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Corvallis Area Progressive Events Calendar
- Memorial Events in Honor of Military Veteran and Water Protector killed by the Police Last Month
- 4th Year Anniversary of the Drones Quilt Project
- Speaking tour of Oregon and California starting next week!
- Military Recruiting in the United States – a book by Pat Elder
- Veterans confront a system that ignores them
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[The original submission for the Corvallis Gazette-Times “As I See It” piece, published Nov. 6, 2016] November 11 is Armistice Day Many celebrate November 11 as Veterans Day, but across the country, Veterans For Peace chapters and other peace and … Continue reading
Show him some love. Please call the Senator’s office and thank him for his decision. And don’t forget, Sen. Jeff Merkley also supports the agreement. It’s good to be an Oregonian.
UPDATE September 1: The Oregonian ad will continue running in opinion section Sept. 1-4. ALSO, Corvallis peacenik Bobbi Hall has produced an interview with VFP 132 members Bart & Leah Bolger about the Iran nuclear deal. It will run on our … Continue reading
Corvallis, Oregon peace activists recognize 70th anniversary of nuclear attacks with theme, “Never Again” — Corvallis peace & justice groups, including Veterans For Peace, Women’s Int’l League for Peace & Freedom (WILPF), several faith groups and Alternatives To War, will host three … Continue reading
Just a brief update… Terry and Ele Adams have completed the World Peace Game installation at Hoover Elementary and will begin running sessions with fifth graders the week of January 5th, 2015. This has been a monumental effort by the Adams over … Continue reading
It’s not too late to donate and help bring the World Peace Game to a Corvallis elementary school this fall. To make a tax-deductible donation, you can either use the “Network for Good” button in the right side bar of … Continue reading
VFP Corvallis has joined other local groups at several recent Gaza solidarity actions over the past weeks. The response from passing motorists has been overwhelmingly positive. Here are some photos of recent demonstrations (photo credit: Courtney Childs).