Save Our Drinking Water from Our Corrupt pResident by speaking up to the Evironmental Protection Agency
Speakers assailed contaminants at the former nuclear weapons parts plant and the fear of toxins at the new plant, and they welcomed plans to address the racial divide in KC as well as looming threats to our earth, air, and water. Annual Meeting blends harsh reality, hope Harsh reality met bold hope at the PeaceWorks … Continue reading Harsh reality met hope at PeaceWorks’ Annual Meeting
Save our water from polluters! This video presentation was of Pat Elder, a teacher and political activist who discusses current, life threatening toxins in our water systems including surface, table and tap water which has caused hundreds of cases of cancer in humans from young mothers to all of us. These toxins are introduced … Continue reading Summary of Countering Military Recruitment In Public Schools and Confronting Contaminants Near Military Bases
This was the best UNplaza Art Fair ever! There were more people than ever representing many cultural, and socio-economic levels working in harmony. The beauty and creative skills of artists was evident in their painting, photography, pottery, jewelry, dresses, scarves, purses and other items. Representatives of progressive political groups advocating against the totalitarianism of the current administration’s nuclear proliferation, divisive Politics, violence, genocide, voter suppression, racism, corruption, anti-feminism, anti-environmentalism, and the disastrous, treasonous collusion and obstruction of justice involving an enemy, Russia provided a good reason to GET OUT AND VOTE AGAINST THE CURRENT RULING PARTY THIS NOVEMBER! Promote Peace, Justice Tolerance, Equality, Social Fairness for All, Education For All and Make America Great Again.
The author of this excerpt is Mark A Semet, PeaceWorksKC Board Member.
"Turning the Clock Back from Midnight: How We Can Address the Crisis of 2018 and Renew Eco/Justice/Peace Work for the 21st Century."
"We have to stand and fight this, because if we don’t at the end of the day, it’s not about them, it’s about us." This was a statement by Kansas City Missouri's Mayor Sly James at the "Rally to protest family separation at U.S. borders" June 24, 2018.
By Jane Stoever “Emotionally powerful.” That’s how Bennette Dibben, a PeaceWorks Board member, describes the rally, die-in, and civil resistance that PeaceWorks-KC sponsored May 28, Memorial Day, in Kansas City, MO. By the end of the three-hour witness, five persons had crossed the property line at the new nuclear weapons plant. They were arrested, processed, … Continue reading Five persons arrested Memorial Day during PeaceWorks’ annual rally
More than 100 people gathered recently to watch the documentary "Occupation of the American Mind: Israel's Public Relations War in the United States." Here are links to four short videos from the Q&A with panelists.
During DC Days in mid-May with the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability, two PeaceWorks Board members, Ann Suellentrop and Bennette Dibben, heard Sen. Ed Markey warn against “a mobile Chernobyl” of nuclear waste that might cross the country.
Photos of The PeaceworksKC Die-In Memorial Day 2017. Please join us for this years vigil.