Resources

WRL produces a variety of tools and resources to support grassroots organizing against war and militarism. Many resources are available on our online store, and others are available here for review and download. For updates on our No SWAT Zone campaign, Nonviolent Direct Action trainings and more, check out our organizing areas. Resources on tear gas stories & companies can be found on Facing Tear Gas. We encourage you to use our materials to build and expand your organizing. We've also listed resources we've found useful and important, available from other sources.

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

WRL Perpetual Calendar

90 Years of Revolutionary Nonviolence: WRL Perpetual Calendar

This beautiful wall calendar can be used year after year since it doesn’t match dates and days. It includes an event related to WRL and nonviolence for each day, with a line to add your own reminders of birthdays, etc. You can fill it in for this year or simply use the calendar for the events, images, and historical information.

$14.00

WIN Winter 2015 - This Means War: The Militarization of the Police

Volume: 31
Issue Number: 1

To the extent war has, in fact, “seeped back and flooded” civil spheres, often with military-grade weaponry and mounting body-counts – particularly in black and brown communities—what, then, of an anti-war movement?

$5.00

WRL Hiroshima-Nagasaki Exhibit

WRL Hiroshima-Nagasaki Exhibit 2012

This slideshow contains images from an exhibit originally produced in 1995 by the Enola Gay Action Coalition and sponsored by War Resisters League.  The exhibit was updated in 2012 by the New York City local of the War Resisters League.

Coordinators: Tom Keough and Michael Sprong

Editorial Committee (1995): Norma Becker, Ruth Benn, Jerry Coffin, Nicole Hala,
Ed Hedemann, Eric Levine, Mike Levinson, Elmer Maas, David McReynolds, John
Miller, Carmen Trotta

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.

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.

$4.00

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!

$4.00

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

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