The War Resisters League has been resisting war at home and war abroad since 1923. Today, as one of the leading radical voices in the antiwar movement, we challenge military recruitment and war profiteering, organize nonviolent direct action, and offer on-the-ground tools to end the current war and all wars. Learn more »
In the Spotlight
WRL’s New Perpetual Calendar Highlights Revolutionary Nonviolence on the Occasion of Our 90th Anniversary.
This perpetual calendar can be used year after year. You can just write in the dates! This beautiful calendar chronicles the 90 year history of WRL with historial notes, posters and artwork, new art, and photographs that highlights WRL’s involvement in larger nonviolent movements.
Order now on the WRL online store. And check out other gift ideas on the store - books, tshirts, hats, buttons and more!
Please join War Resisters League in honoring Howard Clark, who passed away unexpectedly at home last weekend.
War Resisters International was founded in 1921 to promote nonviolent action against the causes of war and to support and connect people around the world who refuse to take part in war or the preparation of war.
In addition to campaigning against militarism in Britain, Ireland, Spain, and the Balkans, Howard Clark wrote on active nonviolence and ran training on nonviolent resistance with people in South Africa and Kosovo.
On Friday, October 25th, more than 100 police and military agencies from California and across the US were joined by their counterparts from Israel, Guam, Bahrain, and Brazil for a massive SWAT team training and weapons expo called Urban Shield. The Facing Urban Shield Action Network, with more than 30 endorsers in the Bay Area, showed up to challenge this convergence and the militarization of police.
In collaboration with the Toolbox for Education and Social Action (TESA), WRL recently released exciting new educational resources from role plays to handouts to conversation starters to group activities--designed to help you put the WRL Tax Day Pie Chart flyer into practice, whether on the street as you hand it out, in community groups, or in classrooms.