Behind the Egyptian Junta’s Iron Curtain
The Internal Crackdown is Getting Worse, by MEDEA BENJAMIN and KATE CHANDLEY, CounterPunch

Paying for America's War Machine Is a Terrible Waste of Tax Money
Alternet, By Lisa Savage

Killer Drones in a Downward Spiral?
April 7th, 2014
PinkTank Blog, By Medea Benjamin and Kate Chandley

10 Good Things about the Year 2013
By Medea Benjamin

Medea Benjamin Interview: 2500+ Killed by Drones in Pakistan, Names of Victims Now Available
The Real News

10 Reasons Why Americans Opposed Bombing Syria
By Janet Weil, AlterNet

Live Event: The Changing Face of War
July 4th, 2013
Audio Discussion with retired Navy Commander Leah Bolger, Jodie Evans, and author Christian Parenti

Leaving Truth Outside at Bradley Manning's Trial
by Medea Benjamin and Ann Wright, Common Dreams

Yemenis Have Moms Too
May 10th, 2013
By By Jodie Evans and Charles Davis, Huffington Post

Why I Am on a Hunger Strike to Shut Down Guantanamo Bay Prison
by Diane Wilson, Common Dreams

Bush's Legacy of Atricities Is Nowhere to Be Seen at His New Library--and the Local Paper Won't Even Run One Ad That Tells the Truth
May 5th, 2013

DRONE WARS: How White Privilege Obscures Real Dialogue
April 24th, 2013
By Noor Mir and Rooj Alwazir

Challenges of Arab Uprisings Reflected at World Social Forum
April 2nd, 2013
by Medea Benjamin

CSPAN Q & A: Medea Benjamin talks about her book, Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control
April 1st, 2013

Playing Golf as the Planet Burns: Obama Meets With Oil-Man as Protesters Call for Halt to Keystone Pipeline
By Medea Benjamin, Alternet

Remembering the Build-up to the Iraq Invasion 10 Years Ago ... and Trying to Stop the Drone War in Pakistan Now
February 8th, 2013
By Jodie Evans, AlterNet

Israel’s Lesson to Palestinians: Build More Rockets?
December 5th, 2012
By Medea Benjamin, Alternet

A Day in the Sun for Gaza, or More of the Same?
December 4th, 2012
By Pam Bailey, TruthOut

PINK Peace Anniversary
November 18th, 2012
By Anne G. Woodhead

Video: Cong. Kucinich Congressional Briefing on Drones
November 16th, 2012
Featuring Medea Benjamin's testimony

Ladies in Pink Slips: Learning from 10 Years of Creative Resistance to War
November 15th, 2012
By Gayle Brandeis, PinkTank

CODEPINK Delegation Report Back: On Drone Warfare, Pakistani Man: “We Are The People Who Do Not Matter”
November 14th, 2012
By Alyssa Figueroa, AlterNet

Pushing Obama's Art toward Peace
November 12th, 2012
By Medea Benjamin, Huffington Post

Photos+Videos: Rally & Action for Accused Wikileaker Bradley Manning
August 24th, 2012
By Occupy Oakland

US increasingly infringing nation's right of privacy - Audio Interview
By Lisa Savage, Press TV

Look up in the sky and see a drone
June 17th, 2012
By Malou Innocent And Medea Benjamin, NY Daily News

The Audacity of Our Ancestors
By Rae Abileah, Tikkun Daily

Obama and Drone Warfare: Will Americans Speak Out?
May 29th, 2012
By Medea Benjamin

Rae Abileah talks about Church Divestment from the Israeli Occupation and CODEPINK Plans to Crash the RNC
May 24th, 2012
WMNF Radio, Tampa

Don’t Send Me Roses for Mothers Day
May 13th, 2012
By Medea Benjamin, Common Dreams

NATO Protesters Begin To Arrive In Chicago
May 12th, 2012
By Pat Hunt, CBS Chicago

The Radical History of Mother’s Day
PinkTank Blog by Laura Kacere

Church Divestment from the Israeli Occupation
May 3rd, 2012
by Rae Abileah, Jewschool

Commemorating Palestinian Land Day
April 2nd, 2012
by Tighe Barry, AlterNet

United National Anti-War Coalition Interview With Medea Benjamin

Statement Of Support For The Park Slope Food Coop Boycott Initiative
March 26th, 2012

'Stability' Trumps Democracy in Egypt
March 23rd, 2012
By Medea Benjamin, Huffington Post

Busted for Busting Out at Bank of America
March 12th, 2012
by Medea Benjamin, Common Dreams

Occupy AIPAC: Saying No to K Street Control of Congress and War on Iran
March 1st, 2012
Rae Abileah, CODEPINK Co-director

Ten reasons why AIPAC is so dangerous
February 28th, 2012
By Medea Benjamin, Mondoweiss

Police Chief Timoney, Meet Bahraini Mothers
February 21st, 2012
By Medea Benjamin, OpEd News

Silence as Bahraini children are Stabbed and Gassed
February 20th, 2012
By Tighe Barry

Occupied Bahrain one year after the uprising
February 15th, 2012
by Medea Benjamin, Pink Tank

Occupy Wall Street Movement Kicks Off 2012 With Demos
January 17th, 2012
by Nancy Mancias, Common Dreams

Gitmo Evil Twin: Prison withdrawal hype with CODEPINK cofounder Medea Benjamin
January 15th, 2012

Obama's Pentagon Strategy: A Leaner, More Efficient Empire
January 6th, 2012
by Medea Benjamin, Huffington Post

Ten Good Things About a (Not So) Bad Year
December 27th, 2011
By Medea Benjamin

Obama Must Condemn Egyptian Military
November 21st, 2011
by Medea Benjamin and Jodie Evans, Alternet

Roseroots Report, September – October 2011
November 15th, 2011

Alli McCracken, CODEPINK DC Coordinator Speaking at the Tree of Life Conference on Israel and Palestine
November 6th, 2011

Only ‘Success’ in Iraq is that US Troops are Leaving
By Medea Benjamin and Charles Davis

The world includes Palestine – wouldn’t it be great if kids could read about it?
September 29th, 2011
by Desiree Fairooz, CODEPINK Arlington Coordinator, Mondoweiss

Iraq: 100 Days of Solidarity
by Medea Benjamin, Common Dreams

Fresh Tactics and New Voices in the Movement for Justice and Freedom in the Middle East
September 20th, 2011
by Rae Abileah, Tikkun Magazine

Ten Reasons to Move Cheney’s Book to the Crime Section
August 29th, 2011
By Medea Benjamin, Common Dreams

No Way to Honor Dr. King
August 26th, 2011
By Medea Benjamin,

Parallel Lines of Dissent: We Are All Binayak Sen—and We Are All Bradley Manning
August 24th, 2011
By Priti Gulati Cox, CounterPunch

Does Your Congressperson Represent You - Or Israel?
August 9th, 2011
By Medea Benjamin, AlterNet

Get out of Afghanistan
August 9th, 2011
By Medea Benjamin, USA Today

Stop Sacrificing US Soldiers for Afghan Debacle
August 6th, 2011
by Medea Benjamin, CommonDreams

Enormous Cuts in Military Spending? Read the Fine Print
August 2nd, 2011
By Medea Benjamin, Huffington Post

By Torpedoing the Gaza Flotilla, Israel Sunk its Own Ship
July 8th, 2011
By Medea Benjamin, PinkTank

Vision: An Antiwar Movement That Puts Peace Over Politicians
June 15th, 2011
By Medea Benjamin and Charles Davis, Alternet

Endless War and Empire: Your Tax Dollars at Work
By Medea Benjamin

Protesting Ahava at the Natural Products Expo West 2011 in Anaheim, California
March 15th, 2011
By Jodie Evans

Activists Stand Up for Bradley Manning—and PJ Crowley
March 14th, 2011
By Medea Benjamin

Under Obama, Better to Commit a War Crime Than Expose One
March 7th, 2011
By Medea Benjamin, Huffington Post

Republicans and Democrats Agree: Cut Aid to the Poor, Not Israel
March 3rd, 2011
By Medea Benjamin, CounterPunch

Medea Benjamin: Learning from Cairo, Video interview by Laura Flanders on GritTV

URGENT: Update from Medea in Cairo
February 2nd, 2011

Ten Good Things (and more) to Celebrate in a Bad Year
By Medea Benjamin

WikiLeaks vs. Facebook? No Match, By Medea Benjamin, Huffington Post

Jewish Values vs. Israeli Policies: Why five young Jews disrupted PM Netanyahu in New Orleans
November 9th, 2010
Mondoweiss Blog

Dear Jon Stewart, Sane People Protest Crazy Wars
October 27th, 2010

CODEPINK "Gives Karl Rove Indigestion" at D.C. Luncheon
September 14th, 2010

Ten Reasons Not to Burn the Qur'an
September 1st, 2010

EXCLUSIVE Military Moms, Still Fighting
by Cynthia Benjamin, Women's Media Center

What Happened When Two Codepink Activists Were Invited into the Home of Blackwater CEO Erik Prince
August 23rd, 2010
By Medea Benjamin, AlterNet

Why I’m fasting on Tisha B’av
July 20th, 2010

Sen. Carl Levin Plays War Games While His Home Town Detroit Falls Apart
July 1st, 2010
By Medea Benjamin, AlterNet

Out of Afghanistan Caucus Calls for NO VOTE on War Funding
July 1st, 2010
By Medea Benjamin, Common Dreams

Kentucky's war tab: Letter to the Editor by CODEPINKer Anne G. Woodhead
June 24th, 2010

CODEPINK Houston KPFT Interview
June 17th, 2010
Featuring Cathy Courtney and Madeleine Crozat-Williams with Dr. Joseph Kaye on The Other Side on KPFT, Pacifica Radio, Houston, Texas

Helen Thomas – Double Standards Running Rampant
June 10th, 2010

Diane Wilson's Statement to Senator Murkowski at the Senate Energy Hearing
June 9th, 2010
Official Statement

Obama Must Join Global Condemnation of Israeli Flotilla Assault
AlterNet, By Medea Benjamin

Let’s Get Crude
May 24th, 2010
By Jodie Evans, AlterNet & Huffington Post

The Naked Truth of it All...
May 20th, 2010
Diane Wilson for the PinkTank

NO Drones Vigil at CEO’s home in La Jolla
May 19th, 2010
Pink Tank

CODEPINK Message to Obama, Karzai and Congress: Americans and Afghans need jobs, not war
May 11th, 2010
Position Statement

CODEPINK Attempts Citizen's Arrest of Karl Rove at Book Signing
By Josie Lenwell, Opposing Views

DC Community Celebrates Victory Over War Profiteer Northrop Grumman
April 21st, 2010
by Medea Benjamin, Alternet Blog

Peace Activists Extend an Olive Branch to the Tea Party to Talk about War
April 13th, 2010
by Medea Benjamin, Alternet

Why I Tried to Put the Cuffs on Karl Rove
March 30th, 2010
by Jodie Evans, original post Alternet

Citizens take on DC Government over Tax Giveaways to Defense Contractor Northrop Grumman
by Medea Benjamin

Men We Heart Fridays
by Rae Abileah & Dana BalickiPINKTank Blog
February 26th, 2010

With 1000 US soldiers dead in Afghanistan, Time to Revive the Anti-war Agenda
by Medea Benjamin
February 22nd, 2010

In Memory of Howard Zinn
January 27th, 2010
By Jodie Evans

International Conference on Afghanistan in London: CODEPINK in Solidarity with London Protests
January 27th, 2010

Letter to the Editor: How to Honor King
by Brenda HillmanSan Francisco Chronicle
January 19th, 2010

Between Hope and Despair: Martin Luther King, Barack Obama and War
by Medea BenjaminAlternet
January 17th, 2010

No Stone Unturned
By Jodie Evans, Huffington Post

Gaza Freedom March Blocked by Egypt
by Medea BenjaminThe Huffington Post
December 22nd, 2009
The Huffington Post

10 Good Things About 2009

Premature Peace Prize or Call to Action?
by Kevin Martin and Medea BenjaminCommon Dreams
October 17th, 2009
Common Dreams

Former Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni Is No Role Model for Hawaii's Women
August 31st, 2009
by Ann Wright, The Huffington Post

U.S. needs to set up single-payer system now
by Lisa SavageKennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel
August 27th, 2009
by Lisa Savage, Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel

Obama’s ‘War on Terror’ has terrifying human toll
August 22nd, 2009
by Katrina Bisheimer, The Bangor Daily News

We can't afford not to reform care
August 22nd, 2009
by Jacqueline Betz, The Gainesville Sun

Don Lemon & CNN: No to "Real Americans," Yes to Real Journalism
by Linda MilazzoThe Huffington Post
August 18th, 2009
by Linda Milazzo, The Huffington Post

Corporate Responsibility -- Products for War and Occupation or Products for Peace?
by Ann WrightThe Huffington Post
August 12th, 2009
by Ann Wright, Huffington Post

Pelosi Is an Expert at 'Drowning Out Opposing Views'
by Jodie EvansThe Huffington Post
August 12th, 2009
by Jodie Evans, Huffington Post

Stop drones
by Anne G. WoodheadLexington Herald-Leader
August 6th, 2009
by Anne G. Woodhead, Lexington Herald-Leader

Put Down The Pom-Poms
by Jodie EvansHuffington Post
July 30th, 2009
By Jodie Evans, Huffington Post

"Polite" doesn't work
by Francine PorterPittsburgh Post-Gazette
July 24th, 2009
By Francine Porter, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Time for President Zelaya to Return to Honduras
by Medea BenjaminHuffington Post
July 23rd, 2009
By Medea Benjamin, Huffington Post

Israeli Cosmetic Company Is About to Learn It Can't Cover Up Its Role in the Occupation
by Nancy KricorianAlterNet
July 22nd, 2009
By Nancy Kricorian, AlterNet

Our imperial forces bogged down in Afghanistan
by Lisa SavageKennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel
July 15th, 2009
By Lisa Savage, CODEPINK Maine, Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel

How US Missile Defense Plans Sabotaged Nuclear Disarmament Talks With Russia
by Alice SlaterCounterPunch
July 14th, 2009
By Alice Slater, CODEPINK NYC, CounterPunch

Hondurans Pour Into The Streets Demanding Zelaya's Return
by Medea BenjaminThe Huffington Post
July 7th, 2009
By Medea Benjamin, Huffington Post

Kaua‘i mother helps children in Gaza
by Jonea Schillaci-LavergneThe Garden Island
July 6th, 2009
By Jonea Schillaci-Lavergne, The Garden News (Hawaii daily newspaper)

Resisting US Bases in Italy: No a la base si a la pace!
by Desiree FairoozCommonDreams
July 6th, 2009
by Desiree Fairooz, CommonDreams

Hondurans Call Out for Help from the International Community
by Medea Benjamin

Moving Chess Pieces: The Illusion of Withdrawal in Iraq
by Janet WeilOxdown Gazette
June 30th, 2009
by Janet Weil, Oxdown Gazette

Iraq: What We Leave As We Withdraw
by Jodie EvansHuffington Post
June 30th, 2009
by Jodie Evans, CommonDreams

Jingoism Isn't Journalism: Why I Don't Trust Corporate Media On Iran
by Linda MilazzoAlterNet
June 25th, 2009
By Linda Milazzo, AlterNet

President Carter and Citizen Activists Witness Deliberate Destruction in Gaza (with video)
by Ann WrightThe Huffington Post
June 18th, 2009
By Ann Wright, Huffington Post

Israeli Police and Military Brutalize Peaceful Protesters at Netanyahu's Speech
by Ann WrightHuffington Post
June 15th, 2009
By Ann Wright, Huffington Post

CODEPINK Builds a Playground in Gaza: It's all About the Children!
by Linda MilazzoHuffington Post
June 12th, 2009
By Linda Milazzo, Huffington Post

Where democracy becomes a prison
by Rich MoniakJuneau Empire
June 11th, 2009
By Rich Moniak

Afghan Women Speak Out: Mariam Nawabi
by Jodie EvansThe Huffington Post
June 10th, 2009
by Jodie Evans on Huffington Post

During his visit to Egypt, Obama should visit Gaza
by Medea BenjaminVarious sources
May 29th, 2009
By Medea Benjamin

Civilian casualties a product of Afghan war
by Lisa Savage and Pat TaubPortland Press-Herald
May 23rd, 2009
by Lisa Savage and Pat Taub, Maine CODEPINK

Hiding Behind The Skirt Of Women
by Jodie EvansCommon Dreams
May 21st, 2009
By Jodie Evans

Where was Tikkun Olam at the AIPAC Conference in DC?
by Rae AbileahTikkun Magazine
May 9th, 2009
By Rae Abileah

Who will stop the AIPAC Jews before it is too late?
by Medea Benjamin Common Dreams
May 6th, 2009
Medea Benjamin, co-founder of CODEPINK, penned this piece on AIPAC's horrifying policies on Gaza and its stranglehold on Congress.

In the name of mothers around the world
by Jodie EvansThe Women's Media Center
May 6th, 2009
By Jodie Evans

Reviving democracy
by Elsa RassbachNew York Times
April 23rd, 2009
New York Times letter to the editor, penned by CODEPINKer Elsa Rassbach.

CODEPINK Behind Blankfein: "Taxpayers Want Their Money Back"
by Medea BenjaminThe Huffington Post
April 9th, 2009
Medea Benjamin pens a piece in response to her action standing behind Goldman Sachs CEO Blankfein with a sign reading "We want our $$$$ back" during a recent speech in D.C.

Photography changes how political protestors spread their message
Smithsonian Institute
April 7th, 2009
Smithsonian Institute Click! photography project, featuring photo and essay by Lisa Savage of CODEPINK Maine.

Israel's actions in Gaza have killed any chance for peace
by Ehab LoyatefMontreal Gazette
March 30th, 2009
Op-ed in the Montreal Gazette by CODEPINK Gaza delegate, Ehab Loyatef.

Egypt errs in playing rough at the Rafah border
by  Daanish Faruqi The Daily Star
March 27th, 2009
Op-ed by Daanish Faruqi in the Lebanon Daily Star criticizing blockade of Gaza border in Rafah, Egypt.

The debut of Pink Talk Radio, hosted by CODEPINKers Desiree Fairooz and NTodd Pritsky, with guests Medea Benjamin, Gael Murphy and Ann Wright. They discuss CODEPINK's recent aid delegation to Gaza.

Was throwing a shoe at Bush a violent act?
by Medea BenjaminAlterNet
March 17th, 2009
Medea Benjamin piece on AlterNet, an interview with Hero Anwar Brzw, a Kurdish Iraqi student on whether the shoe-throwing as a form of protest is really a crime.

Linda Milazzo: Reading The Videos: Israel's Glamor Vs. Gaza's despair
by Linda MilazzoThe Huffington Post
March 11th, 2009
Huffington Post piece by journalist Linda Milazzo describing the tragic destruction of Gaza through Israel's 22-day assault earlier this year and its blockade of Gaza borders.

Ann Wright: With The Women of Gaza On International Women's Day: We Will Not Be Silent!
March 9th, 2009
Ann Wright pens this piece on Huffington Post relating to International Women's Day and the women of Gaza.

Ann Wright: With The Women of Gaza On International Women's Day: We Will Not Be Silent!
by Ann WrightHuffington Post
March 9th, 2009

To Gaza, with love
by Medea BenjaminOpEdNews
February 18th, 2009
Medea Benjamin op-ed describing her painful, personal response to seeing the destruction in Gaza from the recent 22-day Israeli attacks, as a Jew and activist.

Why Obama's Mideast Envoy Should Meet With Palestinian Women, Face to Face
by Linda
February 12th, 2009
Journalist Linda Milazzo pens a piece with her plea to Special Envoy to the Middle East George Mitchell to meet with Gazan women and support an end to the Israeli blockade and work to rebuild Palestine.

Under siege again, but Gaza will not die
by Ann
February 11th, 2009
(Retired) Col. Ann Wright pens this poignant, powerful piece on the resiliency of the Gazan people in CommonDreams.

Rove sells first amendment for $30,000
by Patricia FoulkrodThe Huffington Post
February 9th, 2009
Patricia Foulkrod, of CODEPINK LA, writes about her experience calling for the arrest of Karl Rove when he spoke at a Loyola-Marymount University event.

Opposing view: End the Occupation
January 22nd, 2009
Op-ed by Medea Benjamin in USA Today arguing Pres. Obama must oversee a complete, orderly withdrawal of all troops from Iraq by May 2010, holding his campaign promise.

Opposing view: End the Occupation
by Medea BenjaminUSA Today
January 22nd, 2009
Op-ed by Medea Benjamin in USA Today arguing Pres. Obama must oversee a complete, orderly withdrawal of all troops from Iraq by May 2010, holding his campaign promise.

Celebration and reminder of vows to keep
by Kelli JacobsThe Post-Standard
January 17th, 2009
Op-ed column by Kelli Jacobs, 23, of Moravia, NY, about her purpose behind joining CODEPINK at the inauguration.

Memos to Obama: Peace
by Jodie EvansTikkun magazine
December 30th, 2008
Jodie Evans, CODEPINK co-founder and longtime peace activist, pens a piece for Tikkun Magazine, a call to Obama for peace.

Iranians Ponder Future U.S.-Iranian Relations in an Obama Administration
by Ann WrightAir America
December 29th, 2008
(Retired) Col. Ann Wright, who retired from the State Department after 29 years in protest of the Iraq War, pens a piece on U.S.-Iran relations under Obama, appearing on Air America (and CommonDreams and

Iran clamps down on human rights advocates
by Medea BenjaminThe Huffington Post
December 23rd, 2008
Medea Benjamin writes on Huffington Post regarding the Iranian government shutdown of two prominent human rights organizations run by Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi on Dec. 21.

VIOLENCE FORUM: Things To Do Now to Stop Violence Against Women
by Rae AbileahNational Council for Research on Women
December 16th, 2008
CODEPINK local groups coordinator Rae Abileah, 26, pens this wonderful piece for The National Council for Research on Women blog on ways Vice-president-elect Joe Biden can work to end violence against women.

No more mistaken fire
by Jodie EvansHuffington Post
December 11th, 2008
Jodie Evans' piece on Huffington Post about U.S. military's "mistaken fire" in Afghanistan Dec. 10, killing Afghan police and one civilian.

CODEPINK activists blaze the trail for Obama's "no preconditions"
by Linda MilazzoAlterNet
November 23rd, 2008
Author Linda Milazzo writes about Medea Benjamin, Jodie Evans and Col. Anne Wright's trip to Iran for a diplomacy mission to meet with Iranian women's groups, NGOs and government officials to build peace at a grassroots level.

Let's Hope the Rumors About Jane Harman in an Obama Admin Aren't Real
by Linda MilazzoAlterNet
November 11th, 2008
Writer Linda Milazzo of Los Angeles writes about Obama's consideration of Rep. Jane Harmon to head CIA.

Now that the election is over, the fight for economic justice begins
by Medea Benjamin and Arun GuptaAlterNet
November 5th, 2008
Medea Benjamin, CODEPINK cofounder, and Arun Gupta, Indypendent writer, write about the pressing need for a grassroots movement toward economic reform.

How spreading the wealth rescued a mother thanks to CODEPINK and ANP
by Linda MilazzoCommon Dreams
October 20th, 2008
Linda Milazzo, journalist, writes about CODEPINK's saving the home of Queens resident Jocelyne Voltaire from being foreclosed.

For the Greater Good: Women's Work in the 21st Century
by Friedrike Merck
October 15th, 2008
Portrait artist Friedrike Merck's incredible project profiling 75 leading women activists, teachers, journalists, artists, scholars and more, including CODEPINK's Jodie Evans.

Wealth transfer
by Janet WeilContra Costa Times
October 5th, 2008
Janet Weil of the Bay Area writes a strong, thoughtful Letter to the Editor of the Contra Costa Times

Embedded in Pink
by Anne Elizabeth MooreIn These Times
September 29th, 2008
Code Pink has become a lightning rod for contemporary activism - from both the right and left.

Time for a Taxpayer's Revolt
by Medea Benjamin and Arun GuptaThe Huffington Post
September 28th, 2008
Indypendent (NYC) op-ed by Medea Benjamin and Arun Gupta calling for a rejection of the Wall Street bailout bill (also published on The Huffington Post)

McCain's misogyny and fear keep Palin on a tight leash
by Linda MilazzoAfterDowningStreet
September 7th, 2008
Essay by Linda Milazzo on McCain's true thoughts on Palin

Journalist Amy Goodman Arrested/Released In MN (Update With Press Conference)
by Linda MilazzoThe Huffington Post
September 2nd, 2008
Linda Milazzo posts about the RNC arrest of Amy Goodman, of Democracy Now!, on Huffington Post.

Rare behind the scenes of CODEPINK prepping for RNC
by Linda MilazzoThe Huffington Post
September 2nd, 2008
Essay posted by Linda Milazzo on Huffington Post describing CODEPINK's preparations for the conventions

CODEPINK DNC: "Make Out, Not War"
by Robert NaimanThe Huffington Post
August 26th, 2008
If you like public art, public appeals for peace, and public displays of affection, you'll love this video. Peace advocates in Denver for the Democratic National Committee meetings send the delegates a message of peace.

Denver - Your Protesters Should Be Greeted With Flowers
Our Linda Milazzo blogs on Huffington Post

Denver bound to revive Democratic Party
by Josie
August 18th, 2008
In an op-ed to the Sante Fe New Mexican newspaper, Josie Lenwell, CODEPINKer of New Mexico, describes her reasons for attending the Democratic National Convention.

Pelosi gets "booked" and confronts her own past
by Linda
August 18th, 2008
L.A. action: CODEPINK members confront Pelosi at book signing (+ photos and video)

Hear This Barack -- No Bush, No Baker, No Corporate War Maker. We've Had Enough!
by Linda Milazzo
July 25th, 2008

Urgent: The Peace Movement Needs A Strategy For Afghanistan!
by Medea Benjamin
July 24th, 2008
Essay by CODEPINK co-founder Medea Benjamin (2 sources)

Pelosi Secures Her "But"
by Linda MilazzoThe Huffington Post
July 18th, 2008
Essay by CODEPINK member and writer Linda Milazzo

U.S. Mayors Step into Iran Fray Calling for Diplomacy, Not War
June 26th, 2008
by Medea Benjamin

A Call to Heroes: My "SIT-DOWN" With Vince Bugliosi
June 20th, 2008
by Linda Milazzo

Father's Day for Iraqis?
June 13th, 2008

War Resisters May Yet Find Sanctuary in Canada
by Medea Benjamin
June 3rd, 2008

Next Mothers Day Let’s Invite the Whole Family
by Medea Benjamin
May 12th, 2008

Japan Turns from Cherry Pink to Code Pink
by Col. Ann WrightCODEPINK DC Blog
May 10th, 2008

Pelosi Hearts Bush
by Linda MilazzoHuffington Post

Trip to Jordan and Syria to Research Plight of Iraqi Refugees
by Medea Benjamin

I Heart Jodie Evans

by Linda Milazzopublished on Op-Ed News and others

The Iraq Legacy: Millions of Women's Lives Destroyed
by Nadje Al-AliAlternet
March 31st, 2008

Corporate Media Ignored Winter Soldier. Senators Biden & Kerry -- Will YOU??
by Linda Milazzo
March 25th, 2008

Published Letter to the Editor
by by Kathy Hundemer, CODEPINK OC
February 18th, 2008

ALBA, an Economic Alternative for Latin America
by Medea Benjamin

Jodie Evans: Instigating a Modern-Day Tea Party
by Jodie EvansThe Pasadena-Star
January 3rd, 2008

Let's Toast to Ten Good Things About 2007
by Medea Benjamin
December 30th, 2007
As we close this year on the low of Congress giving Bush more billions for war, and the assassination of Benazir Bhutto in Pakistan, let's remember some of the year's gains that can revive our spirits for the New Year. Here are just ten.

Maxine & Ted -- Don't Call Us If You Call Us Terrorists!
by Linda MilazzoThe Huffington Post
December 19th, 2007

Pakistan’s Emergency Rule Lifted, But GEO TV Still Banned
by Medea Benjaminposted on Common Dreams
December 17th, 2007

Don’t Buy Bush’s War
by Jodie EvansCommon Dreams, Huffington Post, Alternet
December 14th, 2007

Deported At Gunpoint by Pakistani Government
by Medea Benjamin
December 7th, 2007

Meet the New American Revolutionaries!
by Linda MilazzoHuffpo, Buzzflash

Hillary Clinton's Smug Mug & Her Bush-like Disdain For Dissenters
by Linda MilazzoHuffpo and many other outlets
November 19th, 2007

Many fail to consider the human cost of war
by Alison Schweichler, CODEPINK BuffaloThe Buffalo News: My View
November 15th, 2007

The Courage of Kucinich in Pelosi’s House of Wacks
by Linda Milazzo

George Bush and CODEPINK: Women for Peace
by Medea Benjamin

A Practical Guide to Diffusing the Iran Crisis and Halting Nuclear Proliferation, by Alice Slater

Captured Red-Handed By the Media - At Last, by Linda Milazzo
Huffington Post
November 1st, 2007

Banned from Canada for a year for war protest, By Ann Wright, retired US Army Colonel and former US diplomat
October 30th, 2007

Red in the face: CODEPINK's Rice Riot, Letter to the Editor, by Tony Newman
October 25th, 2007

Canada: We Come in Peace, By Medea Benjamin
October 17th, 2007

It Takes A Village to Start World War III, by Nancy Kricorian
October 11th, 2007

American Mob: Bush's Guns, Goons and GHOULiani In The Wings, by Linda Milazzo
October 10th, 2007

CEO of Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Drags Code Pink Woman from Room Prior to Speech by Iraqi National Security Advisor, by concerned member of CODEPINK
October 6th, 2007

Corporate Media Turned Out for Jena, But Not for Anti-War. Here's Why- By Linda Milazzo

I'm an X-treme Activist- Editor's Picks Letter, The Nation
September 16th, 2007

Be Ready to Be Detained, by Col. Ann Wright

Congressman John Conyers Betrays the American People, by Medea Benjamin
July 24th, 2007

To Those Who Threw a Pie in My Face, Let’s Swap Recipes
by Medea Benjamin

Food Not Bombs: On War and Homelessness
by Karin Gonzales-McClellan

Peace Groups to Meet with Senator Lieberman About Iran, Ask Him to Retract Statements about Attacking Iran, by Medea Benjamin
June 14th, 2007

What Congress Really Approved: Benchmark No. 1: Privatizing Iraq's Oil for US Companies, by Ann Wright
May 26th, 2007

Have You Called Your Senator Today? by Medea Benjamin
May 21st, 2007

Ramping Up the Call to Action: Mothers Tell Congress to End the War Now
May 17th, 2007

Letter to the Editor- NY Times
April 25th, 2007

CODEPINK Breathes New Life into Beltway Organizing By Medea Benjamin
April 24th, 2007

Congressman Dana Rohrabacher Personifies Why Many Dislike America and Its Policies- By Ann Wright
April 24th, 2007

Disrupting Power by Gayle Brandeis
March 18th, 2007

Four Years Too Many
March 18th, 2007

Time for Congress to Lift the Fog of War By Medea Benjamin
March 9th, 2007

A conversation with OneWorld's Person of the Year, Dr. Rashad Zidan
March 8th, 2007

February 25th, 2007

New Media: This Ain't Your Corporate Media Anymore! by Linda Milazzo
February 25th, 2007

Italian Women Lead Grassroots Campaign Against US Military Base
February 19th, 2007

Hillary, if you’re in to win, stop the war spin
February 5th, 2007

The Peace Movement to Congress on Eve of Mobilization
by Medea Benjamin
January 26th, 2007
The January 27 anti-war rally in Washington DC could have become yet another symbolic peace march in the freezing cold through a city where no one was listening. But then two things happened: On November 7, the voters gave Congress an unmistakable mandate to end the war. And George Bush, ignoring the will of the voters, the recommendations of the Iraq Study Group, and the advice of his own generals, announced an escalation of the war.

The Shame of Guantanamo Exposed in Cuba
January 16th, 2007
"This is the closest I have been to my son in almost 5 years," said Zohra Zewawi, the mother of Guantanamo prisoner Omar Deghayes, as she stood in front of the gates of the prison on the Cuban side...

Let's Toast to Ten Good Things About 2006
December 27th, 2006
By Medea Benjamin

Commemorate Four Years of CODEPINK Rabble-Rousing by Giving Peace a Vote
October 2nd, 2006
By Medea Benjamin*

Bird-Dogging Hillary Clinton
September 1st, 2006
By Nancy Kricorian

U.S. Spoonfeeding Turns Iraqi Peace Plan into Pablum
June 27th, 2006
By Medea Benjamin and Raed Jarrar

I'm just a shrimper whose gonna stop eatin' to stop the war!
May 26th, 2006
An interview with Diane Wilson by Medea Benjamin

10 Excellent Reasons Not to Join the Military
April 9th, 2006
We are pleased to announce the upcoming launch of 10 Excellent Reasons Not to Join the Military, which includes a chapter written by CODEPINK Local Groups Coordinator Rae Abileah.

A Message to Republicans: Impeaching Bush Will Strengthen America At Home and Throughout the World
March 21st, 2006
By Linda Milazzo,

Cold Storage for Iraqi Corpses
by Dr. Entisar Mohammad Ariabi
March 18th, 2006

Women Say NO to War
By Gayle Brandeis

Where are the US women? Will they finally rise up?
by Medea Benjamin
January 5th, 2006
Let's make this March 8 a day when we revive the fighting spirit of International Women's Day, when we unleash the power of women coming together across generations, races, ethnicities, religions, and borders. Let's make it a day when we show our anger over the war, our compassion for our sisters in Iraq, our disgust with our leaders, and our determination to change course. And let's commit to building, over the long term, a women's peace movement that will make our global sisters, and our grandmothers, proud.

Iraqis’ Human Rights Are Still In Peril
by Medea Benjamin and Andrea Buffa
December 10, recognized internationally as human rights day, is an opportune moment to look at human rights in Iraq. Recent attention has been focused on the trial of Saddam Hussein, whose rule was infamous for its violations of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which calls for freedom from unlawful deprivation of life, torture, disappearance, and arbitrary detention. The problem is that Iraqis are still not free from these grave violations of their human rights...

10 Good Things about Another Bad Year
by Medea Benjamin

10 Reasons to Give Thanks
by Medea Benjamin
This Thanksgiving, we who yearn for peace and justice have many reasons to give thanks. For starters…

How to Support Our Troops on Veteran's Day
By Medea Benjamin and Gayle Brandeis, For November 11, 2005

This November 11, as we honor the sacrifice and courage of our veterans, let us recognize that the best way to support our troops is to call for their swift exit from Iraq, to guarantee them the care they deserve when they return, and to make policy changes that will stop us from ever again rushing into a reckless, oil-hungry war.

Why We Do It
by Terri Grayum,, November 6, 2005

Why do we do it? What keeps us going back out week after week amid all the discouraging news?
We do it because we have to, because to do nothing is unthinkable. Because we are witnessing the dismantling of the best parts of America –compassion, justice, democracy, integrity, hope. Because we have a responsibility to the next generations, to our communities, our families, our selves.

Two Months Later, Katrina Survivors are Losing the Battle to Return Home
By Medea Benjamin, October 28, 2005

Before Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans was a city of 485,000 people, 65% of whom were black. Today, officials estimate that during the day there are some 125,000 people, falling to 70,000 at nighttime when many leave to find shelter outside the city. Mayor Nagin predicted that New Orleans would lose about half its pre-Katrina population. And with government policies and market forces stacked against the poor, the "new" New Orleans is becoming whiter and whiter.

2000 Too Many
by Medea Benjamin and Gayle Brandeis
Published on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 by

This 2000 wouldn't have happened without the year 2001. Without 9/11. Those numbers gave our president the false justification to begin this war. Some 3000 Americans were killed on the attacks of September 11. Now almost 2/3 that number have been killed in Iraq. And that's not counting soldiers who have died after leaving Iraq, died from horrendous wounds and tormented suicides. It doesn't count soldiers who are left permanently disabled or those who survived in body but not in spirit, the broken souls whose lives have been shattered by what they did and saw.

Celebrating Independence in the Era of Empire
by Medea Benjamin
This Fourth of July, while Americans are marching in parades and oohing and aahing at the fireworks, it would be a patriotic gesture to also spend some time thinking about what independence means today. Our nation was founded on a determination to be free of domination by the British empire. The US Declaration of Independence proclaimed the need to fight the War of Independence against Britain because King George III had 'kept among us standing armies' that committed intolerable 'abuses and usurpations.' Today it is our government whose standing army is committing abuses and usurpations in foreign lands.

Occupation Watch Bulletin
by Andrea Buffa
December 13th, 2004
 As of December 13, 2004, 1,294 U.S. troops, 74 U.K. troops, and 72 troops  from other countries (Poland, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Ukraine Bulgaria,  Thailand, Estonia, El Salvador, Netherlands, Slovakia, Latvia, and Hungary)  have been killed in the Iraq war, according to the website Iraq Coalition  Casualty Count:

Notes from Prison
by Camilo Mejia
December 1st, 2004
When I first heard about the possibility of war, I said to myself that many unlikely things would have to take place. I felt that without clear evidence of nuclear or chemical weapons, without a clear link between Saddam Hussein and Al Qaeda, that without clear evidence of Iraq posing a threat to us, we would not really invade.

Acceptance Speach for Bread and Roses award
by Jodie Evans
March 27th, 2004
I am proud to represent all the women of CODEPINK whose tireless and courageous work this year has brought this recognition to me, and honored to be here with these two extraordinary women who do the work in the trenches for our children and in the constant struggle for the rights of workers.

Day For Marching
by Medea BenjaminPage A23 - Washington Post
March 20th, 2004
Thousands of Americans today will mark the first anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq by marching against the war

Women’s Rights In Iraq and at Home Going Backwards
by Carol Norris
January 22nd, 2004
In his State of the Union address, George Bush proclaimed that with the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, “the people of Iraq are free.”  He told us, ”Today our coalition is working with the Iraqi Governing Council to draft a basic law, with a bill of rights.” 

Arnold and Bush's Numbers Don't Add Up
by Carol Norris
January 17th, 2004
Arnold Schwarzenegger, recently announcing his state budget proposal, has his hands where they shouldn't be yet again--non-consensually groping the coffers of programs that assist many of our most vulnerable.

10 Good Things About a Bad Year
by Medea Benjamin
December 31st, 2003
As we greet the new year, let’s remember and celebrate some of our hard-fought victories in a time of adversity.

Saddam is Captured, Let the Liberation Begin
by Medea Benjamin
December 15th, 2003
After floundering around in search for justifications for the war in Iraq that ranged from fighting terrorism to ridding Iraq of weapons of mass destruction, George Bush finally settled on a goal of liberating the Iraqi people.

The World is His Battlefield
February 27th, 2003
He found his higher calling: to rid the world of terrorism. And he proclaimed this calling to the world in no uncertain terms. Finally, he would be more than the son of George Bush I, more than the son who rode his father's political coattails into office.

'End the Iraq War: People Can Topple Pillars - Huffington Post'
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'Linda Milazzo: My questions for our candidates: first of all, do ... - BuzzFlash'
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OpEdNewsLinda Milazzo: My questions for our candidates: first of all, do ...BuzzFlash, IL - 21 minutes agoHer writing has appeared in numerous newspapers, magazines and domestic and international journals. She's a member of CODEPINK Women For Peace and ...MY QUESTIONS FOR OUR CANDIDATES: FIRST OF ALL, DO YOU CARE? OpEdNewsall 4 news articles

June 2005: Phase II of the Anti-War Movement
By Medea Benjamin
For the history books, mark down June 2005 as the moment the US movement against the occupation of Iraq got its second wind. In June, the US public became solidly anti-war, Bush’s approval rating took a nosedive, and a significant number of Congresspeople started to call for an exit strategy. This marks a seismic shift from just one month ago, when Congress overwhelmingly passed another $82 billion for war—with only 44 members of the House and not one Senator dissenting.

Withdraw U.S. Troops, by Medea Benjamin
Published on April 30, 2005 by the Miami Herald / Florida 

Two years have passed since President Bush stood atop an aircraft carrier (May 1, 2003) and announced the end of major combat operations in  Iraq. Since that "mission accomplished" photo-op, more than 1,400 U.S. troops and thousands of Iraqi civilians have died. And just recently, the Pentagon acknowledged that insurgent attacks have again increased to last year's levels of some 400 attacks per week.

Same Old Song in Sacramento?
by Carol Norris
When the news of Arnold Schwarzenegger's 30-year-long history of alleged sexual harassment broke, he denied it. Then he said he couldn't remember. Next, he flippantly apologized.

A New Milestone in Iraq:
by Medea Benjamin
A new milestone was reached in Iraq this week: the death toll for US soldiers reached the 500 mark. Most of these deaths have occurred since President Bush declared an end to the major hostilities on May 1.

Give that Man a Pink Slip!
by Medea Benjamin
Bush’s speech to the nation was a combination of platitudes, exaggerations, half-truths and downright lies. Afghans would be curious to hear that their country is now free and prosperous, not a dangerous, fractured nations governed by warlords and fueled by opium.

January 21, 2003- CODEPINK's Reaction to Bush's State of the Union Address:
by Medea Benjamin
On March 8, 2003, international women's day, Iraqi women had little to celebrate.

On International Women's Day, Do Something Good for Iraqi Women
by Medea Benjamin
Iraqi and US women have a lot in common. Both list safety as a top concern, and are worried about the increasing violence and militarization of their societies. Both see jobs and health care as top priorities, and feel uncertain about their economic security. And both are grossly underrepresented in the halls of power.

Hugo Chavez could teach US leaders a thing or two about winning votes
by Medea Benjamin
I knew that the administration of Hugo Chavez had won my heart when I met Olivia Delfino in one of the poor barrios in Caracas.

An Open Letter to Congress:
by Carol Norris
Do Your Job, Investigate the Voter Fraud Allegations

Peace in a Time of Perpetual War
by Medea Benjamin*
Immediately after George Bush declared victory on November 2, 2004, his administration gave the green light for an all-out attack on the Iraqi rebel town of Fallujah. The town was virtually leveled, hundreds of civilians were killed, and over 150,000 became desperate refugees suffering from hunger, cold and disease. And all this after Bush supposedly won the election because of his strong moral values!

A message of healing to the victims of the Tsunami
All of us at CODEPINK wish to express our deepest sadness at the incomprehensible tragedy of the recent tsunami.  We are sickened knowing some of the world’s poorest, war torn peoples, who already dealing with so much are faced with such devastation.