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Ann Wright: a True Voice of Conscience

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by Ron VanNorstrand

 

SPC Statement

Statement on Recent Accusations of Anti-Semitism

By SPC Steering Committee & Justice for Palestine Committee
Tue, Mar 12, 2019

It has come to the attention of SPC’s Steering Committee that accusations of anti-semitism are being circulated about the Peace Council. To be perfectly clear:

• There are many forms of oppression designed to prevent solidarity among different groups as well as provide more power and wealth to other groups. Antisemitism is one of those forms.

• SPC condemns anti-semitism, as it does all forms of oppression.

SPC Statement

SPC's Statement on Nonviolence

Mon, Jul 7, 2003

The Syracuse Peace Council is committed to nonviolence as an operating principle for our organization and as a central element of our vision for the world we work to create. We embrace the active nonviolence of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. to confront the many injustices facing our world. To us, nonviolence is about much more than the absence of war--it requires struggling for equality, justice and dignity for all people.

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SPC in Action

From the

Compiled by Carol Baum

Come Together at Plowshares! December 1-2

 

 

End the US-Saudi War on Yemen

Posted by John Carroll on

On August 9, 2018, a US-Saudi airstrike hit a school bus in Yemen and killed 40 Yemeni school boys. Several Yemeni freelance journalists documented on Twitter that the attack was carried out with an MK-82 guided bomb produced by Lockheed Martin, the leading US defense contractor1.

Heat Our Homes, Not the Planet!

Posted by John Carroll on

It’s that time of year when we turn on the heat, watch our energy bills rise, and wish that there was a way to stay comfortable through the winter without sending money to fossil fuel companies, who are driving climate change and climate denial in the US.

 

The Community Grid

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the community grid

 

The Community Grid

 

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