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Sunday, August 6, 78 Years Later Continuing a decades-long tradition, Broome County Peace Action and Veterans for Peace held a remembrance of the 1945 atomic bombs dropped on the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. On Sunday, August 6, we … Continue reading
Thanks to Vera Scroggins for recording the Rally in Scranton on July 22nd. Scranton and the world need movement away from nuclear apocalypse, and toward investment in jobs, education, healthcare and the environment. President Biden: Call for an immediate cease-fire … Continue reading
Take action in your own locality to serve subpoenas to the creators of endless war this Earth Day, April 22! On Earth Day, call attention to the fact that the #1 organization polluting our mother earth is the US military. … Continue reading
The Merchants of Death War Crimes Tribunal will hold accountable — through testimony of witnesses — U.S. weapons manufacturers who knowingly produce and sell products which attack and kill not only combatants but non-combatants as well. These manufacturers may have … Continue reading
Veterans for Peace Chapter 90, Peace Action of Broome, Pax Christi UpState New York, and UpState Drone Action will meet outside of the first floor Binghamton NY office of the leader of the United States Senate, Charles Schumer. Voices are … Continue reading
Listen to Jim Clune and Cecily O’Neil discuss the philosophy and activities of Broome County Peace Action and Veterans for Peace – Stu Naismith Chapter 90 via WBDY at the Bundy Museum: Broome County Peace Action and our local Veterans … Continue reading
Martin Luther King Jr. will be celebrated for his embrace of a nonviolent life on Martin Luther King Day Monday, January 16th at 11 AM at his statue on the Court St River Walk near the bridge. Peace Action, Veterans … Continue reading
In the years before his assassination, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke out against the Vietnam War and the violence of U.S. Militarism. Peace groups are highlighting King’s anti-militarism message in events happening across New York on MLK’s … Continue reading
Interview on WHRW FM by Ben Cabot with Jack Gilroy and Jim Clune. Continue reading