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.

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

We Have Not Been Moved

 

Edited by
Elizabeth “Betita” Martínez,
Mandy Carter &
Matt Meyer

Introduction by
Cornel West

Afterwords/poems by
Alice Walker & Sonia Sanchez

$15.00

The Lonely Soldier: The Private War of Women Serving in Iraq

by Helen Benedict

"Benedict's book, filled with compelling and heartbreaking stories, is a groundbreaking testament to the bravery, resilience, and almost insurmountable obstacles faced by women stationed in Iraq".
—Deirdre Sinnott, ForeWord

"The Lonely Soldier will shock you and enrage you and bring you to tears. It's must reading for everyone who cares about women, justice, fairness, the military, and the United States."
—Katha Pollitt, award-winning columnist, The Nation

$7.00

Women Conscientious Objectors

Conscientious objectors are generally seen as male - as are soldiers. This book breaks with this assumption. Women conscientiously object to military service and militarism, not only in countries that conscript women - such as Eritrea and Israel - but also in countries without conscription of women. In doing so, they redefine antimilitarism from a feminist perspective, opposing not only militarism, but also a form of antimilitarism that creates the male conscientious objector as the "hero" of antimilitarist struggle.

$7.00

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

Essays by Martin Luther King, Jr.

Three essays by America's leading advocate for human dignity: Loving Your Enemies, Letter From a Birmingham Jail and Declaration of Independence from the War in Vietnam.

$2.00

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