New Yorkers rallied at the New York Public Library and the United Nations on Friday in the bitter cold to demand that the United States join the TPNW.
This RootsAction Zoom call from Wednesday January 19th is the first in a series of events promoting the release of the RootsAction Education Fund’s Foreign Policy Primer for U.S. Congressional Candidates.
– Respect life
– De-escalate the situation
– Sign the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
Roots Action has compiled a primer for U.S. Congressional candidates on Foreign Policy.
The U.S.-based international organization Veterans For Peace has released its own assessment of the current global threat of nuclear war, ahead of the anticipated release of the Biden Administration’s Nuclear Posture Review.
have been imposed on around 42 countries by the United States in order
to help create dissent to push for regime change. These sanctions
primarily hurt the people of the sanctioned countries. This is
especially true during the COVID pandemic as the US denies countries
vaccines and medical equipment. But sanctioned countries are now
working together and finding ways around these sanctions. Learn what is
happening as the World Stands Up to Sanctions.
Just Peace Advocates as a member of Sanctions Kill is pleased to share information about this important webinar.
Francisco Campbell - Nicaraguan Ambassador to the US
Carlos Ron - Venezuelan Vice Minister for North America
Deacon Yoseph Teferi - Chairman of the Ethiopian American Civic Council
Foad Izaadi - Associate Professor, University of Tehran
Erica Jung - Nodutdol, Korean grassroots organization
Elias Amare - Eritrean American journalist
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