SPECIAL FRIDAY VIGIL
Weekly Vigils held outside the Federal Building. 12 to 1 PM
Join us FRIDAY, March 20 from 12 to 1 p.m. at 7th Ave. and C Street, outside the Federal Building.
Grandmothers for Peace Demo
Every first and third Saturday from 9:30 - 11 AM. 9:30 - 11 AM
Join Grandmothers for Peace vigils at 99th & Bell; every first and third Saturday from 9:30 - 11 AM. Everyone is welcome! Signs are provided; be sure to wear a hat and bring water. If you'd like to sit, please bring a chair. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every Friday afternoon, 5:00-5:45 p.m. 5:00-5:45 p. m.
Silent vigil to remember all victims of violence followed by a brief sharing circle
Weekly DEMO against wars
Every Thursday at 12 NOON to 1PM. Noon to 1 PM
Please join us at the Maine Recruiting Station on Shattuck in Berkeley for the weekly DEMO against wars. If you have signs please bring them and if possible wear something pink.
NO!!! You Can't Have Our Kids
Monday, January 3rd 2011 Every Wednesday 2:15 pm - 5:30 pm
Join a weekly demonstration against the military recruitment across the street from Downey High School
Monthly Vigil and Organizing Meeting
First Wednesday of every month
Join CODEPINK LA for a monthly vigil against war and for community to be followed by an organizing meeting.
If you plan on joining please let us know for details-- email@example.com or 310-827-4320
mill valley friday night vigil
We will meet every Friday until all the troops come home. We have been on the corner with this message since 9/11 4:30
We stand on the corner of Camino Alto and E. Blithedale in Mill Valley with signs pertaining to Obama's Peace Promises and occasionally include Boycott Israeli Products.
CAP Weekly Vigil for Peace
Weekly on Friday afternoon. 4:30 - 6:00 PM
CAP Weekly Vigil for Peace. Come show a PINK presence for Peace.
Every 3rd Wednesday of the month. 7-8:30 PM
Monthly organizational meeting followed by a peace vigil in Ocean Beach.
Second Sunday of Every Month: Walk for Peace on the Golden Gate Bridge
Second Sunday of every month Noon
Walk for Peace on the Golden Gate Bridge. Second Sunday of every month at NOON. CODEPINK march from the North and South ends of the Golden Gate Bridge, bringing our messages of peace to motorists, tourists, bicyclists and supporters! Wear messages on clothing. No bicycles as we are on the walking side of the bridge. There are monthly "themes"-- please contact Toby Blome at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
One Billion Rising Flashmob Rehearsal (Sundays, Jan 6-Feb 10)
Flash Mob Rehearsal
Sundays 2pm-4pm: January 6, January 13, January 20, February 3, and February 10 (every Sunday except January 27) 2pm-4pm
In order to be a part of the Bay Area One Billion Rising Flash Mob, participants must attend 2 rehearsals. The January 20th rehearsal is mandatory for all people who want to be in the January 26th filming, but not necessary for the February 14th or March 8th performances.
“Resurfacing” is an interactive multi-media installation
January 15 – February 21, 2014 6:00pm
January 15 – February 21, 2014
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, 2868 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
OPENING RECEPTION: Wednesday, January 15 / 6:00 pm / Gallery / Donation
With music by AudioPharmacy, poetry by Genny Lim, Lubna Morrar, and GalleryTalks, and much more.
Resurfacing is a multi-media installation mapping the confluence of international reverence for water. Following the flow of water related issues as they wash over the globe, Resurfacing connects international problem-solving strategies and thought provoking art from Palestine to Chiapas to our home in the Bay.
Resurfacing offers a wide range of audio, visual and performative elements from the clean water initiative of Middle East Children’s Alliance in Gaza, to the public art of Estria Foundation's #WaterWrites, to Zapatista Autonomous Communities and the paintings of Nellie King Solomon. The exhibition is supported by weekly events designed to develop and strengthen relationships that ripple beyond the length of the exhibit.
Please join us!
Col. (ret.) Ann Wright: America's Pivot to Asia
Ann will be giving this talk in Berkeley too on 3/2
at 2:30 p.m. at the Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists, 1924 Cedar at Bonita, Berkeley 1:00 p.m.
America's Pivot to Asia
Destabilizing the Region
Recent Travels in Northeast Asia
Col. Wright speaks on her recent trip to Northeast Asia, Jeju Island, the Article 9 "No War" Japanese constitution conference and eight days on the PEACE BOAT traveling to South Korea, Taiwan, Shanghai and Nanjing, China.
Ann Wright is just back from London where she received an award for Chelsea Manning and met with Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy.
San Jose Chapter monthly meetings
Every 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:30 at the SJ Peace center. 7:30 PM
Meet every 3rd Tuesday each month at the San Jose Peace center: 48 S. 7th Street in downtown San Jose just south of Santa Clara Street, next to SJSU.
Occupy Beale Air Force Base July 30-31
Please join our monthly peace encampment every last Monday & Tuesday at Beale AFB, home of the Global Hawk drone. 9:00am
WE WILL NOT BE MOVED! Will you join us this month to show the U.S. military that peace is stronger than war and that love overpowers hate? On Monday evening at our potluck/talk, we will discuss the upcoming CODEPINK Pakistan "No Drones" Tour and strategize our plans to take our commitment to peace to a higher level: direct action at Beale in the fall, and New Mexico drone resistance solidarity work.
Iraq War Vigil
Every 3rd Friday
4 - 5 PM
This week we are focusing on supporting Bradley Manning.
Vigil: Never Again Includes Palestinians
This vigil normally is held between noon and 2 p.m., but on May 2, it will be extended to 4 p.m. Come anytime in this window and stay for 1-2 hours. Noon - 4 PM
Vigil in front of the Holocaust Museum, across from the "Think About What You Saw" sign. One of the most popular attractions for tourists from around the world, the Holocaust Museum represents the struggle for human rights -- and it's the ideal place to remind visitors respectfully that atrocities are going on elsewhere -- including to Palestinians, at the hands of Israelis. Bring a sign; flyers for distribution will be provided.
ADC National Convention
June 13-16, 2013 All day
Every year, more than 1,000 movers and shakers come together in DC to organize the Arab American community and advocate for their rights. Meet with the White House and Congress, get to know other Arab Americans, learn about ADC’s efforts and achievements, and help shape priorities. This year’s theme “It Starts with You” is a simple but profound statement reflecting how ADC exists for you, and has no purpose without you. The success of our work is largely determined by your participation and involvement.
Learn more or register today at: http://convention.adc.org
Thursday, June 26th 2008 6 PM
Weekly peace vigil every Thursday at 6 PMwith Veterans for Peace and other peace activists. Wear pink, bring your own signs, stand up in support! Messages include: "Out of Iraq Now!" and "CODEPINK wants troops home now!"
Orlando Monthly Meeting
2nd Wednesday of every month 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Please join us at 6:30 to discuss future actions.
Candlelight Vigil for Peace
We will meet at MLK Plaza the last Sunday of every month at sunset. Sunset
Meet us in MLK Plaza, downtown Pensacola, the last Sunday of every month near sunset, to participate in a candle light vigil for peace, and fellowship with like minded individuals, who want to create a more peaceful world. Please visit us on Facebook or Meetup to RSVP for other local events.
Vigil for Peace--anniv. of Iraq War
monthly--on a Saturday mid-month 12noon-3:00pm
Monthly peace vigil
We stand with signs on the northeast corner of Gandy Blvd. and Dale Mabry Hwy, in Tampa FL to target drivers coming from MacDill AFB.
Hilo's Weekly Peace Vigil
Friday, May 19th 2006 3:30-5:00 PM
Peace Vigil and sign holding at the Federal Building/Downtown Hilo Post Office
every Friday from 3:30 - 5:00 PM.
Bring your own sign or one will be provided.
No Drones, Peace Vigil
We will be holding our pink "No Drones" banners every Friday during April in front of the Hilo post office. 3:30 ~ 5:00 every Friday in APril
The vigil was started on September 12, 2001 to urge restraint not vengeance. We have continued every week since then.
Each week we prepare a new peace leaflet for distribution via the internet and our website, and also handed out to people in downtown Hilo.
The five points of unity for our weekly peace vigil are:
1. Mourn all victims of violence.
2. Reject war as a solution.
3. Defend civil liberties.
4. Oppose all discrimination, anti-Islamic, anti-Semitic, anti-Hawaiian, etc. 5. Seek peace through justice in Hawai`i and around the world.
At the vigils, people stand on the grass at the edge of the sidewalk holding a sign of their choice for peace. Bring your own sign if you wish,
Peace is Love Rally
First Saturday of every month 12:00 Noon to 1:00pm
Fort Wayne for Peace Monthly Rally
Vigil for Peace
Every Tuesday 11:45 AM to 12:45 PM
A PINK stand against war and for peace. Some signs will be available or bring your own.
Greenfield Weekly Peace Vigil
Weekly peace vigil since September 2002. 11am-noon
Weekly Peace Vigil observes the 8th anniversary of the start of the Iraq War. We're on the Greenfield Town Common (corner of Rte 5/10 and 2A, Main St. and Federal St.) every Saturday from 11am-noon. Bring your own sign or use one from our sign bag. Bring our troops and war $ home.
We have a peace vigil every Tuesday and Friday from 17:00 to 18:00 17:00 to 18:00
Tuesday peace vigil is at AFSC Office 4806 York Rd.
Friday vigil is at 3107 N. Charles St. (in front of Homewood Friends Meetinghouse).
Signs are provided (esp. "War is not the answer"). It is a silent vigil.
Witness for Peace
Every Sunday, rain (or worse) or shine. Noon - 1 PM
Witness for peace as part of the bridges for peace movement.
"War Made Easy" Viewing and Meeting
Once a month on the 4th Sunday of the month we will be having our CODEPINK-KC meeting at 3 PM at the Westport CoffeeHuose at 4010 Pennslyvania to be followed up with attending the anti-war rally from 4-6 PM. 2 PM
Monthly meeting at private home to watch "War Made Easy" to be followed up with joining the monthly anti-rally at 4-6 PM.
Weekly Vigil for Peace and Justice
Every Wednesday, 5 - 6 PM 5- 6PM
Weekly One Hour Vigil for Peace and Justice. We have a Honk for Peace sign, a sign that gives the current death toll of US troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, and a variety of other messages on signs and banners that we hold, stick in the ground, and wear. We pass out informational fliers to passing motorists and pedestrians - downloaded from the CODEPINK and other progressive websites.
Witness For Peace
Vigil from 11am until 1pm every Sunday. 11 AM - 1 PM
Vigil on the corner of College and Oleander Drive in Wilmington NC every Sunday from 11am until 1pm.
Every Wednesday, 5-6 PM 5-6 P.M.
We vigil for peace at the corner of 16th and "O" Streets, by the Federal Building, in downtown Lincoln, holding signs calling for the end of the war.
Bring the Troops HOME - OUT OF IRAQ & AFGHANISTAN!!
This event repeats weekly as our Thursday evening Fort Lee Peace Vigil from 5:00 to 6:00pm at the corner of Lemoine Avenue and Bridge Plaza South near the George Washington Bridge. 5-6 PM
Sadly, the sixth anniversary of our entry and Occupation of Iraq coincides with out weekly Thursday peace vigil. To commemorate this heinous anniversary and KEEP THE HEAT ON THE STREETS, we will be joining peaceful protest voices at our corner with Bergen Peace & Justice, the Leonia Peace Vigil and our MFSO friends from the Teaneck Armory.
Morristown Peace Vigil
Every Friday, in all kinds of weather 6 - 7 PM
CODEPINK Madison supports the Morristown Peace Vigil on the Green, by the fountain.
Morristown Peace Vigil
Every Friday, from 6 to 7 pm, since the Friday after 9/11 6 - 7 PM
The Morristown Peace Vigil has met every Friday, from 6 - 7 PM, on the historic Green in Morristown, since the Friday after 9/11.
First Wednesday of every month. 12:15 - 1:00 PM
Vigil to protest war in all its forms, in front of the New York State Capitol, at State and Eagle Streets. Sponsored by Peace Action and Albany Friends Meeting. Takes place the first Wednesday of every month, from 12:15-1:00 PM.
Informational Vigil of BAE Systems
Meet at 4 PM every Friday. Set up grave markers on south side of Pulaski Road. Take up signs and stand and/or walk in front of BAE Systems Facility. Time is 4:00 p.m. ~5::30, or as it gets darker 4-5 p.m. Every Friday 4 - 5:30 PM
The Suffolk Peace Network, Pax Christi, LI, CODEPINK LI are holding and informational vigil in front of BAE Systems Facility on Pulaski Road, Greenlawn, LI, NY every Friday from 4 PM to 5:30 PM. BAE Systems is 2nd largest defense contractor and makes parts for drones and other UAVs, but few people know that there is a large installation right here in the township of Huntington, Greenlawn, NY. Our signs tell about the 'precision killing systems' and "Drones Made Here" We have flyers for motorists that stop for them with more on BAE Systems.
Afghanistan Movie Night House Party
Once a month gathering for peace 7 PM
Movie about Afghanistan and discussion afterwards about how to get the Obama administration to take action for peace.
Drones: a Protest Play
August 22nd - 7pm
August 23rd - 7pm 7:00pm
"Drones" is a play about the amazing excesses and horrors of the US drone program.
Grandmothers Against the War vigil at Rockefeller Center
The vigil has been ongoing since Jan. 14, 2004, every single Wednesday from 4:30 to 5:30 pm on the west side of 5th Ave. between 49 and 50 Sts. 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.
This is probably the biggest and best-known regular anti-war vigil in New York City and has been going on for over 6 and a half years. We've never missed a single Wednesday no matter what the weather throws at us. At least 15-20 people participate in the vigil every week -- not just grannies but men (including a regular group of Veterans for Peace), and young people. We are a tourist attraction with many people from all over the world photographing us and engaging in conversation. Media regularly film and write about us.
Washington County Peace Vigil
Every Wednesday evening from 6:30pm to 7:30pm 6:30 to 7:30 PM
Join us for a "Stand for Peace" peace vigil every Wednesday evening from 6:30pm to 7:30pm at the corner of SW 5th St and SW Hall Blvd in Beaverton, Oregon. The Washington County Peace Vigil has been standing for peace since August 2006.
Iraqi War Memorial
This event repeats every year until the US is out of Iraq. 7a.m. and 3pm
A flag is placed for every soldier killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. they sit in front of a huge banner which states: Mourn the Dead, Heal the Wounded, End the War.
This yearly event is held at the Port of Hood River.
Every Friday same time same place 5:30 -6:30 PM
The Klamath Basin Peace Forum hosts a Peace Vigil every Friday (for 1.5 years) from 5:30-6:30 PM at Main & 9th. Relevant signs and candles are optional.
First Friday Outreach
First Friday of each month 6:30 PM
WE have an outreach table, hand out leaflets, collect petition signatures, and remind folks that there's a war (or two) still going on.
generally, our monthly gatherings are held on the first Sunday of the month 3 PM
We get together, catch up, share info and opinions, review past actions and plan for the next month.
Weekly Peace Vigil
Weekly Peace Vigil Wednesdays 5:30- 6:00 PM
Please come stand for Peace at Howard Elmer Park on the corner across from the Sayre Library on Weds 5:30- 6 PM.
U.S. Out of Iraq
Every Friday at 5 pm
Every Saturday at 10 am 5 pm
Standing vigil urging U.S. out of Iraq & Afghanistan.
U.S. Out of Iraq
Every Friday at 5 pm
Every Saturday at 10 am 5 pm
Standing vigil urging U.S. out of Iraq & Afghanistan.
Pink the Park
Last Sunday of the month 9 AM
Gather to meet like minded folk interested in supporting CODEPINK activities and campaigns while nurturing healthy bodies and minds. We will meet 'n greet and then bike or hike a bit of Four Mile Run that parallels the O & D Canal.
No More War
We have been vigiling for 3 years for one hour every Thursday from 5 to 6 PM. Thursdays 5-6 PM
Bring signs, rain or shine!
Sunday Peace Vigil
Every Sunday, peace people gather on the steps of the Courthouse to petition for a redress of grievances. 6 PM
Stand Up! For Peace and Veterans For Peace Chapter 65 Wyoming invites all like-minded peace people to meet on the steps of the Albany County Courthouse. Once again, we petition for the redress of grievances. A display of the names of soldiers lost to the war on Iraq, both in country and after returning, will be displayed (weather permitting).
War Criminal Watch Calendar
Sunday, August 15th 2010
Check this calendar to see when and where war criminals will be and stage a citizen's arrest!