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Demand that President Biden and Secretary of Defense Austin permanently shut down the U.S. Navy’s leaking jet fuel tanks in Hawai’i.

Help Ann Wright, a supporter of the local peace economy,  protect her neighborhood from pollution cause by leaking military fuel tanks. Sign the petition!

The U.S. Navy has 20 massive jet fuel tanks located only 100 feet above Honolulu’s aquifer. Because the tanks are now 80-years-old, they are leaking their poison right into the island’s drinking water. In November 2021, 93,000 persons, ironically, primarily military families, suffered vomiting, diarrhea, and rashes from petroleum in their drinking water. Many had to go to emergency rooms and pets had to be taken to veterinarians. Soon, the leaking fuel, leaking into the Pacific ocean, may reach Guam, Washington, Oregon, and California.

Please help us to permanently close down the Red Hill Jet Fuel tanks by signing this petition to President Biden and Secretary of Defense Austin.

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International Migrants Day

A new Good Neighbor Policy - CODEPINK - Women for Peace

The Local Peace Economy celebrate International Migrants Day with a viewing of a CodePink documentary that features first-hand testimonies from women from Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua, on how their families have been heavily impacted by US foreign policy of  supporting military style government that protect American corporative business practices of exploiting both  workers and the environmental,  which has and is, ruining many small farmers, forcing them to leave the land to find work. If  the US wants to solve the migrant problem, it has to reform its foreign policy and become a good neighbor. Watch video below and learn more about international migrant day.

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Refuse Money From Weapons Companies.

We are excited to announce that Representative Ilhan Omar just became the 13th member of Congress to sign our pledge to refuse money from weapons companies! 

The new year is coming up and CODEPINK is going after arms sales in 2022—and the people in Congress who benefit from those sales. The United States is the largest exporter of weapons and is arming conflicts all over the world. Not only are weapons companies responsible for murder but their products are also responsible for environmental destruction that threatens our ability to keep living on the only planet we have. CODEPINK is launching a Call to Disarm where we will pull weapons company dollars out of politics and make sure that money stays out.

We are already winning. Tell Congress to join the other members who have signed the pledge. They need to listen to us, not their corporate donors! 

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Report: Solidarity Action for Julian Assange

by Toby Blomé
Friday, November 11, 2021, 
British Embassy, San Francisco
It was a very sad morning for so many of us around the world yesterday, as we awoke to the horrendous news that a British high court overturned an earlier court ruling, and increased the possibility for the extradition of journalist and Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange to the U.S. This court ruling will be appealed by Julian’s legal team, and there are also other aspects of the case that still need to be ruled on, however, for those of us who hold Julian Assange dear to our hearts, as a brother who risked and sacrificed so much for all of us by exposing the injustices and war crimes of the U.S., we were heart-struck.  Continue reading

URGENT! Support the amendment to address the blockade of Gaza

Senator Sanders has introduced an amendment to the NDAA to require a report on the suffering caused by the blockade of Gaza and how the blockade might be ended. Tell your Senators that you want them to support Bernie’s amendment to Let Gaza Live!

Gaza has been under Israeli blockade for the past decade, during which time Israel has also launched countless attacks against the besieged population, turning their life into a nightmare and a continuous struggle. The blockade denies Palestinians in the Gaza Strip their basic human rights, in contravention of International Law. It severely limits their possibility to import and export merchandise and to travel in and out of their country. It denies them access to their agricultural lands and fishing grounds. The blockade is a form of collective punishment, which deprives the inhabitants the possibility to support themselves, security of food supplies, medical care, education, drinkable water and cultural exchange.

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