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Yassin Aref and Mohammed Hossain Defense Committee
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Northeast Peace and Justice Action Coalition
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Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace video Women Against War video
Click here for livestream of Wall Street and other Occupations
Say No! to the NATO/G8 Wars and Poverty Agenda
A Conference to Challenge the Wars of the 1% Against the 99% Abroad and at Home.
March 23-25, 2012 – Stamford Hilton Hotel, CT– One MetroNorth RR stop from NYC. Click to register and for more information
UNAC is helping to organize protests in May, 2012 against the NATO and G8 meetings planned for Chicago. Click for more information.
Emergency Mobilization Against Racism and Anti-Islamic Bigotry
We say NO to Racism and anti-Islamic Bigotry
Stand for Unity and Solidarity on Saturday, September 11
Sept. 11 march against racism and anti-Muslim bigotry!
Saturday Sept. 11 in NYC-
1:00 p.m. Assemble and rally at east side of City Hall, then March
Rally at Park Pl. and
The rally was attended by over 3,000 people. It was organized to counter the right-wing opposition to the Islamic Community Center that was being proposed for down town
National Antiwar Conference in
The National Antiwar Conference was a big success with around 750 people registering. People came from 31 states and 22 people came from outside the country. Much of the conference was live-streamed onto the internet and recorded by the Sanctuary for Independent Media. This can be seen at here (http://mediasanctuary.tv/crows/). The conference adopted an action proposal to guide our work for the next several months. The action proposal can be found here.
For a full report on the conference, go here.
For more information call 518-227-6947 or www.nationalpeaceconference.org
On April 5, 2010 members of the Muslim Solidarity Committee and Project Salaam marched through Downtown Albany to City Hall where Council memberDominick Calsolaro proposed a motion that the Albany Common Council urge the
Here the WAMC report: http://www.publicbr
A letter sent by Dominick Calsolaro to Presedent Obama on the issue can be found here
Thousands Rally on March 20, the 7th Anniversary of the Invasion of
Thousands marches and rallied in Washington, DC, San Francisco, Los Angeles and other cities on the 7th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq to protest the Iraq and Afghanistan wars and occupations. Three full buses came from our region to the
Protests Against Obama’s Escalation of the Afghanistan War
Three hundred people demonstrated at West Point on Wednesday, December 2, 2009 as president Obama announced his escalation of the war in
Protest the Drones at Hancock Field
Sunday, November 15, 1:30-2:15 PM
Hancock Field Main Entrance,
250 people attended the very successful protest
See a video of the protest Here
Back to the Streets
250 people participated in the October 17th peace rally on the 8th anniversary of the invasion of
Nationally, the rallies were called by the National Assembly to End the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars and Occupations and supported by close to 200 other organizations.
Over 100 People took to the Streets in
For some thoughts on the 5th anniversary of the Arrest by Joe Lombardo, please click here
Report on the 2nd national conference of the National Assembly to End the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars and Occupations
Action Resolution Action Resolution Motivation
Honduras Resolution Haiti Resolution
Resolution on Palestinian Political Prisoners
Single-Payer Health Care Now
Friday, June 12,, The Linda Norris Auditorium,
Thousands marched against the wars in Washington, San Francisco, Los Angales and other cities. Select this link for reports from the National Assembly to End the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars and Occupations.
Read a local, Capital District Report
See Pictures from Jon Flanders
Letters honoring Scott were read from Danial Ellsberg, US Army Colonel Ann Wright, author Michael Parenti and other local and national figures.
BNP was formed right before the invasion of
Report on meeting with Iranian President Ahmadinajad
How to Prevent War on Iran and the Constitution
4th Anniversary Commemoration of the Arrests of YASSIN AREF & MOHAMMED HOSSAIN
100 people marched from the Masjid As-Salam Mosque to down town
Below is a picture of participants at the conference
Over 400 people attended the National Assembly to End the War in Iraq and Afghanistan in Cleveland during the weekend of June 28 – 29. The conference was a great step forward towards bringing unity to the anti-war movement and strengthening our movement on a national level. Click here to go to the National Assembly Web site for a full report on the conference.
Craig Smiths letter on the situation on the Albany Docks that the Times Union would not print
NEPAJAC’s Peace and Sustainability Conference on April 11 and 12, 2008 was a big success. The Friday evening rally was attended by 275 people. The Saturday conference was attended by 200. Featured presenters included:
Cindy Sheehan: Peace activist, candidate for Congress, Gold Star Mom for Peace
Victor Sidel : Co-founder of Physicians for Social Responsibility
Elliott Adams : National President of Veterans for Peace
Steve Breyman: Project Coordinator for climate neutral government and institutional operations for the NYS Climate Change office.
And several member of Iraq Veterans Against the War including several active duty soldiers from
Click here for some photos of the conference
Cindy Sheehan also spoke at
Cindy with some
Anniversary March Against the War: Remembering the Fallen
For coverage of the rally by the Times Union, click here
For pictures of last years 4th anniversary rally in
“Bring Them Home,” a song by Mo Hannah performed by Mo Hannah and Joe Lombardo with Dave Pallas on Bass
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