Have you marked your calendar for our Peace and Economic Justice Action Conference on March 18-19? Come welcome our keynote speaker, Derrick Crowe from Rethink Afghanistan to speak on our theme: Bring Our Billions Home: The Cost of War and Our Communities’ Needs. (Check out this video of Derrick connecting the dots between war spending […]
Bringing Clean Water to the Children of Gaza Bring a friend as PJALS’ Palestine-Israel Human Rights Committee hosts Ziad Abbas from the The Middle East Children’s Alliance to learn about “Children Under Occupation: Human Rights, International Solidarity and Water in Palestine.” MECA’s Maia Project (Arabic for “water”) began when the Student Parliament at the UN […]
We’re looking forward to our workshop series, Exploring Nonviolence, which will begin on January 29. This series is the second we’ve offered in the last year, and these workshops will focus on structural and institutional forms of violence and successful ways to challenge them. Come join the conversation!
As we prepare to launch our campaign to Bring Our Billion$ Home on Martin Luther King day, the Pentagon has been busy too: figuring out how to claim that King would support US war in Afghanistan. Check out Rethink Afghanistan’s great short new video putting the lie to this claim: And join us Monday in […]
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Originally published by the Inlander (http://www.inlander.com/spokane/on-hold/Content?oid=2195478) by Heidi Groover As citizens streamed forward to the microphone Monday, Councilman Steve Salvatori looked out to the audience and down at his hands, long-faced and exasperated. “Transparency is awkward until your eyes adjust to the light,” Salvatori told the group, carefully choosing his words to explain an ordinance […]