An Open Invitation: Women’s March on the Pentagon

A Women’s March on the Pentagon Is Planned for October 20th and 21st 2018 to Confront the Bipartisan War Machine with Calls for Grassroots Solidarity Marches Across the United States and the World

Peace activist Marilyn Cornell, of Strongsville, Ohio, holds an American flag with a peace sign on it during an anti-war protest in Washington, on March 20, 2010, where thousands of protesters marched through Washington to protest the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan on the seventh anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. (AP/Jacquelyn Martin)

In direct response to ongoing military aggression and mind boggling increases in military funding that pass with bipartisan support in the United States, as well as the absence of the issue of war in the popular Women’s Marches held in 2017 and 2018, anti-war activists are calling for a Women’s March on the Pentagon, akin to the 1967 anti-war event

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Canada Engaged in Widespread Surveillance of Its Indigenous Communities

Indigenous nations have emerged as vocal defenders of land and water, but state surveillance of these groups is disproportionate, and speaks of the broad criminalisation of Indigenous peoples.

trans mountain pipeline

Researchers and journalists have begun to reveal the extent to which Indigenous activists and organisations in Canada are subject to surveillance by police, military, national security intelligence agencies and other government bodies. While security agencies have long looked beyond ‘traditional’ national security threats and set their sights on

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Hunger Strikers At UN Headquarters Call For End To Yemen War

‘We call on the Saudis and Donald Trump to look at the horrific effect their bombing is having on the beautiful babies in Yemen, where one child is dying every ten minutes from the effects of this war.’

Yemenis present documents in order to receive food rations provided by a local charity, in Sanaa, Yemen, Thursday, April, 13, 2017. A Saudi-led coalition launched a campaign in support of Yemen's internationally recognized government in March 2015. The war has pushed the Arab world's poorest country to the brink of famine. (AP/Hani Mohammed)

Peace activists are holding a week-long vigil and hunger strike at United Nations headquarters in New York City to demand an end to the U.S.-backed, Saudi Arabia-led war in Yemen and humanitarian aid for the country's starving population. The hunger strike and vigil, organized by Creative Voices for NonViolence, the New York Catholic Worker

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Against The Blacklisting Of Activists, Writers Who Expose NATO Destabilization Efforts In Syria

An open latter and statement of support against the blacklisting of journalists who expose US-NATO destabilization efforts in Syria.

Journalist and co-host of "Unauthorized Disclosure," Rania Khalek.

The cancellation of a lecture by journalist Rania Khalek, who was invited to speak on the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill campus by Students for Justice in Palestine on February 27, 2017, raises important issues of tactics and strategy within movements for social change. The whole statement, posted on facebook the night before,

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Health Activists Targeted By Israeli Spyware Sold To Mexican Government

A report implicated software produced by Israel’s NSO Group. The Pegasus spyware gives hackers free reign to eavesdrop on calls, harvest messages, activate cameras and drain a phone’s trove of personal data.

Israel NSO spyware

MEXICO CITY (REPORT) — An internet watchdog group said Saturday that a spyware hacking attempt targeted activists who campaigned against soft drinks and junk foods, and purportedly used Israeli-produced software sold to governments. The Citizen Lab based at the University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs said the attack targeted public

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Peace Activists Set Out For Aleppo From Berlin, On Foot

«It’s time to act, we’ve had enough of clicking the sad or shocked faces on Facebook and writing, ‘This is terrible.'»

Activists await the launch of the Civil March for Aleppo at the air field of the former airport Tempelhof in Berlin, Monday, Dec. 26, 2016. (AP/Markus Schreiber)

BERLIN (REPORT) — Several hundred peace activists have started what they say will be a months-long protest march from Berlin to war-ravaged Syria to urge an end to the fighting there. The Civil March for Aleppo set off carrying white flags from Berlin's former Tempelhof Airport on Monday in cloudy, cold and blustery weather. Organizers said

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