We, having dutifully served our nation,
do hereby affirm our greater responsibility to serve the cause of world
peace by applying the concept of engaging conflict peacefully, without
To this end we will work with others to:
- Increase public awareness of the total costs of war.
- Restrain our government from intervening overtly or
covertly in the internal affairs of other nations.
- End the arms race and reduce and eventually eliminate
- Seek Justice for veterans and victims of war.
- Abolish war as an instrument of foreign/
Veterans Speakers Alliance and Veterans
For Peace members pledge to use non-violent means to achieve these goals.
All members are trusted to act in the best interest of the group for
the larger purpose of world peace.
Veterans Speakers Alliance
Veterans For Peace, San Francisco, Chapter 69
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
6:30 PM (1830) Socialize
7PM (1900) Meeting
9PM (2100) Adjourns
2013: Changed to Third Tuesday of every month
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Celebrate Black History Month: African American Veterans— Warriors of Courage, Change & Peace
Sunday, February 10, 2013
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On Free Museum Tuesday — visit and get inspired by “Occupy Bay Area” at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) then create your own art statement. The Independent Living Resource Center (ILRC) and the San Francisco Veterans Art Guild invites Veterans and non-Veterans to an open art session starting at 1 p.m. at the ILRC, 649 Mission Street, 3rd Floor. Art supplies and paper and space to help in these creations. Questions/Donations: leave a message at (415) 857-1510. and more...
Voices of Veterans
The War Crimes Times: Fall 2012
Seven Members of Veterans For Peace are part of a 40-member delegation organized by Code Pink and planning to be in Pakistan between September 28th and October 10th. VFP members Leah Bolger, Dave Dittemore, Bill Kelly, Jody Mackey, Rob Mulford, and Ann Wright will meet with drone victims' families, elected officials, tribal elders, and residents of South Waziristan, where U.S. drone strikes have killed thousands, while injuring and making refugees of many more. Code Pink's Medea Benjamin is an associate member of VFP. (Read Tom Hadyen's review of her book, Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control, in the WCT Fall issue.y, and more...
Voices of Veterans
Save the Veterans Building For Veterans
Believe in helping Vets? We want to hear from you! A newly renovated Veterans Building should continue to serve the San Francisco Veterans community. We need your support to ensure the use of this historic building for the wave of returning Veterans who are expected to settle in the Bay Area. Write Historic Preservation Commission
General Commission contact: Linda Avery, 415-558-6407 and Commissioners ALAN MARTINEZ, ANDREW WOLFRAM, CHARLES EDWIN CHASE, RICHARD S. E. JOHNS, COURTNEY DAMKROGER, KARL HASZ, DIANE MATSUDA and Mayor ED LEE
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