United States of America

Mon
5
Jan
2015
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A peace sign printed on the American Flag is raised during a protest against the Vietnam War in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Archive / History Channel)
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Statement written by Ben Norton, Tyra Walker, Anastasia Taylor, Alli McCracken, Colleen Moore, Jes Grobman, Ashley Lopez / Codepink -

Once again, US politicians and pundits are beating the drums of...

Fri
07
Feb

Peace Youth Camp 2013

The 8th annual peace camp presented by San Pedro Neighbors for Peace and Justice is coming soon. We offer a peace camp to teach kids 15 to 20 peace activism and alternatives to war and military service. In the Santa Monica Mountains from June 10th thru June 14th 2013. email us at diggory1@aol.com or contact admin@nnomy.org

Peace Youth Camp 2013
Fri
07
Feb

Why Not Teach Peace?: video

Teachers, Mentors and Students talk about PeaceJam curriculum in their schools.

Why Not Teach Peace?: video
Thu
06
Feb

Colman McCarthy: Teach Peace: video

Colman McCarthy of Georgetown University Law Center presents the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation's 7th Annual Frank K. Kelly Lecture calling for a significant change in our educational system. He argues that peace studies should be part of the core curriculum and include the philosophy of peace, the writings of great peace leaders, and non-violent conflict resolution. Series: Voices [6/2008] [Humanities] [Show ID: 14643]
University of California Television (UCTV)

Colman McCarthy: Teach Peace: video
Tue
04
Feb

U.N. calls on U.S. to ensure voluntary nature of ASVAB testing; U.S. denies ASVAB is required

OPAC

The National Coalition to Protect Student Privacy -

Sun
02
Feb
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Micro Militarism

Michael Schwalbe -

My ATM receipts now tell me, beneath my checking account balance, that the North Carolina State Employees’ Credit Union SUPPORTS THE TROOPS!  The classical music station I listen to runs a dedication to “the men and women of our armed forces, who work so hard to protect us; without their sacrifices, none of our freedoms would be possible.”

When I browse for information about public universities in North Carolina, an ad pops up showing a young man in camouflage combat fatigues, holding a laptop computer.  The text of the ad reads, “Advance Your Military Career with an MBA.”  The ad is for an online MBA program at the University of North Carolina.

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