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Act Now to Stop War & End Racism
The A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition formed on September 14, 2001. It is a coalition of hundreds of organizations and prominent individuals and scores of organizing centers in cities and towns across the country. Its national steering committee represents major national organizations that have campaigned against U.S. intervention in Latin America, the Caribbean, the Middle East and Asia, and organizations that have campaigned for civil rights and for social and economic justice for working and poor people inside the United States.
Anti-War.com is devoted to the cause of non-interventionism and is read by libertarians, pacifists, leftists, "greens," and independents alike, as well as many on the Right who agree with our opposition to imperialism. Our initial project was to fight for the case of non-intervention in the Balkans under the Clinton presidency and continued with the case against the campaigns in Haiti, Kosovo and the bombings of Sudan and Afghanistan. Our politics are libertarian: our opposition to war is rooted in Randolph Bourne's concept that "War is the health of the State." With every war, America has made a "great leap" into statism, and as Bourne emphasizes: " . . . it is during war that one best understands the nature of that institution [the State]." At its core, that "nature" includes the ever-increasing threat to individual liberty and the centralization of political power.
Antiwar.com is one project of our parent foundation the "Randolph Bourne Institute." It is a program that provides a sounding board of interest to all who are concerned about US foreign policy and its implications.
Campus Anti-War Network
Campus Anti-War Network is an independent, democratic, grassroots network of campus-based anti-war committees
Anti-War Songs - Free
Anti war related, mostly English language songs from many protest music genres, most with clips, covers, albums, writers and links to lyrics and/or audio downloads. Songs newly written or remixed for the 2003 attack on Iraq as well as timeless classics are among this comprehensive, yet growing, list. All of these should serve us well for the promised "war that will not end in our lifetimes" or at least until the next election.
Justice Not Vengeance
Justice Not Vengeance (JNV) is an anti-war group which has developed out of ARROW (Active Resistance to the Roots of War). JNV opposes the US-UK 'war on terrorism', and campaigns for a peaceful resolution of international conflicts, based on justice and equality.
DC Anti-War Network
DAWN is a network of organizations and individuals whose goal is the end of US military intervention abroad and attacks on our basic freedoms here. We have formed both due to the tragic events of September 11, 2001 and because the US Federal Government has since proceeded to commit acts of terrorism in Afghanistan and Iraq under the guise of eliminating ALL terrorism. DAWN meetings are open to the public and completely democratic giving all attendees the opportuntiy to participate in general decision making and discussions around issues involving WAR!
Stop the War Coalition
British anti-war coalition.
Irish Anti-War Organization
Twin Cities Anti-War Committee
The Twin Cities Anti-War Committee began in December 1998, with 13 people who committed civil disobedience to protest the bombing of Iraq. We educate ourselves and the community about the injustices of U.S. foreign policy.
The mission of the Anti-War Committee is to organize a broad-based peace and social justice movement which stands in solidarity with those communities, here an abroad, who are unjustly and cruelly affected by U.S. foreign policies. Our values are manifest in our core principles of self-determination for all oppressed peoples and countries, and peace through justice.
Anti-War Web Ring
Anti-War Web Ring consists of sites that feature anti-War themes and projects. They are linked together using a "navigator" that each member site adds to his/her pages.
The Anti-War Web Ring opposes the idea that war solves problems. It is a collection of Web sites that oppose specific wars, and it is a forum for people who are curious about pacifism and militarism to learn more about how war is a cyclical, self-perpetuating phenomenon. Billions of dollars of tax money go towards the maintenance of this war system, but very little public money is spent promoting thought about potential alternatives. In fact, each year, more U.S. federal tax dollars are given to the Pentagon than are allocated for education. It is hoped that the Anti-War Web Ring will awaken popular sensibilities and perhaps save the lives of innocent civilians.
Anti-war News from indybay.org
The Anti-War Movement in the United States
Anti-war movement article by Mark Barringer.
Anti-War Movement Web Directory
This directory is from the Guardian newspaper, of which Guardian Unlimited is its online presence, founded in 1821 and has a long history of editorial and political independence.
Poets Against War
Against War continues the tradition of
socially engaged poetry by creating venues for poetry as a voice against
war, tyranny and oppression.
Radical Times: The Anti-War Movement of the 1960s
A brief flash movie introducing the Vietnam War and the movement against it.
Best Anti-War Protest Songs
From About .com
War and Anti-War Films
The Anti-War League
From the Holt Labor Library Labor Studies and Radical History.
Anti-War -- Wikipedia