NJ Peace Action

Ordinary people working together to eliminate nuclear weapons, reduce military spending, support global peacemaking and restore the well being of our planet.

Obama's State of the Union Address

Peace and Justice Activists Respond to President Obama's State of the Union Address  

On Tuesday, January 25th, President Barack Obama gave his second State of the Union address since being sworn into office in January 2009.NJ Peace Action and friends watched on the big screen at the Media Center located in the basement of the Bloomfield College Library. 

 

 

NJ Peace Action 53rd Annual Soup Luncheon

 

We would like to thank all those who worked so hard to make this event a success.  It was an opportunity to share common goals, an excellent meal and be treated to a wonderful presentation of the writings of many Americans who changed the course of history.

 

Readings from Voices of a People’s History: a Tribute to Howard Zinn

The success of New Jersey Peace Action’s 53rdAnnual Soup Luncheon- Voices of the People’s History: A Tribute to Howard Zinn- can not only be measured in the amount of praise it garnered from those who attended Bloomfield High School on November 20th, but by the vigor and excitement with which the event’s participants presented their speeches. 

 

Haiti as a Sign of Peace for the World

Nov 8 2010 7:00 pm
Nov 8 2010 9:00 pm

St. Peter Claver Parishioners for Peace & Justice, Essex Pax Christi, NJ Maryknoll Affiliates, IRATE & First Friends and New Jersey Peace Action invite you to a presentation:

Daniel Tillias

Haitian Peacemaker, Humanitarian, Activist

– Director of Haiti Pax Christi

                 

           "Haiti as a Sign for Peace in the World"

 

12th Annual Columbus Weekend Vigil

Oct 10 2010 2:00 pm

Join New Jersey Peace Action and others at the 12th Annual Columbus Weekend Vigil at the Elizabeth Detention Center.

Victory! START III Clears Committee!

Victory! START III Treaty Clears Committee!

with bi-partisan support

The prospects for Senate ratification of the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) improved significantly September 16th as the Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted to send the treaty to the Senate floor by a vote of 14-4, including support from key Republicans.

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