A protester holds a Russian passport and a poster with words, “I am Russian and I oppose the war” during the human chain against the killing of children by the Russian army during the invasion of Ukraine. (Photo: Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images, 1240556861.jpeg.webp)

To end the horror in Ukraine, go big, and go broad

“Amid such suffering and with the risk of escalation increasing by the day, our call must be clear: End the war now,” says Kevin Martin, president of Peace Action, the network to which PeaceWorks belongs.

“We are weary of the endless wars by our country, the needless loss of civilian and combatant lives, the scars of war—the dead, the physical injuries, the mental injuries, and life-times of the pain and loss of war,” says Henry Stoever, right, as Chris Stohrer listens.—Photo by Jim Hannah

PWKC stands with Veterans for Peace to remember Armistice Day

We are weary of the endless wars by our country, the needless loss of civilian and combatant lives, the unnecessary involvement of our country in all of the recent wars, the depletion of our precious resources that rightly should have gone to the most needy of our world, the scars of war—the dead, the physical injuries, the mental injuries, and life-times of the pain and loss of war.