Monday November 28, 2022
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BY Andrew Josefchak | Saint Paul, MN | 11/25/22
On Wednesday, November 23, more than 40 peace activists from around the Twin Cities gathered on the Lake Street Marshall Bridge to demand an end to all U.S. interventions around the globe.
BY Sarah Martin | Minneapolis, MN | 10/28/22
On October 25, 35 Haiti solidarity activists held a rally in front of the office of Senator Amy Klobuchar under the slogan “No U.S./UN Military Intervention in Haiti.”
BY Cherie Stoll | Grand Rapids, MI | 10/24/22
On Thursday, October 20, activists held signs under at Monument Park in Grand Rapids to oppose U.S. wars and aggression.
BY Andrew Josefchak | Minneapolis, MN | 10/17/22
More than 100 people took to the streets, October 15, to protest U.S. military interventions, from Ukraine to Syria, Palestine and Somalia.
BY Wyatt Miller | Minneapolis, MN | 8/08/22
Around 75 people rallied on August 6 to commemorate the deadly U.S. atomic bombings of Japan during World War II and to call for an end to U.S. wars and provocations that threaten nuclear war in the present.
BY Andrew Josefchak | Minneapolis, MN | 8/03/22
On July 26, in response to the Biden administration's decision to deploy 500 special forces troops to Somalia, the Anti-War Committee hosted a forum with the Council on American-Islamic Relations-Minnesota and Women Against Military Madness to educate community members on the current political situation in Somalia.
BY Meredith Aby-Keirstead | Minneapolis, MN | 5/09/22
Over 70 people joined an anti-war protest on May 7 to say no to U.S. wars.
BY staff | San Jose, CA | 2/09/22
On Saturday, February 5, anti-war protesters gathered in front of San José’s City Hall to demand an end to imperial saber rattling in eastern Europe.
BY Tom Burke | Grand Rapids, MI | 1/26/20
45 people rallied in Grand Rapids on January 25 to demand “No U.S. war on Iran! U.S. out of Iraq!”
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BY staff | Baltimore, MD | 1/22/20
Several dozen Baltimore community activists and youth endured sleet, hail, snow and rain to stage a march January 18 from East to West Baltimore and to downtown to draw the connections to ongoing war and racism with food stamp cuts and workers’ rights.
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