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We joined Veterans
For Peace on Armistice Day. One speech was especially valuable:
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raytheon vigil commemorated Keep Space for Peace week. The new administration
is keeping the Space Force, but should not.
voted via emails to endorse state legislation to have Massachusetts
encourage negotiations to control and reduce nuclear weapons.
(S.1555, H.3688), (S.1556)
Bread and Roses,
some Palestine events
We joined Reading's
vigil on 9/11
Hiroshima vigil was accompanied by local musicians, playing a rain
date. (There were many rain dates this summer.)
watched "Secret Wars" Ag 24, a panel about ongoing conflicts
and Boryana sent post cards to Maine
Some of us met with State Sen. Barry Finegold's office re. a Massachuietts
Saudi Divestment bill
Kate graced our Raytheon vigil today.
Phil, and Pat were at the Veterans for Peace Memorial service on
the Boston Common.
Phil were on the front page of the national Veterans For Peace Newsletter.
Mary Kate organized a zoom meeting with Arthur Brien, now living
with his daughter in NH. We were happy to see each other.
members participated at the annual Vigil to Abolish the Death Penalty,
held in Reading on Good Friday.
Haack and Masood Sheikh met with Seth Moulton's new senior foreign
policy advisor, Schuyler Moore, on March 8. Sunny Robinson, who had
arranged the meeting through MAPA, expressed the group's concerns
about peace, justice, and military budget. but response from Ms. Schuyler
Moore indicated that Moultin's only focus was 'National Security.'
We met with Congresswoman Lori Trahan's staffer Mark McDevitt. Dee
Halzak set up the meeting. Kathy Robinson spoke bout our ideals, Allan
Sifferlen described HR 669, theRestricting First Use of Nuclear Weapons
Act of 2021, Phil Noyce A remembered a military veteran's view, and
Dee Halzack explained how money would be better spent on Public Health.
Mr. McDevitt shared that Congresswoman Trahan's plans very much align
with ours. Noting that Ms. Trahan favored restoring authority to declare
war back to Congress.
Our weekly vigil
at Raytheon had a St. Patrick's Day theme, including a frozen bagpiper.
Some of us joined demonstrations supporting Asians, after the murders
in Atlanta, GA.
died February 14, 2021, faithful and supportive member for 35 years.
reduced arms sales to Yemen.
January 22 Raytheon
vigil for the Nuclear Treaty Becoming International Law. We plan
to make a similar banner.
January 25 Raytheon
vigil to stop supplying the war in Yemen (very cold)
Click for highlights in 2002
- 2003, 2004, 2005,
People for Peace meets monthly, on the fourth Tuesday,
at 7:30 pm, at
North Parish Church, North Andover.
Merrimack Valley People for Peace (978) 685-1389
P.O. Box 573
North Andover, MA 01845
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