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There never was a good war or a bad peace. ~Ben Franklin

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James Branum, lawyer for Conscientious Objectors in the U.S. Military, interviewed on Democracy Now! about Bergdahl case (POW exchange)

"Good to see some accurate info and awareness of the CO options in military. Someday maybe the military will release some data on the number of applications vs denials and so forth. Asserting one's conscience in an environment like the military…"
Jun 12, 2014
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Steve Woodall is now a member of Tulsa Peace Fellowship
Nov 22, 2009

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Name your favorite symbol of peace
Olive Branch
Why do you want to join?
network with peace and non-violence movement in Tulsa
Do you live in Oklahoma, or have ties to this state?
yes I live here

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Peace Building, Mutual Aid, and Local Grassroots Community Efforts

People to come together to solve shared challenges at the grassroots level. This discussion forum is for events, plans, strategies and tactics to support sustainability and justice, including mutual aid and self-bootstrapping. Put your reviews of peace-promoting games and nonviolent disobedience training here as well.

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Anti-Nuke_Campaign for a S.M.A.R.T. future

# The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) # The Anti-Ballistic Missile Treat (ABM Treaty) # The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) -- Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) has an excellent anti-nuke page, arguing for nuclear disarmament. http://www.psr.org/site/PageServer?pagename=security_main

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Tax Dollars Spent on Military versus Peace Tax Initiative

Taxpayers can take stock of how the federal government spent their 2007 income tax dollars: over 42 percent went towards military spending, while education received just over 4 percent. The National Priorities Project shows how the average Tulsan family is diverting $360 of their 2007 income tax dollars to buy military hardware, military services, military advertising, military recruiters, and to pay down war debt accumulated by the military during past wars. The campaign for a Peace Tax in lieu of War Taxes is a nationwide campaign.

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