WNPJ members in the news

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As the song goes, "Give Peace a Chance." The Dane County United Nations Association just named Dr. Vincent Kavaloski its Global Citizen of the Year. Dr. Kavaloski, a professor of philosophy at Edgewood College where he specializes in the Philosophy of Peace. He has dedicated much of his career to teaching nonviolence. "Obtaining peace through non-violent means takes work," Dr. Kavaloski says. "You have to work hard against the war movement if you want peace." J. Patrick Reilly, The Dodgeville Chronicle, 2/20/14. The Dane County UNA is a WNPJ member group.

Two WNPJ members wrote letters to the editor in response to recent articles on natural gas,

Carl Sack: Natural gas use increases dependence on fossil fuels. The Wisconsin State Journal, 2/23/14. Carl Sack is chairman of the Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice environmental working group.

Steve Books: Use of fuel cells is worth investigating.The Wisconsin State Journal, 2/23/14. Steve Books is a member of the Veterans for Peace Chapter 25, A WNPJ member group.
And John LaForge of Nukewatch, a WNPJ member group, wrote an article for the print version of CounterPunch (Feb. 2014, Vol. 21, No. 2)  titled THE LAST TOXIC GASP OF NUCLEAR POWER. Unfortunately we cannot provide an online link.