“Alternatives to War” site back online

Welcome back, Alt2War!!!

It’s great to see the Alt2War site back up and running.  These sites are a bit of work, but so important to a vital, active community and to our progress toward peace and justice.

Alternatives to War is a Corvallis-area group; a coalition of activists and organizations working to end war.

Veterans For Peace, Linus Pauling Chapter, is a proud partner of Alternatives to War.

Besides the fine history of the group at their “about” page, you can check out these resources for more info on Alternatives to War:

Corvallis Gazette-Times story from the 10-year anniversary of the daily peace vigil, running non-stop since October 7, 2001.  The only continuous daily peace vigil in the world, as far as we know.  Incredible.  You can join the vigil any day of the week, rain or shine, between five and six p.m. in front of the Benton County Courthouse, 4th St., Corvallis.

The Peace Vigil Blog:  Chronicling observations from the vigil in front of the Benton County Courthouse.

An AP story done around the eighth anniversary of the vigil.

And here’s a video from the vigil on the 10th anniversary of the start of the war on Iraq.


Thanks, Alt2War, for all you do for our town…and the world.

Rick Bowmer - AP

Rick Bowmer – AP

About VFP Linus Pauling Chapter

Veterans For Peace (VFP) is dedicated to eliminating war as an implement of foreign policy and to that end, works to educate the public about the true costs of war. Veterans For Peace (VFP) Linus Pauling Chapter 132 is a chapter of Veterans For Peace, St. Louis, MO, which has been waging peace since 1985 and is an NGO recognized by the United Nations. The local chapter and the national organization are both 501(c)3 non-profit organizations. Veterans For Peace is made up of veteran and associate members. More information about the national organization, including our Statement of Purpose and contact information for a VFP chapter near you, may be found at: www.veteransforpeace.org.
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