From United for Peace and Justice: September has arrived and we’re less than two weeks away from Campaign Nonviolence Action Week, September 15-23, connecting the dots between war, poverty, racism, climate change, and the epidemic of violence. Learn more. Events are planned in San Francisco and Oakland.Read more "Campaign for Nonviolence Week of Action"
The following guest opinion was written by Michelle Cunha, assistant director of Massachusetts Peace Action for digboston.com Addressing the US’s complicitness in maintaining the nuclear status quo In the sweltering heat of the Japanese summer, I toured the Hiroshima Peace Memorial. Set nearly on top of the epicenter where an atomic bomb was detonated on Aug […]Read more "Guest Opinion: Countdown to Doomsday"
East Bay Peace Action wishes to make its members and the public aware of the upcoming march in support of real climate leadership. As climate catastrophes escalate, the San Francisco March will be the flagship event. You can learn more about the march by clicking here.Read more "Rise for Climate, Jobs and Justice"
East Bay Peace Action joins 24 groups co-sponsoring the March for Nuclear Abolition at the Lawrence Livermore Lab, Aug. 6, 2018. Learn more about the event.Read more "March to Abolish Nuclear Weapons Aug. 6, 2018"
Following a vote at its last board meeting, East Bay Peace Action has joined a grassroots effort to take on systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, ecological devastation with the endorsement of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival. When 1 in 2 Americans is poor and the news of the day is […]Read more "EBPA Endorses Poor People’s Campaign"
East Bay Peace Action today joined with other organizations across the United States to endorse the Olympic Truce, an initiative calling for a cessation of hostilities on the Korean Peninsula during the Winter Olympics in South Korea.. As supporters of the truce state: The Winter Olympics and Paralympics, to be held in Pyeongchang, South Korea, […]Read more "EBPA Endorses Olympic Truce"
Time for Real Talk The North Korean situation demands an unbridled pursuit of negotiations. By Jon Rainwater, Executive Director of Peace Action and the Peace Action Education Fund, and Opinion Contributor | Dec. 1, 2017, at 11:10 a.m. Op-ed U.S. News and World Report North Korea’s latest apparent intercontinental ballistic missile test after a two-month […]Read more "Jon Rainwater op-ed in U.S. News & World Report: Trump needs real diplomacy with North Korea."