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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
Examples of Grassroots Action by local organizations that focus on what we believe is the cancer of American culture—Militarism. Continue reading
U.S. Leaders Claim to Care About Ukrainians, But Will They Step Up and Make the Compromises Necessary to End the War?
Will these weapons actually end the war by contributing to the defeat of the Russians, or will they prolong it and deepen the suffering of the Ukrainians? Continue reading
About a dozen activists from religious, peace, and justice groups marked the occasion of the Christian holy day of Ash Wednesday to promote diplomacy and non-violence between Russia and Ukraine. They also called for the diversion of military spending to … Continue reading
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
After an article in the New York Times posed the question “Will Trump Win Pennsylvania Again?“, residents of Susquehanna County PA gathered to discuss why they want Biden for President. Video by Vera Scroggins HATE…….WILL NOT…..MAKE US…..GREAT…….VOTE ……BIDEN
On a beautiful Fall day, members of our local VFP planted trees in the memory of Dick McLean, George Haeseler and Arvid Antonson. These trees are planted in Floyd West Park at the intersection of Chapman and Court Streets in … Continue reading
By Doug Garnar I was born on June 6, 1945 (D-Day plus one year). 40 days later, on July 16th, the world changed with the first successful test of a nuclear device. J. Robert Oppenheimer, the civilian leader of the … Continue reading
Video by Vera Scroggins On August 6, 2020, Peace Groups gathered at First Congregational Church, Binghamton, NY for the 34th year of honoring the dead and harmed after the nuclear attacks of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August of 1945. Veterans … Continue reading