The War Resisters League affirms that all war is a crime against humanity.  We are determined not to support any kind of war, international or civil, and to strive nonviolently for the removal of all causes of war, including racism, sexism and all forms of exploitation.

27th Annual War Resisters League Raffle for Resistance

27th Annual War Resisters League Raffle for Resistance
08/04/2015 to 12/18/2015

Raffle Drawing: December 18, 2015
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Your raffle contribution directly supports the campaigns and programs of WRL in our efforts to end war and militarism at its roots. We have curated a collection of powerful art highlighting political artists whose works nourish movements for peace and liberation. They tell stories of resilience, struggle for liberation and connect contemplation and action across communities.

Stop Urban Shield 2015!

T-shirts at Urban Shield

Stop Urban Shield is a broad coalition of grassroots community and social justice organizations that have united against Urban Shield, a SWAT team training and weapons expo that brings together local, regional, and international police-military units - including those from the Apartheid State of Israel - to collaborate on and profit from new forms of surveillance, state repression, and state violence.
 

When Black Life Matters: One Month, One Year

Black Lives Matter on Statue

For The Long Struggle Ahead...

One month since Charleston massacre; One year since Eric Garner’s murder

  In the summer of 2014, we witnessed the spread of a beautiful movement against increased militarism and white supremacy. Inspired by the determination of people in Ferguson, MO to defend their community, their dignity, and their lives, countless thousands across the US seized that moment to take action. Swelling in the streets of their cities and towns, spontaneously blocking freeways and intersections in open rebellion, people collectively transformed their grief and rage into the kind of power that momentarily disrupts a status quo that steals the life of a Black person every 28 hours in the US. Now we are faced with the question of how to sustain and grow that power.