Peace & Justice


stwstw.windturbineOUR MISSION – We are at a crossroads, faced with a climate crisis that threatens to end our world as we know it. We must do all in our power to stop greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate global warming. But the developing climate emergency does not exist in isolation. And it cannot be successfully dealt with if we ignore the social and economic context that produced and accompanies it: war and unlimited military expenditures, corporate globalization, and vast social inequality. We call on all who want to preserve our planet to join the People’s Climate March in New York City on September 21st and to form a Peace & Justice Contingent.

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Peace, Justice & Climate Rally! Sunday, Sept. 21, 10am, 77th St and Central Park West

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Every Friday, 1pm Eastern time

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Logos

Here are two versions of a “Stop the Wars, Stop the Warming” logo or graphic, one 300 pixels wide, the other 680 wide.                     (More...)

Peace, Justice & Climate Rally

Sunday, September 21, 2014, 10:00 am-11:30 am Central Park West, location TBA (in the 60s or 70s) World leaders are coming to New York City for a UN summit on the climate crisis. With our future on the line and the whole world watching, we’ll take to the streets to demand a world safe from (More...)

Flyer

A flyer promoting “Stop the Wars, Stop the Warming” is attached. It is designed for Massachusetts. To use it in other areas, change the information inside the box at the right, the link to bus information, and the sponsors at the bottom. Stop the Wars Stop the Warming flyer – doc or pdf (More...)

Stop the Wars, Stop the Warming!

Appeal to the Peace and Climate Movements We are at a crossroads, faced with a climate crisis that threatens to end our world as we know it. The signs of climate change are all around us.  They include—increasingly severe weather everywhere (floods, heat waves, droughts, cyclones and wildfires), as well as melting polar ice and (More...)