayer Breakfast

Jan. 19, Tampa, FL — Rally, 6901 S. Macdill Ave. at Marcum Dr. in Gadson Park adjacent to MacDill AFB, U.S. Central Command; Sandy Thompson, Florida Alliance for Peace and Social Justice, 727-698-3092, sandra.thompson@verizon.net, www.macdillpeacerally.org, 941-594-5754, 727-826-6960

Jan. 17, San Francisco, CA — Celebrate the Birthday of the Anti-War King! Live Readings and Performances, featuring “Declaration of Independence from the War in Vietnam” plus original music, dance and spoken word inspired by MLK (videos too!), 225 Potrero Ave at 15th St. Martin de Porres House of Hospitality, 7 to 9 pm; sponsored by War Resisters League West, 415-282-6580; wrlwest@riseup.net. Please consider reading or performing; just contact Jim Haber at WRL-West

Jan. 1 - 21, NYC to DC — Walk from Manhattan to the Pentagon against war and racism, and for justice, peace, and nonviolence; contact Rebecca Johnson at Becky@riseup.net

Jan. 16, Los Angeles, CA — IAC vigil, Westwood Federal Bldng; Preston Wood or Scott Scheffer, International ANSWER Coalition, 213-487-2368, iacenterla@action-mail.org, www.internationalanswer.org

Jan. 15, Brooklyn, NY — “Nonviolence in a Time of Crisis” talk with WRL staff David McReynolds, 7 pm, Eco Books, 837 Union St., 2nd fl.; 718-623-2698

Jan. 15, Valley Forge, PA — Remember the Dream — Make War No More!, noon, bell-tolling vigil at Lockheed Martin, Mall & Goddard Boulevards, Valley Forge, PA (behind the King of Prussia Mall); 610-544-1818 brandywine@juno.com

Jan. 1, Worcester, MA — Vigil against the ongoing War in Afghanistan, Lincoln Square, 4 - 5 pm; Worcester Peace Works, worcprogressives@juno.com

Dec. 28, Philadelphia, PA — Protest against Israeli occupation of Palestine, 12 noon, Market St. (north side) between 9th & 10th Sts. in Center City; Jewish Mobilization for a Just Peace, jmjp_philly@yahoo.com, 215-848-4598.

Dec. 28, Philadelphia, PA — Vigil, 4 pm, the Liberty Bell, Market St (between 5th and 6th) followed by a Mass at St. Augustine's, 4th & Vine; Catholic Peace Fellowship (as part of Pax Christi's Call to act for peace), 610-544-1818, brandywine@juno.com

Dec. 25, Kure, Hiroshima, Japan — Rally organized by the Peace Movement Center to protest against Japan's SDF (Self Defence Forces) dispatching its military fleet overseas

Dec. 25, Baltimore, MD — Vigil, 5 - 6 pm, 4806 York Road; AFSC Baltimore, mobuszewski@afsc.org

Near Christmas Day, Nationwide — A day of national Examination of Conscience, involving teach-ins, fasting, and a call to the national community to pause and reflect on how we have performed and how this has triggered adverse reactions from citizens of other nations; to get involved, contact Jim Hughes at Jayhughes28@aol.com.

Dec. 22, Shrewsbury, MA — Protest Against War, 11:30 am- 1 pm, Spags sidewalk, Route 9, Entrance; Worcester Peace Works, chi2wor@netzero.net

Dec. 22 — International day of protest against the "war on terrorism"; Lindsey or David lids359@hotmail.com with the location and time of your protest to go up on the website www.shiitakemushrooms.org/dec22protest.html; organized by Steal this Zine.

Dec. 22, Valley Forge, PA — Christmas Vigil for Peace, noon, Lockheed Martin, Mall & Goddard Boulevards (behind the King of Prussia Mall); Brandywine Peace Community, 610-544-1818 brandywine@juno.com

Dec. 22, Miramar, FL — Peace rally, 11 am-12 noon, in front of WalMart, University & Pembroke; Broward Citizens for Peace & Justice, browardpeace@cs.com.

Dec. 21, Portland, OR — Rally against Famine and War, Pioneer Courthouse Sq.; Douglas Lain, Portland Peaceful Response, 603-223-1399, douglain@yahoo.com, www.portlandpeacefulresponse.org, www.douglaslain.f2s.com/protest.html

Dec. 16, New York City — Stand for Peace, 1 pm, Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree (49th St. between 5th & 6th Aves.); New York Coalition for Peace and Justice; call WRL, 212-228-0450 for more information

Dec. 16, Charlotte, NC — Rally for Peace and Justice, 3 pm, Marshall Park; Charlotte Coalition for Peace and Justice, 704-364-3835, uuforpeace@cs.com, cpjnc.tripod.com

Dec. 15, Shrewsbury, MA — Protest Against War, 11:30 am- 1 pm, Spags sidewalk, Route 9, Entrance; Worcester Peace Works, chi2wor@netzero.net

Dec. 15, Springfield, PA — Vigil for Peace, 11 am, Keystone Park, Baltimore Pike at Chester Road (located across from Kids-r-Us on Baltimore Pike, between the Springfield Mall Route 320, and Route 420/Woodland Ave.), followed by a short walk to the Springfield Mall and back to Keystone Park; information: 610-544-1818, brandywine@juno.com

Dec. 15, Hollywood, FL — Peace rally, 11 am-12 noon, S.E. corner 441 and Hollywood Blvd.; Broward Citizens for Peace & Justice, browardpeace@cs.com.

Dec. 15, Urbana, IL — Teach-in on Afghanistan and beyond, 10 am, UIUC Urbana Campus McKinley Foundation, 5th & Daniel; www.anti-war.net

Dec. 14, Worcester, MA — Mass for an End to War, St. Paul's Cathedral, 15 Chatham Street; contact Brenna Cussen 755-0815

Dec. 14, New York City — "Military Myths" video screening — a video exposing the myths of the military promise and the truth about military life, 7 pm, 235 W. 23rd St. in Manhattan.

Dec. 14, New York City — Short works by filmmakers about lack of accurate media coverage in U.S. concerning Middle East conflicts, 7:30 pm until 8:30 pm, Great Hall, Cooper Union, 7 East 7th Street at 3rd Avenue; free; for information call Natalie Conn at 212-353-4195

Dec. 11, Washington, DC — Vigil For Peace, gather at the Northeast corner of the Ellipse, near the intersection of 15th and E Streets; contact People for Peace at 202-547-5556 ext 27 or Peace_Vigil@yahoo.com.

Dec. 10-11, Berea, KY — Peace Encampment, noon Dec. 10 to sundown Dec. 11, Fairchild Hall, Chestnut St., Berea College; Patriots for Peace, contact: Matthew Cummins, 859-985-6147, Matthew_Cummins@berea.edu

Dec. 10, Northwood near London/UK — Civil disobedience at British military joint forces HQ, meet 7:30 am outside Northwood tube; preparation and training day on 1 December; www.northwood.cjb.net or call +44-7950 67099 or d10northwood@gmx.net.

Dec. 10, Chicago, IL — Protest nuclear power, time tba, Palmer House, State & Monroe; Nuclear Energy Information Service, 847-869-7650 or neis@forward.net

Dec. 9, Evanston, IL —Town Hall Peace Meeting, 3 pm, Saint Nicholas Church, 1120 Washington Street; Neighbors for Peace, 847-733-7141

Dec. 9, Denver, CO — Public fast & funeral march for Afghanistan public; fast from 10 am to sunset at Fillmore Plaza at 1st & Fillmore (in Cherry Creek); funeral march will meet at noon at SE corner of 1st & University; join the fast by signing your name: ccmep@hotmail.com; Mark Schneider, Colorado Campaign for Middle East Peace, 720-956-0700, ccmep@hotmail.com., www.CCMEP.org

Dec. 8, Baltimore, MD — Procession through the neighborhoods of Charles Village and Waverly to remember those lives lost in Afghanistan and demand an immediate end to the bombing & full humanitarian aid to the people, 34th & Charles St. (in front of Johns Hopkins University Library) at 11 am to 12:15 pm at St. John's United Methodist Church, 2640 St. Paul St. Fahima Vorgetts; Baltimore AntiWar Coalition, 410-323-7200, mobuszewski@afsc.org

Dec. 8, Charlotte, NC — Teach-in, 9 am - noon, Unitarian Universalist Church; Charlotte Coalition for Peace and Justice, 704-364-3835, uuforpeace@cs.com, cpjnc.tripod.com

Dec. 8, Ft. Lauderdale, FL — Rally, 1 - 4 pm, Sunrise Blvd. & N.E. 14th Ave.; Broward Anti-War Coalition, antiwarbroward@yahoo.com, groups.yahoo.com/group/antiwarbroward

Dec. 8, Chicago, IL — Teach-in about attack on civil liberties, 1 pm, Broadway Armory 5917 N. Broadway, 2nd Floor; Chicago Coalition Against War & Racism, www.chicagoantiwar.org

Dec. 7, Nationwide — A call for events to memorialize Pearl Harbor Day by highlighting and redefining the meaning of security.

Dec. 6, Boise, ID — Peace Tea and Meditation, 6 - 8 pm, 8th and Main; contact Liz Paul of the Idaho Peace Coalition at 6152 Plantation Lane, 208-853-4435, peacenow@qwest.net, groups.yahoo.com/group/idahopeacecoalition.

Dec. 4, New York City — Artists Respond to Terorism and War, 8 pm, New School University, 66 W. 12th St., Room 510; info: 212 229-5684; artists discuss the impact that terrorism and retaliation have on their art, their lives and their role as artists in society; including perspectives from different cultures and disciplines, this dialogue aims to further cross-cultural understandings.

Nov. 25 - Dec. 4, Washington, DC to New York City — A Walk for Healing and Peace; the route will include Baltimore, MD, Princeton, NJ, Philadelphia, PA, and Trenton, NJ, arriving in New York City December 1; information about the Philadelphia area events, Peter Lems, AFSC, 215-241-7170, Brandywine Peace Community, 610-544-1818; Voices in the Wilderness, www.nonviolence.org/vitw

Dec. 1, Worcester, MA — Nonviolence Training, 10 am - 5 pm, Clark University, Bethune Multicultural Center, 2nd Floor; please register with Leah Penniman, lpenniman@clarku.edu, 754-6532

Dec. 1, Camden, NJ — Teach-in about new anti-terrorism laws, noon - 3 pm, Newton Friends Meetinghouse, Haddon & Cooper Aves.; contact Kimberle Madden, Greater Camden Unity Coalition, 856-854-6183, maddpeace@aol.com

Dec. 1, Plantation, FL — Protest war toys, end the bombing of Afghanistan, 11 am to noon in front of Toys R Us on West Broward Blvd; Broward Citizens for Peace & Justice, browardpeace@cs.com.

Nov. 30, Tampa, FL — Emergency Demonstration to Defend Mazen Al-Najjar, Defend Civil Liberties and Stop the War, noon, Federal Building, 500 N. Zack St.; Coalition for Peace and Social Justice, templin@helios.acomp.usf.edu

Nov. 29, Ft. Lauderdale, FL — Forum on the U.S. war against Afghanistan, 7 pm, Unitarian-Universalist Church; Paul Lefrak, Broward Anti-War Coalition, antiwarbroward@yahoo.com, or www.groups.yahoo.com/group/antiwarbroward.

Nov. 28, Chester, PA — Walk (and bus tour) for Healing & Peace, noon, Calvary Baptist Church, 1616 W. 2nd St.; Brandywine Peace Community, (610) 544-1818, brandywine@juno.com, or House of Grace Catholic Worker, (215) 426-0364; Swarthmore, 3 pm, at the train station; Philadelphia, candlelight vigil, 5 pm, west side of City Hall, 15th & Market Sts., Voices in the Wilderness, www.nonviolence.org/vitw

Nov. 23, Worcester, MA — Protest Against War/Siege on Civil Liberties, 12 noon, Spags sidewalk, Route 9, Entrance, Shrewsbury,Worcester Peace Works

Nov 18, Houston, TX — Rally and March: march begins at the corner of Bellaire and Hillcroft, 1:30 pm; rally will follow at Sharpstown Green Park; Houston Coalition for Justice Not War and Houston Ac Now to Stop War and Racism, 713-802-1439 or 713-218-8063, or contact PJ Williams at hcjnw@hotmail.com.

Nov. 18, Los Angeles, CA — War Is Not The Answer - Spirit in Action. Interfaith Worship Service and Call to Conscience, 3:00 pm, First AME Church 2270S. Harvard Ave.; Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace. regas@pacbell.net or www.icujp.org.

Nov. 17, Kennebunk — Rally and march at Kennebunk church and to Bush estate in Kennebunkport, noon - 5 pm, sponsored by Maine Global Action Network, 967-2390.

Nov. 17, Salem, MA — Teach-in organized by the Peace Institute, Salem State College Faculty Dining Hall; contact Charlene MacDonald at (978)317-0172, SSCStudentsforpeace@excite.com.

Nov. 17, Miami, FL — Rally to protest the bombing, 3 - 5 pm, corner of Alton & Lincoln, Miami Beach; Miami Coalition Against the War, 305-754-9884, USSTAYHOME@YAHOO.COM, ftlpaul@yahoo.com

Nov. 17, Madison, WI — Walk; Lori Korte, Madison Area Peace Coalition, 608-251-3101, media@madpeace.org, www.madpeace.org

Oct. 27 - Nov. 17, NYC to DC — Walk for Peace from New York City to Washington, DC. Join individuals from the Omega Institute for as much of the walk as you wish. Walkers need help with hospitality. We will stop in Philadelphia and Baltimore. For more information, contact Palma Ryan, 845-266-4444 ext: 232, 233, palma52@yahoo.

Nov. 12, Deerfield, MA — Building Resistance Peace by Piece — Youth Conference, Woolman Hill, 10 am to 4 pm; for more information, directions or to reserve a space, call the American Friends Service Committee at 413.584.8975 or Franklin Community Action Corporation at 413-774-7028 x 125; space is limited, so please call by November 6; Nonviolence Roundtables every Sunday evening, 6 pm to 8:30 pm

Nov. 11, Portsmouth, NH — Veterans Day Peace Witness rally in Prescott Park from 1 - 4 pm, vigil in Market Square from 4 - 5 pm, children's activities and a candlelight vigil; contact NH Peace Action (Seacost): (603)659-2272; or (Concord): (603)228-0559; download a poster at www.nhpeaceaction.org, or visit www.afsc.org/nero/nenh.htm.

Nov. 11, New York City — International Gathering of Hope, 4 pm at the Hope Garden in Battery Park (next to the immigrant memorial, near the entrance to Castle Clinton) with music and performance, dance, festivity, and free food; contact www.gatheringofhope.org, 800-450-5456

Nov. 11, Dayton, OH — Rally starting at Cooper Park and a march for peace; AFSC & September 11th Coalition; contact Nate Smith, 937-278-4225

Nov. 11, Knob Noster, MO — Protest outside Whiteman Air Force Base (750 Arnold Ave.) — home of the B-2 bomber — 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm by Mid-Missouri Peaceworks; to carpool from Columbia, MO, meet in front of the Peace Nook (804C Broadway) at 12 noon; contact Tamela Meder, 573-875-0539, sustain@coin.org, www.peaceworks.org.

Nov. 11, San Antonio, TX — March, 1 pm , from Victoria Courts to Plaza de Zacate (Milam park), 2 pm, rally at Plaza de Zacate; Coalition for Peace, Esperanza Peace & Justice Center, 210-228-0201, esperanza@esperanzacenter.org, esperanzacenter.org

Nov. 11, Sacramento, CA — Bannering (holding large banners at four street corners), 11 am - 1 pm, Florin and Stockton; contact Peace Action, sypeaceact@jps.net, www.peace-action.org/, 448-7157

Nov. 10 & 11, Worldwide — International Days of Remembrance, Active Resistance to the Roots of War (ARROW), a London-based nonviolent direct action group, is calling for teach-ins/public meetings on Nov. 10, and anti-war vigils to oppose the war against Afghanistan and 3 minutes of silence on Nov. 11 at 8:45 am (ET) to remember the victims of Sept. 11; rubytoogood@hotmail.com, www.justicenotvengeance.org

Nov. 8-11, Denver, CO — Visualized.org holds a film festival dedicated to raising awareness for social and political change; www.visualized.org

Nov. 10, Worcester, MA — Weekend for Global Awareness & Peace: Nov. 9, debate; Nov. 10, workshops at Clark Univ., march & rally to Worcester City Hall; Nov. 11, World Music for World Peace; Matt or Leah, 754-6532, mfeinstein@clarku.edu

Nov. 10, Northampton, MA — Women's Congress for Peace, 10 am to 4:30 pm, First Churches, 129 Main St. (corner of Main and Center Streets); respond to: Jo Comerford at AFSC, 413-584-8975, afsc@crocker.com, Claudia Lefko, 413-584-0068, macevere@masssed.net

Nov. 10, New York City — Rally at United Nations, noon, 47th St between 1st and 2nd Ave; War is Not the Answer, 917-806-6452, laursene@earthlink.net, www.warisnottheanswer.org.

Nov. 10, Philadelphia, PA — A concert sponsored by Philadelphia-area Quakers, 7 pm, Friends Center (15th & Cherry Sts); 610-399-0684 (Annie Patterson &) Peter Blood

Nov. 10, Richmond, CA — Peaceful March and Festival for Global Justice, Not Environmental Racism, noon, Richmond BART, 2 pm; www.globalizethis.org action4justice@onebox.com, 510-343-2139 x5462

Nov. 9, San Francisco, CA — Fresitval of Alternatives, procession and action, Justin Hermann Plaza, foot of Market St. (Embarcadero BART); www.globalizethis.org action4justice@onebox.com, 510-343-2139 x5462

Nov. 7, Nationwide — A call for events emphasizing “Defense of Civil Liberties,” following the U.S. elections.

Nov. 7, Pueblo, CO — Forum at 7 pm, Barbara Fortino Room at the Pueblo Community College Campus; contact the Green Party, Robert Mahaney, 719-566-8449 or rmahaney4@home.com.

Nov. 6, New Britain, CT — Teach-in held by CCSU4Peace at Central CT State University, 11 am to 3 pm; contact Elizabeth Hill at ccsu4Peace@yahoogroups.com

Nov. 4, Hampton, CT — NE Nonviolence Trainers Network work session to share strategies and develop agendas for various kinds of nonviolence trainings, preparing for the present crisis. 11 am to 6 pm; contact: Kate Donnelly, katrush@neca.com

Nov. 4, Philadelphia, PA — Faith-based Peace Response, 5 pm, Project HOME, 1515 Fairmount Ave. (near the Fairmount Ave. stop on the Broad St. subway); Bob Smith, Brandywine Peace Community, 610-544-1818 or Johanna Berrigan, House of Grace Catholic Worker, 215-426-0364.

Nov. 4, Grass Valley, CA — Nevada County Peace Presence will hold a peace walk from 1 to 2:30 pm and potluck from 2:30 to 5 pm at Memorial Park; contact Beth Moore-Haines, haineshm@jps.net

Nov. 3, Denver, CO — The World Conference Against Racism & Xenophobia: A Call to Action, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, Iliff School of Theology, Corner of University and Iliff Sts.; contact: Ellen Moore at 303-258-1170 or Ed Hawley at 303-722-4003.

Nov. 3, Sacramento, CA — Bannering (holding large banners at four street corners), 11 am - 1 pm, Broadway at 16th; contact Peace Action, sypeaceact@jps.net, www.peace-action.org/, 448-7157

Nov. 3, Salem, OR — Peace Festival, 10 am- 2 pm, begins at Riverfront Park and then proceeds to the capitol steps starting at noon; contact: Marion-Polk Green Party, 503-362-9094, mpgreens.org; Oregon PeaceWorks, 503-585-2767, oregonpeaceworks.org; or Oregon Fellowship of Reconciliation, 503-566-7190. Event Flyer: mpgreens.org/handout6.pdf

Oct. 31, Kansas City, MO — Teach-in: "Building a new peace movement," 2:30 pm, UMKC Campus, Royall Hall 111, 52nd and Rockhill Rd.; contact Anthony Badgerow of the TEA Society, atb976@umkc.edu.

Oct. 29, Berkeley, CA — Student Organizing in the 90s: Lessons for Today's Movement, 7 - 8:30 pm, Casa Joaquin Murrieta (Chicano/Latino Student Co-op at UC Berkeley) 2336 Piedmont Ave., 510-841-1585

Oct. 28, New York City — Evening of solidarity with the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan, 6:30 - 8:30 pm, Judson Memorial Church, 55 Washington Square South (between Thompson and Sullivan Streets), seating is limited; organized by the New York Local of News and Letters Committees (Marxist-Humanists), www.newsandletters.org; nandl@igc.org; for more information or co-sponsor call 212-663-3631; to assist with the national RAWA tour, contact rawa_afg@yahoo.com www.rawa.org

Oct. 28, Colorado Springs, CO — Utopia Cafe will hold a benefit concert for NY to aid relief and promoting cultural understanding, Smokebrush Center for Arts, 235 S. Nevada Ave., noon to midnight; proceeds go to Red Cross NYC aid relief, Red Crescent relief for Pakistan and Afghanistan, Arab American Civil Rights League, Southern Poverty Law Center's Teaching Tolerance Program and the Rose & Thorn nonviolent conflict resolution program

Oct. 27, Springfield, MA — Rally to say NO to terrorism, racism, war & YES to economic justice, freedom and democracy for all, Federal Building, 1550 Main St., 2 pm; contact Jennifer at jenfasulo@hotmail.com or Nick at 538-8537 Espaρol 538-5770

Oct. 27, Fairview, NJ — Peace and Justice Teach-in, noon to 3 pm, Cooper and Haddon Aves.,Greater Camden Unity Coalition, contact 856-854-6183 for info and directions, maddpeace@aol.com

Oct. 27, Erdenheim, PA — Rally against War and Racism at Love Park, march 12 noon to the Libery Bell; War Resisters League-Philadelphia; contact Ben Waxman at 215-233-4317, waxie55@hotmail.com or awol.objector.org

Oct. 27, Charlotte, NC — Rally by International A.N.S.W.E.R.; David Dixon, nomorevictims@yahoo.com www.geocities.com/nomorevictims/nowar

Oct. 27, Atlanta, GA — March & Rally, 1 pm at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center 449 Auburn Ave. (at Boulevard Ave.); rally at 2 pm in Woodruff Park; Georgia Coalition for Peace, 678-222-2248 ext. 4750, ganowar@yahoogroups.com

Oct. 27, Nashville, TN — "Walk & Talk For Peace" and nonviolent Justice. Part walk, part teach-in, 1 - 4 pm, Acklen/21st Ave S with walk to Centennial Park; Citizens for a Just Economy, 3060B Anderson Rd., contact Susan McKay at 615.399-6809, amliberal@yahoo.com, www.amliberals.com

Oct. 27, Denver, CO — Colorado Campaign for Middle East Peace will hold a rally, noon, on the west steps of the State Capitol; contact Mark www.ccmep.org

Oct. 27, Laramie, WY — Rally and silent march to call for an end to America's bombing and violent actions in Afghanistan, Prexy's Pasture in the center of the University of Wyoming Campus, 10 am; contact Michael, mikeoxley@riseup.net

Oct. 27, Sacramento, CA — Rally, noon - 2 pm, Arden Way at Heritage (in front of Arden Fair Mall); contact Peace Action, sypeaceact@jps.net, www.peace-action.org/, 448-7157

Oct. 27, Seattle, WA — Candlelight Vigil for Victims of War in America & Afghanistan, 5 to 7 pm, Westlake Mall, 4th & Pine, Seattle;. Seattle 911 Peace Coalition, www.scn.org/911peace

Oct. 26, Seattle, WA — Noon, gather at Seattle Central Community College (Broadway & Pine) and march downtown to Westlake Park, rally to follow.

Oct. 25, Hartford, CT — MARCH AND RALLY, 5 pm, Bushnell Park carousel; Connecticut Anti-War Coalition, 860-685-4533.

Oct. 25, Philadelphia, PA — Vigil to Call Attention to the Effects of the Economic Sanctions on Iraq, 10:30-11:30 am, at the Liberty Bell; sponsored by Philadelphia Catholic Worker, 430 W Jefferson St. and Voices of Compassionl 215-232-7823 or 215-426-0364.

Oct. 24, Belgrade — Women in Black in Belgrade and around the world act to stop the military intervention in Afghanistan weekly nonviolent protest, 15:30 to 16:30, on the Republic Square. Belgrade.

OCT. 24, National Call-in to Washington to End the War — Call Washington, DC, from 8 am to 5 pm (Eastern Time):
• President George Bush via the White House comment line at 202-456-1111
• Sec. of State Colin Powell, 202-647-5291; fax 202-261-8577;
• Your congressperson, via the Capitol Switchboard 202-225-3121 or 202-224-3121

Click here for more information.

Oct. 24, New York City — Hunter College in New York City is holding a teach-in, 12 and 4 pm; contact Sharon Van Engen shaymve@yahoo.com

Oct. 24, Tampa, FL — The Progressive Coalition of Student Organizations, University of South Florida, is hosting a “Peace, Unity, Awareness” rally; contact Katie Templin, Campus Greens, templin@helios.acomp.usf.edu

Oct. 23, New York City — Forum on countering terrorism at 777 United Nations Plaza, at 44th St., 2nd Floor, 6 pm; World Federalist Association of Greater New York, 212-355-3534 or wfany@rcn.com, www.wfa.org

Oct. 23, Bronx, NY — Community Forum about WTC attacks and the "War on Terrorism" at 7 pm, M.S. 80 auditorium (149 E. Mosholu Parkway); contact Chloe at the Mosholu Woodlawn South Community Coalition: 718-655-1054, chtribic@hotmail.com

Oct. 22, Worcester, MA — Worcester Peace Works ~ Sen. Kerry, meet for tabling & fliers, 1 pm Tilton Hall, Clark University

Oct. 21, Budapest, Hungary — Bokor will sponsor a walk; contact Bisztrai Gyφrgy bokor.bekemenet@extra.hu, www.extra.hu/bokor.bekemenet/

Oct. 20, New York City — GI Rights Training; Central Committee for Conscientious Objection and the War Resisters League present Basic Training for Peace, 9 am - 5 pm, 339 Lafayette Street (at Bleecker); this is NOT a training for draft counseling; this training prepares individuals to assist with the GI Rights Hotline; pre-registration required by Wednesday October 17; to register or for more information, teresa@objector.org or call WRL at 212-228-0450.

Oct. 20, Phoenix, AZ — Rally,11 am-1 pm at Wesley Bolin Plaza (17th Ave between Adams and Jefferson); Arizona Alliance for Peaceful Justice; contact Sherry Bohlen, sherry@oraclearchitecture.com, www.AZpeace.org

Oct. 20, Seattle, WA — United Nations Association conference at St Mark's Cathedral entitled "PROMOTING PEACE IN THE BUSH ERA," contact Martin Fleck, info@unaseattle.org, www.unaseattle.org

Oct. 19 & 20, Portland, OR — Oregon Coalition Against Weapons in Space and Nuclear Power in Space is holding a forum; Teach-In Oct. 20, 1 - 4 pm, Portland State University, Shattuck Hall; contact Barbara Drageaux, bjdrgx@uswest.net

Oct. 19, Providence, RI — Rally, 4:30 pm. I believe it will be ongoing every Friday. Meanwhile, the Justice not War vigil continues daily Monday thru Friday noon-1:00 in Memorial Square Park outside the R.I. Superior/Supreme Courthouse on South Main Street in Providence. If you are interested in vigiling in Newport please contact Tom Perotti at domperro@yahoo.com

Oct. 19, Springfield, PA — Delaware County Peace & Justice Meeting, 7 pm, Springfield Friends Meeting House, Marple Road; a simple meal at 6 pm; sponsored by Brandywine Peace Community, Delaware County Pledge of Resistance, and Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Swarthmore-Delco Branch; 610-544-1818, brandywine@juno.com

Oct. 19, Easton, PA — Lehigh Valley Greeens will hold a silent vigil, Center Square, 4:00 to 5:30 pm; wear black or dark clothes if you can; contact Guy gray, SCKND80@aol.com

Oct. 18, Philadelphia, PA — Public lecture, Israeli peace activist Uri Avnery, 7 pm, 3619 Locust Walk, University of Pennsylvania; Nubar Hovsepian (Middle East Center), 215-898-4690 or nubarh@sas.upenn.edu, Kathy Bergen (AFSC), 215-241-7019 or kbergen@afsc.org; for information on events in New York City (Oct. 19-22) and Washington, DC (Oct. 22-27) check www.afsc.org

Oct. 18, Davis, CA — Davis Coalition to End the sanctions Against Iraq is holding a rally, UC Davis, South Side of Memorial Union, meet at flag pole; contact Patricia Daugherty, ctmp@aol.com, landau.ucdavis.edu/garrod/IraqWeb/Coalition.html

Oct. 16, Sacramento, CA — Rally, 4 - 6 pm, 16th and J St, Sacramento; contact Peace Action, sypeaceact@jps.net, www.peace-action.org/, 448-7157

Oct. 15 & 16, Okinawa, Japan — Women Sit-in for Peace will hold a sit-in, Naha, Okinawa; contact Kozue Akibayashi, a-kozue@mpd.biglobe.ne.jp

Oct. 14, Boston, MA — United for Justice with Peace will hold a rally at Copley Square, 3 pm in Copley Square, including speakers, performances, food and a march to Blackstone Park; contact Kurt Snyder, ksnyder@pragt.com, JusticeWithPeace.org

Oct. 14, New York City — Urgent gathering for student activists in NYC area, 4 pm, location TBA; Columbia University/Morningside Heights People for Peace Coalition; each active coalition in the city should send UP TO FIVE ELECTED DELEGATES; contact lpd23@columbia.edu or jk2049@columbia.edu immediately; let us know what campus you're from and a rough estimate of how many people you'll bring to this meeting; send us a list of your elected delegates by Oct. 10

Oct. 14, Swarthmore, PA — An Interfaith Vigil & Plea for Peace,1 - 2 pm, Keystone Park, located on Baltimore Pike and Chester Rd., across from Kids-R-Us, 1/2 mile from the Springfield Mall and Rt. #320

Oct. 14, Ft. Worth, TX — Vigil to protest the bombings, 4 pm to 6 pm at the office of Republican Congresswoman Kay Granger, University Drive near the TCU campus; Peace Action Tarrant County.

Oct. 14, Tucson, AZ — Community teach-in “National Missile Defense in the New War Climate,” 2 p.m. at the Main Library, 101 N. Stone; Tucson Coalition Against Star Wars, 751-4177 or 624-4789.

Oct. 14, Los Angeles, CA — Teach-in on Terrorism, Afghanistan, US Foreign Policy, Immigration and Civil Liberties, Cal Arts, 3 - 6 pm, in the Bijou Theater; contact: janet.sarbanes@calarts.edu

OCT. 13, NEW YORK CITY — Rally for the International Day of Protest to Stop the Militarization of Space, Washington Square Park, 1 - 4 pm; join Amy Goodman, Daniel Berrigan, and Bill Hartung; for more information or to get involved with the Abolition 2000 Working Group NY, call 212-228-0450 or email kheffel@afsc.org; click here for a downloadable (Acrobat [pdf]) version of the flyer

Oct. 13, Hartford, CT — Rally for Peace and Justice, Capitol Steps facing Bushnell Park, 1:30 pm

Oct. 13, Moorestown, NJ / Valley Forge, PA — Protest to Stop the Militarization of Space & the State of War: 10 am - noon, gather at Aegis site, Centreton & Hartford Rds., Moorestown for bannering protest and sound truck at various points around the Lockheed Martin complex; 3 pm - 5 pm, Lockheed Martin, Mall & Goddard Boulevards, Valley Forge (behind the King of Prussia Mall); Brandywine Peace Community, 610-544-1818 brandywine@juno.com

Oct. 13, Tucson, AZ — Stop the Militarization of Space demonstration at Raytheon Missile Systems; follow signs at Nogales Highway and Aeropark Rd. (2nd lights south of Valencia) for parking; vigil and bannering at noon followed by rally with speakers and music at 12:30; 520-323-8697.

Oct. 12, Philadelphia, PA — Rally at City Hall, 15th Street Side; contact Cypher, 215-925-5116, cyphaerie@angelfire.com

Oct. 12, Ft. Lauderdale, FL — Demonstration/vigil for Peace and Justice, 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm, United States Federal Courthouse, 299 East Broward Blvd; contact: Henri Breitenkam, graceecumenical@aol.com or 954-979-6992, Broward Citizens for Peace and Justice and Broward County Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty

Oct. 12, Salem, OR — Oregon peace works will hold a vigil at the Capitol, 5 pm; contact Chani, zchanni@hotmail.com, www.oregonpeaceworks.com

Oct. 11, Kent, OH — Teach-in will be held, 7 pm, at the Kent State University Student Center. Contact Mike Pesa

Oct. 11, Berkeley, CA — The just formed California Schools Against the War (C-SAW) has called for a co-ordinated campus day of action to focus specifically on the issue of student visas and civil rights; CSAW also has plans for an emergency response in the event of full-scale war, and a major anti-war conference to be held in Berkeley in November, with both educational and planning functions.

Oct. 10, Nationwide — A NATIONAL CALL-IN for PEACE through JUSTICE! 8 am - 5 pm EST, call from a telephone nearest you! President George Bush, 202-456-2580; or the White House comment line, 202-456-1111; or Sec. of State Colin Powell, 202-647-5291, fax 202-261-8577; or Congressional Switchboard, 202-225-3121 or 202-224-3121; for fax numbers, www.congress.gov; Education for Peace in Iraq Center (EPIC), 202-543-6176

Oct. 9, Denmark — In the four major cities people met at 8 pm, generally at the town halls; in Copenhagen 1000-1500 turned up, in Aarhus the national TV mentioned 300, in Aalborg 40 and Fredericia 80-100; the main slogan and name of the effort is "Nej til Krig og Terror" (No to War and Terror).

Oct. 9, New Haven, CT — Yale University: Speak Out! 4 pm, Cross Campus, wear a white armband as long as you are troubled by the current events (next meeting: 8:30 pm Wednesday, Dwight Hall, room TBA); contact: charles.billington@yale.edu

Oct. 9, White Plains, NY — “Walk for Peace” from 4:30 to 6:30 pm; meet at 255 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd at 4 pm, walk to White Plains train station at 4:30 pm and hand out fliers to commuters and then march back to the WESPAC office; contact Nada Khader or Grace Braley, 914-682-0488.

Oct. 9, Kent, OH — WAR PIGS benefit concert, 11 am to 9 pm, at Kent State University, Manchester Field (behind Student Center); contact Mike Pesa, mpesa@kent.edu, www.kentchange.org ; all bands/artists will play their interpretation of Black Sabbath's 1970 anti-war song "War Pigs" to benefit the SEIU September 11th Relief Fund (www.seiu.org) This money goes directly to workers affected by the recent attacks.

Oct. 9, Denver, CO — The Peace Rally, Lincoln Park (across from the Capitol, between Broadway & Lincoln), 5 pm-7 pm; bring symbols of peace, such as posters/signs, flags, musical intstruments, children, flowers, etc.; no candles please; contact Nancy Stohlman, coloradopeacerally@hotmail.com

Oct. 9, Helena, MT — Helena Peace Seekers will hold a public forum for open discussion about terrorism; contact Chip Clawson and Anjalie Graham bass@initco.net (or) agraham@ascc.carroll.edu

Oct. 8, Auckland, New Zealand — Emergency peace vigil in Aotea Square at 5 pm in response to the US and British air strikes on Afghanistan; Auckland Anti-War Coallition, Chloe Heffernan (021) 160 29 20/ 3737599 ext 4657, Maire Leadbeater 09-376-9098 or cell phone 025-436-957

Oct. 8, New York City — “Safe Haven: Promoting Unity and Tolerance” roundtable discussion at noon, W. 117th Street and Broadway, Room 101 in Barnard Hall; People for Peace and the Barnard Center for Research on Women, Yvonne Liu, 646-321-5710, yl90@columbia.edu, Mischa Byruck, 212-853-6557, msb174@columbia.edu

Oct. 8, New Brunswick, NJ — Emergency rally to the stop the war, 6 pm, on the steps of Brower Commons, across from the Rutgers Student Center, College Avenue; The Anti-War Coalition

Oct. 8, Concord, NH — Rally with speakers and musicians at on the Statehouse lawn, begins 3 pm and ends with a candlelight vigil at 6 pm; contact Lauren C. Cannon@ yahoo.com

Oct. 8, Hartford, CT — Vigil for peace and justice, Federal Building on Main Street, 5 - 6 pm.

Oct. 8, Middletown, CT — Teach-in, discussions, workshops focused on non-violence; Peaceful Justice student organization of Wesleyan University; contact Jess Duvall, peacefuljustice@hotmail.com, www.peacefuljustice.cjb.net

Oct. 8, Philadelphia, PA — PEACE ALERT TO THE U.S. STATE OF WAR,. noon, west side of Phila. City Hall, 15th & Market Sts.; Brandywine Peace Community, 610-544-1818 brandywine@juno.com

Oct. 8, Charlotte, NC — International A.N.S.W.E.R will hold a vigil, Federal Building (401 W.Trade St) at 5 pm; contact David Dixon, nomorevictims@yahoo.com www.geocities.com/nomorevictims/nowar

Oct. 8, Tucson, AZ — Join the Raytheon Peacemakers from 6:30 - 7:30 a.m. at Nogales Highway and Hermans Road for their monthly peace vigil (every second Monday) outside Raytheon's missile and bomb factory, to oppose the weapons produced by Raytheon; Felice and Jack at 520-323-8697 or Pat at 520-908-9269.

Oct. 8, Portland, OR — Demonstration, 4 pm at Terry Shrunk Plaza to protest the bombings that have begun in Afghanistan, SW 3rd and Madison; PPRC portland911.tripod.com/ PPRC, 503-223-1399

OCT. 7, ACROSS THE COUNTRY — The National Coalition for Peace and Justice, representing the nation’s largest peace organizations, asks its member groups and networks to organize a national day of action for peace in local communities across the country.

Oct. 7, Tokyo, Japan — We say No! To Terrorism and Retaliation:Women's Relay-Talk against War Cooperation, 12 pm - 1 pm in the Ginza; akaishi@jca.apc.org, femin@jca.apc.org

Oct. 7, Bangor, ME — Peace gathering, 2 - 4 pm, Hammond Street Church; 4 - 5 pm, discussion of how to work for peace and justice in the region; call 942-9343.

Oct. 7, Taunton, MA — Teach-in, Pax Christi, patmcs1@juno.com

Oct. 7, Willimantic, CT — Peace march 5 pm (following the Willimantic Food Coop Fair) from 27 Meadow Street to the Frog Bridge.

OCT. 7, NEW YORK CITY — MARCH AND RALLY at 3 pm, assemble at Union Square, 14th and Broadway (the WRL contingent will gather at NW section of park); Interfaith Service from 2:30 - 3:00 pm; please bring candles and wear white for mourning and peace; contact 212-228-0450, www.nynotinourname.org; leaflets and posters available War Resisters League, 339 Lafayette Street, 212-228-0450 to arrange pick up.

Oct. 7, Hudson, NY — Gathering for Peace, Justice and Reverence for Life at the 7th Street Park, 2 pm; organized by Columbia Cty Greens; contact Fran Miller, ancabhan@taconic.net

Oct. 7, Smithtown, NY — Long Island WRL is organizing a Walk starting at Town Hall and marching down Main Street; contact rogersnyder@liwrl.org; www.liwrl.org

Oct. 7, Ithaca, NY — Silent vigil on The Commons from 1:00 to 1:30 pm; contact: Pete Meyers 256-9733 (h), 227-4778 (cell), truthisonepathsaremany@yahoo.com, groups.yahoo.com/group/ithacapeacenetwork

Oct. 7, Philadelphia, PA — Community March For Peace, solemn procession with drums, banners, and puppets , 1 -3 pm, beginning at Broad & Diamond St., ending at 15th and Cherry Sts.; community gathering, 2 - 6:30 pm; Philadelphia Peaceful Response 215-843-4493/4, phillypeaceresponse@yahoo.com; contact Karen Moldovan, SOAWatchNE@aol.com, www.soaw-ne.org/pdf/flier.PDF; for a copy of the flier for these events: groups.yahoo.com/group/peacenotrevenge/files/antiwarmarch.pdf, Mitch Chanin 215-698-2422

Oct. 7, Bethlehem, PA — LEPOCO Peace Center vigil, Rose Garden, 8th Ave amd Union Blvd; contact Nancy Tate, lepoco@postmark.net, 610-691-8730 [125 people participated]

Oct. 7, Harrisburg, PA — Peace vigil on capitol steps, Mary Herzel Harrisburg, Fherzel@aol.com

Oct. 7, West Palm Beach, FL — Prayer Vigil, Beth Cioffoletti, 4thr@gate.net

Oct. 7, Chicago, IL— Participants will gather at Buckingham Fountain at 5 pm for a candlelight vigil to voice opposition to U.S. military intervention and war; for more information or to volunteer for the Chicago Peace Response Vigil, call 312-427-2533; Illinois Peace Action, 312-939-3316

Oct. 7, St. Louis, MO — Candlelight vigil on campus; Michael Schreiner, SCHREIMJ@slu.edu

Oct. 7, Madison, WI — Walk from Library Mall to the federal courthouse, the state capitol, and city/county buildings carrying signs that denounce current attempts to erode our civil liberties; Ivan Welander, idwelander@students.wisc.edu, Madison Area Peace Coalition, www.madpeace.org

Oct. 7, Ft. Worth, TX — Vigil to protest the bombings, the steps of the Tarrant County Courthouse; Peace Action Tarrant County, Texas Christian University student members of SPAN (Student Peace Action Network), Quakers, Unitarians, and Muslims

Oct. 7, Fremont, CA — Interfaith prayer service; Faye Butler, fayenjack@earthlink.net

Oct. 7, Coos Bay, OR — “Talking Circle, Dialogue, Sing-along, Prayer Vigil, and period of Silence” at the Mingus Park Gazebo, 5 to 7:30 pm; contacts: Shinan, 541-888-0114 or Dennis at 541-888-8234.

Oct. 7, Olympia, WA — The Consortium on Peace Resources Education and Development held a rally attended by at least 600; contact copred@evergreen.edu, www.evergreen.edu/user/copred

Oct. 6, New York City — The Latino Coalition for Peace conference on “Working for Peace: The impact of war on immigrant communities,” 2 pm - 5 pm, Theater for the New City, 155 First Avenue (corner of 10th St.); 646-226-9015 or elpueblounido01@hotmail.com.

Oct. 6, Montclair, NJ — New Jersey Peace Action teach-in from 1 - 4 pm, Montclair Unitarian Church, 67 Church Street; contact Madelyn Hoffman, njsane@igc.org, www.njpeaceaction.org

Oct. 5, New York City — Community forum on WTC attacks, patriotism, and racial profiling, 6:30 pm, 1941 Madison Ave (between 124 and 125 Streets), Harlem

Oct. 5, Springfield, PA — Delaware County Peace Meeting, 7 pm, Delaware County Peace Center, Springfield Friends Meeting House, Marple Road; 610-544-1818, brandywine@juno.com

Oct. 4, Rock Island, IL — Quad Citians for Peace vigil at Rock Island County Court House; contact Pamela Spencer

Oct. 4, Gallup, NM — Ancient Way Festival and Teach-In; Ancient Way Festival includes speakers promoting peace and nuclear abolition—event is held each year at University of NM; www.angelfire.com/folk/AMMON/article.html

Oct. 3, New York City — Queers For Racial & Economic Justice is organizing a teach-in on at the Brecht Forum 122 West 27th St; contact Jesse Heiwa, qfrej-subscribe@yahoogroups.com Queer People of Color Organizing Against War & Racism

Oct. 3, New York City — A forum, “Causes, Responses, Long-Term Solutions,” 7 - 9 p.m, NY Law School, Stiefel Room, 47 Worth Street, sponsored by National Lawyers Guild, (212) 627-2656, nlg.org

Oct. 2, New York City — New York University Teach-In: “How should the United States and other countries respond to September 11?,” from 6 - 8:30 pm, Judson Memorial Church Washington Square South at Thompson Street

Oct. 2, Bloomington, IL — Candlelight vigil on the east side of the Old Courthouse from 7 to 8 pm; contact: Julie Hile for Bloomington/Normal Citizens for Peace and Justice hile@hilegroup.com

Oct. 2, Boise, ID — Idaho Peace Coalition is planning a vigil at 7 pm at Capitol Park across the street from the Statehouse; contact Liz Paul, peacenow@qwest.net

Oct. 2, Denver, CO — The Peace Rally, Lincoln Park (across from the Capitol, between Broadway & Lincoln), 5 pm-7 pm; bring symbols of peace, such as posters/signs, flags, musical intstruments, children, flowers, etc.; no candles please; contact Nancy Stohlman, coloradopeacerally@hotmail.com

Oct. 1 - 5, Storrs, CT — University of Connecticut students, faculty and staff wear a green armband and/or a hijab (headscarf) as support for those who live within a hostile environment and to symbolize your intolerance for racism and hate; www.freeuconn.org.

Oct. 1, Canton, GA — Vigil at Courthouse Square, Canton, Cherokee County, GA; sponsored by Canton's for Peace; contact Allen Thompson WLPage31@aol.com

Sept. 30, Washington, DC — Washington Peace Center and AFSC are sponsoring two events to call for Peace and Justice, not War: Memorial Gathering for Victims of Violence beginning at 11 am, Malcolm X Park, 16th and Euclid; and March Against War, a community walk from Malcolm X Park into surrounding neighborhoods; Washington Peace Center, Maria Ramos, wpc@igc.org; 202-234-2000, www.washingtonpeacecenter.org [afterword: 3000 to 5000 people took part]

Sept. 30, Geneva, Switzerland — Walk sponsored by GSsA-group for a Switzerland Without Army, PO Box 151, Geneva; “Stop the worlwide terror escalation through struggle for global justice”; www.gssa.ch

Sept. 29-30, Middletown, CT — Teach-in at Wesleyan University starting in Shanklin 107, 11 am Saturday and ending at 4 pm Sunday; housing available; for schedule and speakers, contact Adam Hurter, ahurter@wesleyan.edu or 860-285-8831

Sept. 29, Providence, RI — Project Plowshares will hold a rally, “Justice Not War - Stop Racist Scapegoating” in Waterplace Park at 2 pm; contact Joyce Katzberg, organize@prodigy.net

Sept. 29, Hudson, NY — Rally/vigil to offer support to Humanity; bring signage as you choose and help us affect change; sponsored by Columbia Cty Greens; contact Fran at ancabhan@taconic.net

Sept. 29, Montclair, NJ — First of two teach-ins, 1 - 4 p.m. at St. Peter Claver Church, 56 Elmwood, sponsored by NJ Peace Action; Madelyn Hoffman; njsane@igc.org; www.njpeaceaction.org; a second, larger teach-in is planned for October 6 at the Unitarian Church in Montclair.

Sept. 29, Denver, CO — Colorado Campaign for Middle East Peace will hold a rally; Peace with Justice Not War — March & Gathering, 10 am to Noon; meet at the Martin Luther King statue (17th & York) at City Park, 10 am; we will walk to the City and County Building (Bannock, between 13th & 14th, directly west of the Capitol), 720-956-0700. www.ccmep.org

Sept. 29, Helena, MT — Helena Peace Seekers held a Just Action Rally: a Nonviolent Response; contact Chip Clawson and Anjalie Graham, bass@initco.net (or) agraham@ascc.carroll.edu

Sept. 29, Los Angeles, CA — Vigil at 2 pm at Westwood Federal Building,Veteran & Wilshire; contact: Doug Barnett; quakerla@loop.com; www.actionla.org/peace; sponsored by actionla; partial list of endorsing groups include Acting In Solidarity With The Afghan People (ASAP); Buddhist Peace Fellowship - Los Angeles; Caltech Progressive Coalition; Clergy and Laity United For Economic Justice (CLUE); Coastal Convergence Society; Committee In Solidarity With The People of El Salvador (CISPES); Fellowship Of Reconciliation; National Lawyers Guild-Los Angeles; Office of the Americas Peace and Justice Committee of Immaculate Heart Community; Reverend Al G. Cohen; Unity and Diversity World Council

Sept. 29, Highland Park, CA — A Community Forum: Immigrant Communities in the aftermath; St. Mary Coptic Orthodox Church 4900 Cleland Ave. (off Figueroa, west on 50th St, make left on El Paso Dr., left on Cleland Ave), 5 - 8 pm; for more information call CHIRLA, (213)353-1782, Pilipino Workers Center (213) 739-8803

Sept. 29, Medford, OR — Walk at Alba Park, across from Federal Building; tabling at Multicultural Fair from 10 am to 5 pm, plus we will unfurl the giant dove puppet and walk around the park and the federal building just across the street; an ongoing discussion group, meets for the third time on October 7 at 5 pm at Peace House with a potluck; peacehse@mind.net

Sept. 28, Swarthmore, PA — A Procession for Peace, 6 pm, beginning at the Swarthmore Train Station, south side (just off Route #320 and just above the Train Station underpass); Brandywine Peace Community, Delaware Co.; Pledge of Resistance; and the Swarthmore-Delco; Women's International League for Peace & Freedom

Sept. 28, Kansas City, MO — TEA Society is holding a rally at the University of Missouri-Kansas City: breezeway, 51st and Holmes; Anthony Badgerow, atb976@umkc.edu.

Sept. 28, Kansas City, MO — Vigil at 4:45 pm; individuals seeking to avoid an irrational, vengeful response to the September 11th events; meet at JC Nichols Fountain on the Plaza; organized by Justice Not Revenge Network Contact Ian Bushner, malikchavez@hotmail.com

Sept. 28, Los Angeles, CA — Candlelight vigil, 6:30 pm, corner of First and Alameda Streets in Little Tokyo; Nikkei for Civil Rights & Redress Japanese American Citizens League Little Tokyo Service Center (323) 680-3484, www.ncrr-la.org/, Japanese American Citizens League (213) 626-4471 JACL, www.jacl.org/

Sept. 28, Eureka, CA — The Redwood Peace Coalition and many other groups have scheduled open meetings; panel discussion 11 am to 12:30 pm at College of the Redwoods, Lakeview Rm.; for more info: David Meserve of Redwood Peace Coalition at 822-1469; Kathleen of Humboldt Watershed Council at 822-8371; John Sloane of Humboldt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at 822-7619.

Sept. 27, Port Angeles, WA — About 60 people got together at the Veterans' Park for speeches and a walk around town with signs

Sept. 26, Cairo, Egypt — Vigil in Maadi; this is an interfaith open vigil for peace, 7-10 pm. 9-10 pm will focus on the youth peace movement; sponsored by Church of St. John the Baptist; Joanne Cummings, peacevigilcairo@yahoo.com

Sept. 25-30, Western Massachusetts — Peace walk from Northfield to Springfield; Traprock Peace Center, 103A Keets Road Deerfield, MA 01342, 413-773-7427 www.traprockpeace.org

Sept. 25-28, Vermont/West. Mass. — Walk from Brattleboro, VT to Holyoke, MA; contact Sunny Miller, Traprock Peace Center, traprock@crocker.com, traprockpeace.org; co-sponsored by Traprock Peace Center and Leverett Peace Pagoda, with other groups (TBA) joining; may link up with walk to NYC Sept 29-30

Sept. 25, New York City — Banner making party (for the War Resisters League’s weekly vigil at Union Square); 7 pm at Mary House Catholic Worker auditorium, 55 East 3rd Street, between 1st and 2nd; please RSVP to Berrigaf@newschool.edu

Sept. 25, Hartford, CT — Candlelight vigil in front of the Federal Building on Main Street, 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm; AFSC, 860-522-5995, mmorris@afsc.org

Sept. 25, Saginaw, MI — Forum was held at Saginaw State University; sponsored by Amnesty International, contact Rosalie Riegle, riegle@svsu.edu

Sept. 25, Santa Fe, NM — Buddhist Peace Fellowship held five days of prayer/meditation in public at the Federal Building; contact Sarah Laeng-Gilliat

Sept. 23, Boston — 12:30 - 2 pm gathering Copley Square "United We Stand Against the Cycle of Violence"; sponsored by representatives from: Alliance for a Democratic and Secular South Asia, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, Boston Coalition for Palestinian Rights, Boston Mobilization, Boston Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), Cambridge Peace Commission, CPPAX, Grassroots International, Jewish Women for Justice in Israel/Palestine, Massachusetts Peace Action, VISIONS for Peace with Justice in Israel/Palestine, Women's Action for New Directions (WAND), World Federalists of New England

Sept. 23, New Haven, CT — From 2 - 5 pm, Peace Vigil and Fundraiser for the Victims and their Families, Chapel and Chapel Sts, organized by Food Not Bombs and CT Green Party 203-430-9342, food.not.bombs@mailcity.com.

Sept. 23, Silverdale, WA — Potluck supper and discussion beginning at 5 pm; meet at the Ground Zero Center located at 16159 Clear Creek Road; Brian Watson 360-479-6399.

Sept. 22, New York City — Local War Resisters League folks will have a “peace presence” in Union Square Park from 11:30 am until at least 2 pm. Meet at 11:30 am behind the statue of George Washington, on the south side of the park. Please join us and feel free to bring a peace sign.

Sept. 22, New York City — Day of resistance and learning to end racism and war “Vision and resistance: where do we go from here?,” 11 am to 4 pm; Charas Community Center, 9th Street (btwn Aves B & C); sponsor: Direct Action Network

Sept. 22, Northampton, MA — Circles for discussion and reflection, 3 pm, First Churches Northampton, 129 Main Street, Basement classroom; contact Laura Kays, 413-586-4662) if you are interested in beginning circles in your community

Sept. 22, Fort Wayne, IN — Christian Peacemaker Congress held a silent march with 125 people to the Federal Building in Fort Wayne IN, passing Silent march to Federal Building. Marchers passed out leaflets to passersby; contact Hedy Sawadsky, mccvine@becon.org, www.prarienet.org/cpt

Sept. 22, Los Angeles, CA — Vigil at12 noon at Westwood Federal Building,Veteran & Wilshire; contact: Doug Barnett; quakerla@loop.com or www.actionla.org/peace

Sept. 22, Bainbridge Isl., WA — An “Alternatives to Violence” event will be at Waterfront Park from 1-7 pm; David Korten & Leah Green will be speaking from 1-2 pm and music will be playing from 2:30-7 pm; donations will be collected for Red Cross Disaster Relief; Brian Watson 360-479-6399.

Sept. 22, New Haven, CT — Rally & vigil planned for 2 pm at the corner of Broadway and Elm Streets Haven.

Sept. 22, Western Massachusetts — Peace walk; Traprock Peace Center, 103A Keets Road Deerfield, MA 01342, 413-773-7427 www.traprockpeace.org

Sept. 22, Lewisburg PA — Vigil; contact Sachio Ko-Yin and Agnieszka Marczyk

Sept. 22, Seattle, WA — Rally for Alternatives to Violence, from noon to 3 pm at Westlake Center, 4th & Pine; organized by September 11 Peace Coalition, contact organizer@peaceaction.gen.wa.us or www.peaceaction.gen.wa.us/

Sept. 21, New York City — A vigil in Union Square from 6 to 7 pm, processing at 7 pm up to the Times Square recruiting station; assemble at the southeast corner of the Square at 6 pm.

Sept. 21, New York City — Muslim Peace Rally at Madison Square Park, 23rd Street and 5th Avenue, 5:30 - 7 pm.

Sept. 20, Colorado Springs, CO — First Strike had a presence for peace, 12 - 1 pm, at the downtown post office, firststriketheatre@hotmail.com.

Sept. 20, College Campuses — Concerned Students for Justice Without War is organizing demonstrations,etc to take place Thursday Sept. 20th from noon to 1 pm at 146 campuses; Website with all info, organizing ideas, lists of 84 college www.peacefuljustice.cjb.net; a few reports:

Sept. 20, Bloomington, IN — Bloomington Peace Action Coalition (BPAC), about 250 people marched from the Indiana University campus to the downtown Courthouse lawn where more joined in the peace rally; Eric White, c/o Monroe County Green Party, P.O. Box 24, Bloomington, IN, 47401, ewhite@bloomington.in.us, www.tofuequalslove.com/disorientation/

Sept. 20, Los Angeles, CA— Coalition for World Peace of Los Angeles will have an event at Pershing Square in downtown Los Angeles at 5 PM; the notice for the event includes songs and banners along with talks.

Sept. 19, Seattle, WA — About 5,000 people participated in a silent 2-mile march, far more than the organizers expected; but not a word of it in the local media.

Sept. 19, Boston area — Join the voices for peace vigil 6 - 7 pm Copley Square community organizing meeting to follow at 7:30 Christ Church, Garden St. Harvard Square, Cambridge

Sept. 18, Sherborn, MA — Peace Abbey had a candlelight vigil Tuesday the 18th with 50 people, planning ongoing vigils, etc. Webpage is peaceabbey.org, phone 508-650-3659

Sept. 16, Los Angeles, CA — About 200 people attended what was called as a vigil in Griffith Park in Los Angeles. Uniquely in the history of rallies, this one included about 25 minutes of people being asked to deal in small groups of about 10-12 people with whatever they wished AND particularly action ideas or programs. Group representatives reported to the full assembly afterwards.

Sept 14, Washington, DC — A "Peace Procession" drawing between 1000 and 1500 people. This silent, nonviolent vigil was a call for peaceful response to the bombings in NY and Washington, DC.

Sept. 11-15, Santa Fe, NM — Buddhist Peace Fellowship held five days of prayer/meditation in public at the Federal Building; contact Sarah Laeng-Gilliat

Sept. 11, Baltimore, MD — Vigil, 5 - 6 pm, 4806 York Road; AFSC Baltimore, mobuszewski@afsc.org [more than 100 people attended]

Mobilizations Around the World Against War

“A global calendar of pro-peace and anti-racism protests, meetings, benefits, and conferences” is being tracked by peace.protest.net. They have compiled a list of cities around the world that have held protests: pax.protest.net/Peace/protest_numbers.html.
























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