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Stop the Wars is participating in Boston UNAC

Next BostonUNAC Organizing Meeting:
Check the website above.

typically every 2 weeks

The next Stop the Wars meeting - TBD.

Meetings at Encuentro 5
9B Hamilton Place, 2nd Floor, Boston, MA
(Park St. Stop on the Green and Red Lines T)
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Stop the Wars! All Troops Home Now!

About the Greater Boston Stop the Wars Coalition (STWC)
We call for an end to the criminal wars on the peoples of Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iraq...
read on

First Night Against the Wars 2013-14

on the steps of the Boston Public Library (corner of Boylston & Dartmouth Streets)
starting at Noonish till sixish after the parade
We'll have free hot chocolate and snacks for passersby who stop to pick up your literature. We're also going to have a bright sticker that has broad appeal and that everyone opposed to these wars can wear.
We're organizing an educational action that reaches the 100,000s of people who will be in Boston to celebrate First Night. We want to welcome them. We want to celebrate.
But we also want everyone to be fully conscious of the many wars:

First Night Against the Wars 2012-13

Stop the Wars was instrumental in coordinating this years "First Night Against the Wars"

Check out the Event Page on Facebook

We are one of the groups the Boston Police Department spied on

Stop the Wars is one of the groups the Boston Police Department spied on

See the National Lawyers Guild site which includes links to the illegal police materials.
http://www.nlgmass.org/

The Boston Globe and WBUR have stories

Boston Globe Story
http://boston.com/community/blogs/on_liberty/2012/10/when_boston_police_...

WBUR
http://www.wbur.org/2012/10/18/boston-police-surveillance

6/23 Tell Obama US out of Afghanistan

President Obama plans to announce his plans for the Afghanistan war in a speech Wednesday night. According to press reports he is still evaluating three options, but the most favorable of the 3 options considered is a withdrawal of only 30,000 over 12 months. That option would still leave 70,000 US troops, 42,000 NATO troops, and 90,000 foreign contractors, in Afghanistan. It is a plan for continued war.

May 2011 New England United

NEW ENGLAND UNITED ANTIWAR NETWORK

The next meeting of New England United

BRING THE WAR DOLLARS HOME!
SATURDAY MAY 21, 2011
1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY

700 Boylston St., Copley Sq., Boston
Closest T-Stops: Green Line - Copley & Orange Line - Back Bay
For more information call, 617-555-1212 (add web page)

SPONSORS:
MASSACHUSETTS GLOBAL
ACTION,
BOSTON UNITED NATIONAL ANTIWAR COMMITTEE

Welcome

See the list of our Main Activities to the right
A more complete list of our past activities can be found below.

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Arad Spring - Libyan Winter

Arad Spring/Libyan Winter - a forum

As millions of people across the Middle East and North Africa fight for freedom against tyrannical regimes, US warplanes bomb Libya with the stated aim of protecting civilians. But what are the real aims of our government's intervention? How do they relate to its wars and other policies in the Middle East? And what can those of us inspired by the democratic uprisings do to help?

Protest U.S. Attacks on Libya

Protest/Picket Against U.S. Attacks on Libya
Monday, June 27, 2011, 4:00 – 6:00 PM
Outside Senator John Kerry’s Office
One Bowdoin Square (Next to JFK Building), Boston, MA

Dawn of a New Revolt

Challenging Corporate America’s Wars at Home and Abroad

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