SF Bay Area

Watch: No Weapons, Wars, or Walls! Divest from Militarism, Invest in Communities!

When:
December 24, 2021 @ 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
2021-12-24T10:00:00-08:00
2021-12-24T22:00:00-08:00

Twenty years after 9/11, the war on terror has remade the United States into a far more militarized actor, both around the world and at home. A new report from the National Priorities Project at the Institute for Policy Studies finds that over the last two decades the U.S. has spent more than $21 trillion on militarization, surveillance, and repression — all in the name of security. But instead of making our communities more secure, this racist spending produces needless violence, destruction, and harm. It also diverts resources from services that respond to our communities’ real needs. Join the Institute for Policy Studies for a critical conversation with movement partners organizing to dismantle U.S. militarism, divest from the militarized budget, and reclaim our resources to invest in communities. Panelists from the National Priorities Project at the Institute for Policy Studies, Dissenters, and Defund Hate Coalition. Moderated by Khury Petersen-Smith, Michael Ratner Middle East Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies.
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CodePink is a women's grassroots-initiated, worldwide organization of women and men working for peace, social justice and a green economy. CodePink SF serves the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.


 

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1:00 PM The Waging Peace in Vietnam Exhibit
The Waging Peace in Vietnam Exhibit
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The Waging Peace in Vietnam Exhibit
During America’s War in Vietnam, tens of thousands of GIs and veterans created a robust movement in opposition to the war. Yet its history is largely unknown. The Waging Peace in Vietnam exhibit and its companion[...]

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The national CodePink organization organizes for justice for Iraqis and to hold war criminals accountable. CodePink actively opposes the U.S. war in Afghanistan, torture, the detention center at Guantanamo, weaponized and spy drones, the prosecution of whistleblowers, U.S. support for the Israeli occupation of Palestine and repressive regimes.

Rooted in a network of local organizers, CodePink's tactics include satire, street theatre, creative visuals, civil resistance, and directly challenging powerful decision-makers in government and corporations. And, of course, wearing pink!