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It is what it is

By Jack Gilroy “It is what it is.” Is this recent statement from the POTUS stoical or contemptible? We need to decide come November 3, 2020. Having disbanded the national infectious disease preparedness board before the pandemic occurred and having … Continue reading

Black Lives Matter

By Jim Clune How should we support those resisting and protesting racism in America? A good first step is to stand up with Black brothers and sisters to say, in many ways, that “Black Lives Matter”. A second, and vitally … Continue reading

Solidarity or Bust!

By Tim Wolcott Raising your arm in a fist at a rally is not enough. We have internal work to do. Solidarity for the common good is an aspiration too often thwarted by ego, white fragility and apathy. Nonetheless, it … Continue reading

Webinar: What About World War II?

This webinar, features David Swanson, Executive Director of World BEYOND War, discussing the “What about WWII?” question so popular among supporters of military spending, and the history of Armistice Day. Organized by: Peace Action of Broome County, NY and Stu … Continue reading

Plowshares 7 Convicted

Brunswick, Georgia – late October No one was allowed to wear shirts with messages into the court room for the Kings Bay 7 Trident Plowshares Trial. Outside of the court house Veteran For Peace members, complete with a black and … Continue reading

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Children’s Peace Fair

Veterans for Peace & Peace Action of Broome County worked together to produce a Children’s Peace Fair this past Hiroshima Day, August 6. Adults said it was a resounding success. The abundant, joyful sound of children support that conclusion. Early … Continue reading