Peace groups in New York
Non-profit network of Brooklyn residents - parents, neighbors, and educators - alarmed by the growing militarism of our society and its effect on our lives and our children's future. Events, flyers and petitions, and suggestions for activism.
Nonviolent activist group formed in 1972. Members include concerned individuals from Livingston, Genesee, Monroe, Ontario, and Wyoming counties. Group's history, ongoing events, and newsletter.
Ad hoc coalition of labor activists in NYC and elsewhere who oppose war response to events of September 11, 2001. Message board, news, articles, and action alerts.
Nonprofit nonpartisan activist organization founded in 1985 to provide educational programs on peace and national security issues. Vigils and actions, anti-war resolution, news, articles, and resources for activists.
Building an independent network of New York City student anti-war activists. Message board, news, and articles.
Non-profit grassroots organization for citizens who want to actively participate in bringing about a world at peace. Priorities, events, legislative alerts and contact information, and membership form.
Grassroots peace and social justice organization founded in 1936 that educates, agitates, and organizes to create a world of peace and justice for all people. Events, resources, articles, newsletter, listserv, and ways to get involved.
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