King did not merely have a dream on the Washington Mall, writes veteran James Rothenberg. He taught us that U.S. military violence overseas mirrors oppression at home.
Tag: antiwar activists
Peace-Washing: Is a Network of Major Donors Neutralizing Activism in the Peace Movement?
We’re now in a situation where many ostensible “peace” groups seem tied to the Democratic Party while the Biden administration pursues militaristic policies, writes Dave Lindorff.
Kevin Zeese: Irreplaceable
There is no doubt that if thousands follow his lead we will have a world transformed, writes David Swanson. Kevin Zeese died suddenly early Sunday morning at 64.
UPRISING: Trump, Tulsa & the Rise of Military Dissent
Danny Sjursen goes undercover in Trumplandia and comes back with this reflection on the U.S. president’s loss of loyalty among soldiers and veterans.
Generals, Ambassadors, Security Experts, Church Leaders, Female Nobel Peace Laureates All Say ‘No War on Iran’
Ann Wright says the people and groups now calling on Washington to re-engage diplomatically with Iran are speaking up at a time of maximum urgency.