War Resisters League

Civilian Ally

Civilian Ally: A Guide to Organizing with Veterans and Servicemembers to Build a GI Resistance Movement is a manual for peace activists who are organizing alongside veterans, servicemembers and conscientious objectors to end war or organizers who want to build those working relationships.

Written by veteran and civilian organizers, it offers an orientation to working with servicemembers and veterans within the context of the growing GI Resistance movement.

$10.00

The Military is Not Just a Job, It's 8 Years of Your Life//¿Solo un empleo? No… ¡Son ocho años de tu vida!

You’ve probably heard the ads and the recruiter’s sales pitch. Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? All advertising does. But if military life doesn’t live up to the advertising, you can’t bring your enlistment agreement back to the recruiter for a refund. You are obligated to the military for a total of eight years, including time in the reserves when you could be recalled.

This essential counter military recruitment pamphlet, produced by Project on Youth and Non-Military Opportunities (Project YANO) includes information that should be seen by every person considering joining the military. Activists across the country distribute this flyer in schools, at job fairs and community gatherings.

Copies are available in English or Spanish for $0.20 each plus 20% shipping, or $0.15 for orders of 200 or more!

$0.20

No Bombs Button

Classic WRL Button with a design of a Bomb inside the No symbol (circle with a diagonal line through). 

Only a few of these left. Order now!

1" round.

$1.00

Broken Rifle Pin

A small jewelry pin in antique-finished silver metal featuring WRL's Broken Rifle Logo. 

1" long with jeweler's bar attachment backing.

$4.00

Remembering Bayard Rustin at 100

by WRL National Committee member Matt Meyer

One hundred years after the birth of human rights icon Bayard Rustin, his complicated legacy pushes us to analyze our own complicated times...As the dreams and nightmares of a new generation are being forged against a backdrop of pepper spray and tear gas, it is time to take a deeper look at the relationship between the movements for peace and for justice — movements which are no more “integrated” now than they were 50 years ago.

$4.00

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