National Protests on the Anniversary of the Afghanistan War

Published: Mon 2 Oct 2017 02:01 PM
Join the National Protests on the 16th Anniversary of the Afghanistan War
October 6th marks the 16th anniversary of the longest foreign war in U.S. history. Instead of ending it, Trump has announced an escalation of the war on Afganistan. Join us in protest during the week of October 2 - 8. See the call by leading U.S. antiwar activists:
Endorse the Week of Action:
Add Your Action to the List of Actions:
For more information and to see planned actions:
No to endless war & Occupation!
No to white supremacy!
Hands off N. Korea and Iran!
Stop attacks on Immigrants and Muslims!
Bring all the troops home now and close the bases!
Keep Space for Peace Week
October 7 - 14, 2017
No 'Missile Defense' in Korea
No THAAD in Seongju
The Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space will be holding its annual Keep Space of Peace Week. This will be during the week that follows the actions against the Afghanistan escalation with one day overlap. Organizations may want to integrate both actions or participate in both.
For more information:
7 Arrested at Hancock Reaper Drone Base
Monday, 25 September 2017, 9 AM. Seven members of the grassroots group Upstate Drone Action once again were arrested as they delivered a citizen’s war crime indictment to the chain of command at Hancock Air Force Base. Upstate Drone Action also placed a huge dollar sign [$] dripping with “blood” in the main entrance way to the base. The six-foot high dollar sign dramatizes what the group believes determines the many overseas wars the Pentagon/CIA engages in: corporate greed. [read more]

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