- Honoring John W. Jones – American Hero – Elmira, NY
- Mothers’ Day
- Grassroots Organizing for Peace and Justice by Broome County NY Activists
- U.S. Leaders Claim to Care About Ukrainians, But Will They Step Up and Make the Compromises Necessary to End the War?
- $30 Million Minimum in Reparations for Afghan Family Demanded by U.S. National Group Opposing Drone Attacks
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By Tim Wolcott The enemy is within. We create dysfunction in ourselves and allow it in our government by not being deeply conscious of our retained assumptions and the manipulation of the exterior narrative. We have become so disconnected from … Continue reading →
By Jack Gilroy Our Peace Action/Veterans for Peace team has, like most progressive thinkers and actors, focused on telling the truth, especially as it relates to militarism in American culture and history. We know that American leaders have often lied, … Continue reading →
By Doug Garnar On May 8th, the public and members of Broome County Veterans for Peace and Peace Action celebrated the dedication of a children’s peace garden within Otsiningo Park adjacent to the children’s playground. The ceremony culminates my sixty-year … Continue reading →
Compiled and written by Cecily O’Neil As many of you know, we lost a dear friend and fellow activist earlier this year. George Haeseler had moved to North Carolina to be closer to his adult children a few years ago, … Continue reading →
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 →
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 →
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 →
By Ann Clune May day! May day! May day! With the world confronting a novel, life-threatening pandemic, we were made acutely aware of how much we depend on essential workers to sustain our lives. Critical workers include the doctors, nurses, … Continue reading →
By Jim Clune Broome County Peace Action was originally formed in the 1980’s to address through the “Freeze Movement” the proliferation of nuclear weapons. Since then we have also been engaged in the issues of war making, cultural militarism, American … Continue reading →
By Jack Gilroy Veterans for Peace, Chapter 90, works closely with Peace Action of Broome County, N.Y. The two groups meet together the second Saturday of each month, VFP at 10AM and Peace at 11AM. For decades Peace Action (formerly … Continue reading →