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 Statement of Respect to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and all Native Nations

We acknowledge in Milwaukee and Wisconsin that we are on traditional lands belonging to the Potawatomi, Ho-Chunk, Menominee,  Anishinabe, Oneida, Mohican and other First Nations of Wisconsin. We honor and support indigenous people. We also acknowledge that this area was once a stop on the Underground Railroad, for enslaved Africans Wisconsin waterways were a pathway to freedom.

STAND FOR PEACE- Noon to 1 PM every Saturday

June 10: 16th/Greenfield 

June 17: 35th/Fond du Lac/Burleigh

June 24: Farwell/North

The United Nations of Greater Milwaukee invites you to hear…

"Three First-Hand Perspectives on The Most Important Issues for The United Nations and the UNA of Greater Milwaukee"

Saturday – June 10th, 2023 from 10 – 11:30 AM

Attend In-Person at Zao MKE Church – 2319 E. Kenwood Blvd, Milwaukee, WI

or Virtually Through the Following Zoom Link


These Three Chapter Leaders Represented the UNA of Greater Milwaukee at the 2023 UNA-USA Leadership Summit “United for Impact” / June 4th - 6th, 2023,  in Washington, DC:

 Steve Watrous (UNA-GM President), Martha Collins (UNA-GM Vice-President), Annette Robertson (UNA-GM Secretary)

The three UNA-GM chapter officers who attended the 2023 UNA-USA Leadership Summit, will share the best of their interactions with UN and U.S. government officials and with members of other UNA chapters.  2023  Summit speakers included Catherine Russell (Executive Director of UNICEF) and Ambassador Michele J. Sison (Assistant Secretary, Bureau of International Organization Affairs, U.S. Department of State).


The Second Part of the Forum Will Focus On "Collaborating for Greater Community Impact"

The second part of the forum will provide participants with an opportunity to share ideas for planning future forums, how to develop relationships with other community groups and organizations concerned with global issues, and how the UNA of Greater Milwaukee can be more effective in supporting the sustainable development goals of the UN and UNA-USA.

For more information, contact Jack Murtaugh

[email protected] (email) / 414.635.9879 (Phone)


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Family Pride Event at Zao Church June 10 at Noon


Women's Earth and Climate Network

Indigenous leaders urge Biden to shut down Line 5 pipeline due to ‘imminent’ threat. Peace Action WI has signed on.

President Biden has the authority to make the call to Shut down Line 5


Milwaukee Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild

Action AlertPeace Action - WI supporters are urged to attend the

Milwaukee Common Council Judicial and Legislation Committee hearing on Monday, June 12, 11:00 AM, City Hall, Room 301B of Milwaukee City Hall. 

We also ask you to contact your MKE alderperson at 414 286-2221 or by email to ask the Common Council to act to save JusticePoint's Municipal Court Alternatives Program before June 12 or if you can't attend in person. Find Common Council contact information here: Find out who your MKE alderperson is here:

On the agenda of the Judicial and Legislation Committee will be a request by a coalition of 24 community groups, including MICAH, ACLU, Rid Racism, PeaceAction, National Lawyers Guild, and Milwaukee Turners (see May 31st letter attached).  The Coalition to Save JusticePoint's Municipal Court Alternatives Program is demanding that the Milwaukee Municipal Court renew its contract with Justice Point to continue their services of Alternative Programming for particularly vulnerable persons coming through the city's Municipal Court system, including mentally challenged, houseless, and those affected by drug addiction.  Justice Point was simply informed that the contract that expires July 11, 2023, would not be renewed, with no cause given for the cancellation.  Justice Point has served over 62,000 people over the past 20 years.

Following this appeal by 24 civic and rights organizations, Ald. Michael Borkowski scheduled a committee hearing on Monday, June 12 at 11am, to consider the essentially unexplained decision by the Milwaukee Municipal court, to terminate this 40 year program of assistance which had been authorized and funded by the common council.

The original decision gave no reason other than it was a “termination for convenience.” Just this week, the Court Administrator has stated that:  "Milwaukee Municipal Court's intervention/alternatives program will continue, just not with the current vendor." So far there is still no explanation, who or what will supposedly provide the services, their qualifications if any, nor even when they would begin to do so.

We need to advocate for renewal of the Justice Point Alternative Program because it is the moral, humane, and just way to treat  our neighbors. It is a way to make our city safer.  It holds people accountable and at the same time gives them an opportunity to find the resources that people need to overcome their barriers and challenges.

Attached is the letter sent to members of the Milwaukee Common Council and the Mayor of Milwaukee by the Milwaukee Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild, MICAH, and other members of the coalition.

For more information contact Atty. Art Heitzer, [email protected].

Our next webinar will be Monday, June 12, 8 pm EDT. Hope you can join us! See announcement below and register here:

IMF and World Bank: Tools of Empire

Mon June 12 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT


The International Monetary Fund and World Bank were created after World War II by the victors at the 1944 Bretton Woods Conference. Dominated by the US, both institutions were from the beginning meant to further imperialism. While the IMF became the world’s monetary police and financial gatekeeper from the get go, the World Bank’s early years mainly focused on reconstructing war-torn Western Europe and Japan. A few years later, the World Bank shifted its focus to “developing” the Global South. By the 1970s the Bank proclaimed its mission was to reduce poverty.
Driven by Reagan-Thatcher neoliberalism, both institutions launched structural adjustment loans that required borrower countries to adopt austerity measures such as downsizing and privatizing public services, making them unaffordable to the poor. Both international financial institutions plunged countries, especially in the Global South, into debt crises and extracted wealth for the global capitalist class. They complement US/NATO military interventions in enacting modern-day colonialism.

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Hear from a panel of 4 collectively chosen by the larger group of BAP members who went on the 2023 May Day Brigade to Cuba. They will give a multimedia report reflecting on the seminars and forums we attended, connections we made with the Cuban people, our experience participating in May Day celebrations, and connections we made with people from other countries who also came to Cuba. Also hear about how solidarity with Cuba fits into BAP's campaign for Our Americas to be recognized and respected as a Zone of Peace.

⌚️ 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. ET, Thursday, June 15 2023


  • Gus Griffin, BAP Africa Team and Ujima People's Progress Party
  • Shaquille Fontenot, Lowcountry Action Committee (invited)
  • Damion Scott, BAP Atlanta
  • Kim Clark, Lowcountry Action Committee

Moderator: Erica Caines, Co-Coordinator, BAP Haiti/Americas Team


📺 This event will be livestreamed on Twitter and YouTube, where it can be played back later (that is the recording).


Peace Action Wisconsin and the United Nations Association of Greater Milwaukee

invite you to our…

2023 Annual Picnic 

Come and meet with old friends, meet new friends, and enjoy some good food, beverage, and conversation! 

Saturday–June 24th, 2023 from 2–5 PM 

Zao MKE Church – 2319 East Kenwood Blvd. – Milwaukee, WI 53211


The picnic will be held outdoors in front of Zao Church or inside the church in case of rain

Free bratwurst, veggie burgers, and potato salad.

Please bring your favorite potluck dish to share.

Desserts will be for sale by  Daughters of Tradition (DOT) all Indigenous girls youth group. They are planning a trip  to the UN in New York next year, let's help raise some funds!

Music will by the Raging Grannies, Harvey and Susan Taylor and David HB Drake.

Parking- The Zao MKE Church parking lot. When it’s filled there is free parking on the street, or pay to park at the Zelazo Center.

For more information, contact Pam Richard: 414-269-9525 or [email protected]

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Peace Action WI is at a new location! Thanks to everyone who made our move possible.

  Zao Church Milwaukee

2319 E Kenwood Blvd

  Milwaukee, WI 53211

Our Office # is the same: 414-269-9525

We are across the street from the UW-Milwaukee Union, at  Zao Church, once known as the United Methodist Church, on Kenwood boulevard, between Farwell and Prospect. Call if you would like to visit. When attending events here, you can park in the parking lot, just put a note that you're visiting Peace Action WI.

Mailing address:

P O Box 11126

 Shorewood, WI 53211

Contact for information: Pam Richard  [email protected]

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Antiwar Activists Publish Ceasefire Petition in Washington, DC newspaper on Wednesday, May 24, 2023 

Peace Action WI delivered the Peace in Ukraine appeal letter to Gwen Moore's office, Ron Johnson's Office and Tammy Baldwin's office.

To Presidents Biden, Putin and Zelensky:


The war in Ukraine has taken hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian and Russian lives, uprooted millions, contaminated land, air and water and worsened the climate crisis.

The longer the war goes on, the greater the danger of spiraling escalation which can lead to a wider war, environmental devastation and nuclear annihilation.

The war diverts billions that could be addressing urgent human needs.

Total military victory cannot be achieved by either Russia or Ukraine. It is time to support the calls by Pope Francis, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres, Presidents Lula de Silva of Brazil, Erdoğan of Turkey, Xi of China, and others for a ceasefire and a negotiated end to this calamitous war.

Stop the killing, agree to a ceasefire and begin negotiations!

   Special Stand for “Daniel Ellsberg Week,” April 24-30. We celebrate the life’s work of Daniel Ellsberg, and to take action in support of whistleblowers and peacemakers, and to call on state and local governments around the country to honor the spirit of difficult truth-telling. His book, "Confessions of a Nuclear War Planner", reveals how Pentagon planning for nuclear war included sacrificing the lives of 100's of millions of people. He recently wrote a public letter disclosing that he has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, with only three to six months to live.






WATCH the recording: IRAQ 20 YEARS — Anti-War Rally at the White House

Watch News2Share‘s broadcast of the anti-war rally at the White House on Saturday. More than 200 anti-war organizations signed up for the protest and march to The Washington Post headquarters.

A time of unprecedented danger: It is 90 seconds to midnight

2023 Doomsday Clock Statement

Science and Security Board
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Editor, John Mecklin
January 24, 2023

This year, the Science and Security Board of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists moved the hands of the Doomsday Clock forward from 100 seconds to midnight, largely (though not exclusively) because of the mounting dangers of the war in Ukraine. The Clock now stands at 90 seconds to midnight—the closest to global catastrophe it has ever been.

 Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism (CCDS)

Socialist Education Project (SEP) presents its 4th Monday Webinar

Recording: Vijay Prashad, “The Rise of ‘The Darker Nations’ in the 21st Century: Responses to Crises of War, Poverty, and Environmental Disaster”

Vijay Prashad is an Indian historian, editor, and journalist. He is the chief editor of LeftWord Books and the director of Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research. He is a senior non-resident fellow at Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China. He has written more than 20 books, including "The Darker Nations" and "The Poorer Nations." He recently published a revised version of his groundbreaking book, “The Darker Nations: A People’s History of the Third World,” New Press, August, 2022 which he will discuss followed by questions and comments.

      Photo: March 4 Oakland and Capitol - 20 years of the Stand for Peace!

-------------------------------------------MADISON CHAPTER OF WORLD BEYOND WAR

The Madison for a World BEYOND War chapter was launched in 2022. The chapter conducts regular War Abolition Walks and calls on elected officials to reduce military spending, stop F-35 warplanes from coming to Wisconsin, and push for diplomacy to end the war in Ukraine.


Fox Valley students take stance against conflict with Iran | WLUK

Monthly Vigil in Appleton

First Saturdays

Houdini Plaza, West Lawrence St, Appleton, WI 

for info: [email protected]

US congresswoman Betty McCollum (D) introduces bill

"Defending the Human Rights of Palestinian Children and Families Living Under Israeli Military Occupation Act"

The measure, backed by 17 Democrats, would ban US assistance to Israel from contributing to detention of Palestinian children.

The legislation prohibits Israel’s government from using U.S. taxpayer dollars in the Occupied West Bank for the military detention, abuse, or ill treatment of Palestinian children in Israeli military detention; the seizure and destruction of Palestinian property and homes in violation of international humanitarian law; or any assistance or support for unilateral annexation of Palestinian lands in violation of international humanitarian law.

 What's War Got to Do With It? Fund Human Need Not Pentagon Greed –  Massachusetts Peace Action

Animated Graphic of Military (red), Government (blue) and Humanitarian Expenditures (yellow) Tax dollars to Ukraine

Each dot represents $100,000 in US taxpayer dollars, according to the creator of this highly illustrative graphic. In 2022, the US is projected to send $60 Billion in military aid, $27 Billion in government aid, and last on the priority list, $15 Billion in humanitarian aid.

25 Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes That Have Stayed With UsPrinciples of Nonviolence – Martin Luther King, JR State Commission

Military Spending: $87 Million-Per-Hour in 2023

Online Fall 2022 Newsletter

For Total Cost of War Since 2001, taxpayers in the state of Wisconsin are paying $127.25 billion.

Milwaukee Peace Rally

Milwaukee Peace Rally Sept 15, 2022


Peace Activists Hit the Streets from DC to San Francisco

Demanding a “Ceasefire now!” activists hosted anti-war events in DC, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Milwaukee, Madison, Boston, Rockville, Santa Cruz, San Mateo, San Pedro, Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. For the September Week of Action organized by the Peace in Ukraine Coalition.

Let's Defuse Nuclear War, Together

Kevin Martin

Kevin Martin is President of Peace Action and Peace Action Education Fund, the country’s largest peace and disarmament organization with approximately 200,000 supporters nationwide.


Thousands of women protesting at the RAF Greenham Common air base in 1982. The demonstrations continued until 1991 when the final American Cruise missiles were removed.

Thousands of women protesting at the RAF Greenham Common air base in 1982. The demonstrations continued until 1991 when the final American Cruise missiles were removed. Photograph: PA

Bangor Trident Nuclear Sub Base - Kitsap, WA - August 8, 2022

Flash Mob performs "War What Is It Good For" by Edwin Starr
Amazingly choreographed 6 minute video of a demonstration outside the Nuclear Weapons site.
When the dance was completed, some people remained on the roadway holding two large banners that read "ABOLISH NUCLEAR WEAPONS" and "NUCLEAR WEAPONS ARE ILLEGAL: Get them out of Kitsap County" respectively. Eleven activists were removed from the roadway by Washington State Patrol Officers and cited for "Pedestrian on roadway illegally". The other two activists crossed the Blue Line onto the submarine base, were detained by Naval security personnel, and cited for "Trespassing" on Federal property.

The Israeli Occupation Forces bombed Gaza last week. Join the global call on the U.S. to stop funding the ethnic cleansing of Palestine!

Dear President Biden Members of the U.S. Congress,

The events that transpired in Gaza last week make one thing clear: US taxpayer dollars that go to Israel in the form of $3.8 billion in military “aid” are being used to further harm and kill Palestinians. We, the undersigned, are demanding that the United States stops funding Israeli war crimes and human rights abuses and halt all weapons sales to the occupation. 

Your administration insists that it cares deeply about human rights around the globe, yet you refuse to hold Israeli occupation accountable for its daily human rights abuses. 

The slaughter and daily assault on Palestinian human rights being carried out by Israel is an unacceptable use of US taxpayer dollars. We demand an end to U.S. collaboration in the ethnic cleansing of Palestine. 

US Members of Congress like Representatives Betty McCollum, Chuy Garcia, Marie Newman, Rashida Tlaib and several others have called for the conditioning of aid to Israel. The concept of revoking or halting aid is not new, and it is supported by many lawmakers and their constituents. We call on Congress to suspend all aid and block any weapons sale that gets announced to the occupation. 

US taxpayers pay Israel over 10 million dollars a day, and Israel uses that money to inflict violence all over Palestine. We call you to halt this “aid” and demand that Israel stop its assault on Gaza, its evictions in East Jerusalem, and its attacks on Al-Aqsa. We demand that not one more tax payer dollar gets sent to fund apartheid and anti-Palestinian violence. We look forward to seeing how you will carry out these demands.

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16 Palestinian children in Gaza dead after Israeli military offensive

AUG 09, 2022

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 Stand for World Peace

Peace in Ukraine

Peace Action WI Joins U.S. National Call in Support of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear WeaponsSign the Statement on the Existential Threat of Nuclear Weapons & Treaty  Prohibition by June 7 | Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice The campaign - ICAN

In the face of widespread concern about the threat of nuclear weapons, World BEYOND War joins with organizations and individuals across the country in releasing the following statement:


The power to initiate a global apocalypse lies in the hands of the leaders of nine nations. As 122 nations of the world indicated when they adopted the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in July, 2017, this is unacceptable.

As concerns about the threat of nuclear weapons re-enter the public consciousness, it is important to know that humankind is not without an answer to the nuclear threat. The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, which entered into force on January 22, 2021, provides a clear pathway to the elimination of the nuclear threat.

We call on all nuclear armed states to take immediate steps to:

  • engage the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons,
  • attend the First Meeting of States Parties, and
  • sign, ratify and implement the Treaty.

We also call on the U.S. media to recognize the existence of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons and to include the Treaty in discussions, articles, and editorials regarding the nuclear threat and methods available to address it.


The Statement has been endorsed by Peace Action WI and organizations representing hundreds of thousands of people in the United States as well as by a growing list of individuals. A list of signatories can be found at

Peace Action WI also encourages support for this  Global Appeal to Nine Nuclear Governments, and recommends participating in these events:


Take Action!

Save Masafer Yatta

Israel is currently carrying out its largest expulsion of Palestinians in decades. Home demolitions in Masafer Yatta in the occupied West Bank are underway. Please join us in asking the State Department to act immediately to stop Israel’s forced expulsion of over 1,000 Palestinians. 

Take action!

Defense for Children International - Palestine


StandWithThe6 Israel must stop criminalizing Palestinian human rights  defenders!Tell Congress to Ban Israel from Abusing Human Rights with U.S. Dollars


☎️ Call your House Rep: 1-202-224-3121 (Congressional switchboard)

H.R. 2590 will ensure my taxpayer dollars will not fund the Israeli government’s brutal occupation or human rights abuses against Palestinian children.

House Res 751 condemns Israel's designation of 6 internationally respected human rights organizations as terrorist groups.

Opposing human rights violations without demanding accountability enables further abuses. I hope that you will add your name to these important pieces of legislation and take a stand for human rights.

☎️ Call both your Senators: 1-202-224-3121 (Congressional switchboard)

Please ensure my taxpayer dollars will not fund the Israeli government’s brutal occupation or human rights abuses against the Palestinian people and their children. Opposing human rights violations without demanding accountability enables further abuses. I hope that you will take a stand for human rights.


A Million Afghan Children Could Starve This Winter. Are US Sanctions to  Blame? | The NationUS allows aid for Afghanistan despite sanctions against Taliban | United  Nations News | Al Jazeera

Dial 202-224-3121 NOW ! Call your Senators and Congressional Representatives

 Demand that the Biden administration unfreeze Afghanistan’s assets, return all 7 billion to their country, so they can restart their economy and feed their people.

Hello Senator _____________ I am calling about the one million children in Afghanistan who face death by starvation.                                                                                                                                                 
President Biden should do more immediately.  He should relax sanctions on Afghanistan and increase humanitarian aid through the United Nations. Antonio Guterres, the Secretary General of the United Nations, has warned that millions of Afghans are on the “verge of death,” 22.8 million Afghans – or more than half of the country’s population – will face acute food insecurity this winter and one million children risk dying of malnutrition. 

Pass H.J.Res. 87 and S.J.Res. 56 to end U.S. participation in the Saudi-led war in Yemen.

🥳 Peace and Justice for Yemen🥳 - CODEPINK - Women for Peace


 On May 31, 2022, Reps. Peter DeFazio (OR-4), Pramila Jayapal (WA-7), Adam Schiff (CA-28), and Nancy Mace (SC-1) introduced H.J.Res. 87, a bill to end U.S. involvement in the Saudi-led war and blockade in Yemen. On July 14, 2022, Sens. Bernie Sanders (VT), Patrick Leahy (VT), and Elizabeth Warren (MA) introduced an identical resolution (S.J.Res. 56) in the Senate. The war has created one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world, and over 16 million people are on the brink of famine. While the warring parties have entered a temporary truce, Congress must ensure an end to U.S. support for the war and prevent the truce from breaking.

Pass H.J.Res. 87 and S.J.Res. 56 to end U.S. participation in the Saudi-led war in Yemen.

The war has created one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world, and over 16 million people are on the brink of famine. While the warring parties have thankfully entered a temporary truce, Congress must act to ensure an end to U.S. support for the war and prevent the truce from breaking.

On Feb. 4, 2021, President Biden announced that the U.S. would end its support for the coalition’s offensive operations in Yemen, but important aspects of U.S. complicity remain. This includes ongoing maintenance and intelligence sharing for warplanes conducting airstrikes and enforcing an air and sea blockade of Yemen. 

Bipartisan majorities in both chambers of Congress passed a Yemen War Powers Resolution in 2019 to end U.S. support for the Saudi-led war. President Trump vetoed this resolution, but United Nations officials say that congressional action helped promote peace negotiations.  Now, Congress has an historic opportunity to help end U.S participation in one of the most devastating wars in the world.

We urge Congress to pass H.J.Res. 87 and S.J.Res. 56 to terminate unauthorized military involvement in the Saudi-led coalition’s war and blockade.

The War Powers Act must be invoked because:

  • U.S. pressure will ensure Saudi Arabia remains at the negotiating table to turn the truce into a permanent end to the war.
  • The war has led to a humanitarian disaster. Nearly 24 million people are in need of emergency assistance.
  • The war and blockade are killing Yemeni civilians. The UN estimated that the Yemen war led to 377,000 deaths in 2021—nearly 60% of those due to indirect causes such as disruptions in access to food, clean water, and medicine.
  • Yemen’s children are being starved. The UN warned in 2021 that 2.3 million children are suffering from acute malnutrition. 400,000 of these children could die of starvation without urgent action.
FCNL Contact: Hassan El-Tayyab, [email protected]

  1. The carbon bootprint of the US military, larger than that of many countries. 
  2. The wars for oil and other resources – how they support the fossil fuel-based status quo.
  3. The unequal burden of both climate crisis and militarism on people of color, the poor, and future generations.
  4. The resources spent on militarism and war – redirect to respond to the existential threat of climate crisis.

Because it's 100 seconds to midnight,
The threat of nuclear war is now higher than it was during the Cold War.
That’s according to former Defense Secretary William Perry -- who is no peacenik.  
That’s why it’s more urgent than ever that our Representatives institute a policy of No First Use and No Sole Authority in order to reduce the grave peril posed by nuclear weapons. Ask your Senators and Representative and Congressional leadership to support legislation to institute a United States policy of No First Use of nuclear weapons.
It’s important that we act now. President Joe Biden's Nuclear Posture Review is underway, and it will determine his administration’s approach to nuclear policy. If we want to avoid a devastating nuclear war, we need to demonstrate broad public support for a policy of No First Use. Call and Email Congress to tell them to support a No First Use policy for nuclear weapons! 
There are two bills in Congress, the Markey-Lieu Bill (S.1148, HR.669) and the Warren-Smith Bill (S.1219, HR.2603), that would institute a No First Use Policy. These bills should be uncontroversial for anyone who wants to avoid a potentially disastrous nuclear war. Yet, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer haven’t used their leadership to make sure these bills get a vote. Call on your Representatives to institute a policy of No First Use and demand that Pelosi and Schumer bring the bills to a vote! 
The Midwest Nuclear Disarmament Working Group
(Chicago Area Peace Action, Peace Action Wisconsin, Union of Concerned Scientists, Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Fellowship of Reconciliation, Peace Action Michigan)
P.S. Don't forget to take action right now!
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    I Have A Suggestion Peace Action of WI Annual Membership Meeting and Chili Supper On November 19th I Don’t Like Chili Of Any Kind I Never Liked It Since I Was A Kid So Next Year I Suggest It Be A Spaghetti Supper Or Something Else And Spaghetti Can Also Be Served Meat And Vegetarian