Action Alert

2008/10/18: No More Terror and Avarice: We propose a new path for the people for a new country. (Colombia)

No More Terror and Avarice:

 

We propose a new path for the people for a new country.

2008/10/10: WNPJ Member group of the Week - WI Impeachment & their recommendation of "The 35 Articles of Impeachment"

The 35 Articles of Impeachment and the Case for Prosecuting George W. Bush by Congressman Dennis Kucinich; with Additional Material by David Swanson and Elizabeth de la Vega trade paperback edition • 156 pages • 5.5 x 8.5 • ISBN: 978-1-932595-42-0 • $12

 Wisconsin Impeachment/Bring Our Troops Home
Contact: Buzz Davis
Address: 1021 Riverview Dr., Stoughton WI 53589
Phone: 608-873-4886 or 608-239-5354 cell
Email: dbuzzdavis@aol.com

 

2008/10/15: Contact your legislators to call Homeland Security Chief to ask that he "issue a U- and T-visa fee waiver guidance" for immigrant justice

Action requested by the National Network to End Violence Against Immigrant Women: Persons who are not citizens, and have been victims of crime (including trafficked victims), must pay high fees in order to overcome the problem of lacking a passport.

2008/10/14: Make sure your vote counts!

Make sure your vote counts! Millions of votes were not counted in 2000 & 2004.

2008/10/13: Today Join the Nationwide Call-in Day to St. Paul officials to demand that all charges against RNC protestors be dropped!

During the Republican National Convention in early September, St. Paul was a police state complete with steel fences, protest pens, military- style checkpoints, and thousands of riot police. Before protests even began, police raided homes and activist gathering spaces, detaining hundreds of people and confiscating people's belongings.

Throughout the RNC, the police systematically violated the rights of thousands, violently attacked protesters, and arrested over 800 people. St. Paul city officials were complicit in enabling this scenario, and now they need to hear from you!

2008/10/13: U.S. peace activists stand in solidarity with Iraqi nonviolent action campaign

This week marks the first 2008 Week of Nonviolence in Iraq, organized by the Iraqi peace organization LaOnf. Activities, which will take place in each of Iraq's 18 governorates, are part of LaOnf's ongoing work to build a culture of peace in Iraq.  September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows is asking U.S. peace activists  to plan local events to inform the public of the nonviolent actions for peace being undertaken in Iraq, to sign on to an international letter of support, and even to email photos expressing their solidarity to Iraqi activists.

2008/10/10: WNPJ group of the Week: Winds of Peace: Projects in Vietnam

We have received an offer for a matching grant to build a Compassion House for a poor family in Vietnam. The poverty that these families live in defies imagination. One woman lived with her four children in a 'house' that consisted of three walls made of plastic tarp. What did she do during the monsoon rains? Another woman lived with her child on the beach.
 

2008/10/10: Iraqi Organizations Launch Third Annual Week of Nonviolent Action All Across Iraq

October 11 - 16: Iraqi Organizations Launch Third Annual Week of Nonviolent Action All Across Iraq.

UFPJ and member group September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows urge that you, your organization, and other US peace and justice groups stand in solidarity with Iraqi peace and nonviolence activists.

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