Category Archives: Action Items

Call for Peace & Planet Summer to Commemorate the 70th Anniversaries of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki A-Bombings

As we approach the 70th anniversaries of the August 6 and 9, 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, we have a unique opportunity to impact people’s thinking, to educate about the crime of the A-bombings and the continuing dangers of nuclear weapons, and to build the popular movement needed to eliminate their threat to human survival.

A Letter from Veterans for Peace Concerned with a US New Marine Base in Henoko, Okinawa

A Letter from Veterans for Peace Concerned with a US New Marine Base in Henoko, Okinawa

Please add your names to this petition. It is a cry for help from the people of Okinawa. Please disseminate widely!

Peace Action Post – Facts

3/19/15 More than 1,000 Japanese activists, A-bomb survivors, Co-op members and lawyers are coming to New York to demand nuclear weapons abolition as part of the Peace and Planet Mobilization April 24-26.

Call for US to Negotiate with North Korea: Proposal to Cancel Nuclear Tests

Call for US to Negotiate with North Korea: Proposal to Cancel Nuclear Tests

1/16/15 The North Korean (DPRK) government disclosed on January 10 that it had delivered to the United States an important proposal to “create a peaceful climate on the Korean Peninsula”. The US should negotiate with North Korea on its proposal to cancel nuclear tests in exchange for a US suspension of joint military exercises with South Korea.

Nago assembly tells Nakaima to revoke landfill approval for base

Nago assembly tells Nakaima to revoke landfill approval for base

The municipal assembly of Nago, Okinawa, adopted a statement by a majority vote Monday protesting Gov. Hirokazu Nakaima’s approval of offshore land fill work for a new U.S. airstrip, demanding he retract the OK.

International Scholars, Peace Advocates and Artists Condemn Agreement to Build New U.S. Marine Base in Okinawa

Leading scholars, peace advocates and artists from the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia today released the attached statement opposing the construction of the new U.S. Marine base at Henoko, Okinawa, planned by the US and Japanese governments as a replacement facility of Futenma airbase located in the middle of Ginowan City. Their statement urges “support for the people of Okinawa in their struggle for peace, dignity, human rights, and protection of the environment.”

Resolution in support of the residents of Jeju Island, South Korea: End U.S. support for construction of the Jeju Naval Base

15 November, 2013 WHEREAS, the Peace and Justice Commission advises the City Council on all matters relating to the City …Read the Rest

AFSC – How to help in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan

AFSC – How to help in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan

13 November, shop 2013 AFSC grieves for those suffering in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, which has killed thousands in …Read the Rest

President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry: End the Korean War

Today, online the Korean War remains the longest ongoing U.S. military conflict.  The time is right to recognize the human …Read the Rest

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