Photos by Jim Hannah capture our energy and commitment at our annual gathering Aug. 7, Remembering Hiroshima & Nagasaki: Never Again!
Our brochure team created both a flier to say who we are and a brochure that, in depth, explores our core values, our concerns, our care for the Earth.
This year’s PeaceWorks KC Local Art Fair comes to a new location: Theis Park, south of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. “Art + peace—what a combo!” says Ann Suellentrop.
Our Annual Meeting will celebrate progress on nuclear issues worldwide, target banks that heavily invest in KC’s nuclear weapons factory, have an award presentation, and perhaps dip into Truth or Consequences.
Pictures in our slide show, plus a video, reflect peace activists’ demand at our Feb. 5 rally in KC MO, No War with Russia over Ukraine.
KCTV5 spliced quotes from speakers at our Feb. 5 rally, No War with Russia over Ukraine, into a report that Russia sent “long-range nuclear-capable bombers on patrol over its ally Belarus.”
Come to a “No War with Russia over Ukraine” rally at 11 am this Saturday, Feb. 5, at the Plaza Fountain at 47th Street and Main in KC MO.
The US feared Afghan Zemadi Ahmadi was a terrorist. But we had wrongly identified him, and we killed him and 9 of his family members in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Aug. 29. We are sorry! Here are two videos, by Kriss Avery, of our drone war protest Nov. 29 at Whiteman AFB.
Instead of a day celebrating the value of peace in our lives, Veteran’s Day has become a glorification of war and U.S. militarism.
This slide show, by Kriss Avery, gives an amalgam of the Finale Rally for the 253-mile Wichita-to-KC Bob Lavelle Memorial Peace Walk. Dreamed up and done by Charles Carney, the walk began Aug. 10 and concluded Sept. 17.