Vintage WRL Peace Calendar

2008 Peace Calendar: Salaam, Shalom, Solh

SALAAM, SHALOM, SOLH:
Nonviolence & Resistance in the Middle East & Beyond

WRL’s 2008 Peace Calendar

From Near East and North Africa, the Arab and Muslim worlds, Israel and Palestine come stories of nonviolent action and resistance to oppression. The individuals and projects included in this calendar show that people in the Middle East have not given up on each other or on the desire to live in peace with each other and everyone else.

$4.00

1988 War Resisters League Peace Calendar: A Matter of Freedom

1988 WRL Peace Calendar: A Matter of Freedom
Writings by Activists for Activists

Edited by Maris Cakars, Paul Johnson
Illustrated by Stephen Sweny
Introduction by Barbara Ehrenreich

Miss the old WRL Peace Calendar?  We aren't publishing new ones any more, but we are offering vintage calendars. You can enjoy the great articles, essays and more!

Most of the selections first appeared in the pages of WIN and Liberation magazines, both supported by the War Resisters League.

$4.00

2012 Peace Calendar: Organize This! A 1955-2011 Retrospective

Edited by Liz Roberts
Foreword by Noam Chomsky
Afterword by Wendy Schwartz

In 1955 War Resisters League began publishing the only political calendar in the US. After a 57-year streak, WRL presents its final Peace Calendar. Take a stroll through more than half a century of revolutionary nonviolence with this striking farewell retrospective calendar.

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2011 Peace Calendar: Not Your Fodder: Organizing Against the Militarization of Youth

Edited by
Oskar Castro & Judith Mahoney Pasternak

A directory of counter-military-recruitment projects around the country, the 2011 Peace Calendar serves as colorful documentation of this vibrant grassroots movement as well as an organizing resource. Find out how activists around the country are resisting the militarization of our youth!

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2010 Peace Calendar: Sparking Change: Poster Art and Politics

Edited and designed by Luba Lukova

A collection of some of the world's most evocative political posters.

52-plus thought-provoking images that speak volumes and tackle the pressing issues of our time.

Full color images!

Spiral-Bound Desk Calendar
5 1/2" X 8 1/2" Diary; 128 Pages

Limited numbers available.

$4.00

2007/2018 Peace Calendar: Screenpeace: An Antiwar Film Festival

Miss the old WRL Peace Calendar?  We aren't publishing new ones any more, but we are offering vintage calendars you can use now.  The days and dates on this 2007 calendar mirror the days and dates for 2018, and you can enjoy the great articles, essays and more!

Our 2007 edition is a desk calendar and a catalogue of 63 films and videos that promote peace and nonviolence and oppose war and warmakers.

$5.00

2005 Peace Calendar: Let Us Go Forward Together

Celebrate 50 years of WRL’s Peace Calendar and find quotations, artwork, and writings that help us move forward with our work today.

Change-makers such as Mohandas Gandhi, Aung San Suu Kyi, Abbie Hoffman, Rosa Parks, and Ani DiFranco, and groups like Children of War and Women in Black — among many others — speak to nonviolent activists through the generations. Our title, “Let Us Move Forward Together,” is taken from the Black South African call to freedom published in the 1961 peace calendar and included in our 2005 calendar.

Preface by Howard Zinn

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2003 Peace Calendar: Nourishing the Nonviolent Revolution

Nourishing the Nonviolent Revolution features zestful vegetarian recipes from members and friends of the War Resisters League, providing a calendar and a cookbook to nourish you throughout the year while carrying on the nonviolent struggle for peace and justice.

Introduction by Vera Gewanter, author of A Passion for Vegetables
Drawings by New York artist Erika Weihs

Original Cover Painting by Jeneane Lunn
Edited by Ruth L. Benn
Design by Rick Bickhart

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1999 Peace Calendar: Young People Look at the World

1. What will happen if?
2. What will happen when?
3. What will happen when were if?

3 out of a thousand questions.

-- by John Owens-Ream, grade 4

In this calendar, children of many countries were asked to reveal in words and drawings what they saw in the world around them and what they'd like to see. And because children are natural poets, perhaps we hoped the sun and the moon and the stars were visible in their inner firmament.

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