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MLK parade THEME 2021: "Standing Strong: For Justice, Truth, and Freedom” at Greenwood District, Tulsa

January 18, 2021 all day
Floats only this year, no audience lining the street, due to pandemic protocols.Catch it on TV or streaming videoSee More
Jan 17
Tony Nuspl commented on Tony Nuspl's event Celebrate new international law coming into force - NO NUKES!
"If you want, you can invite others to join you with this link: https://www.icanw.org/studio_2221?recruiter_id=111968"
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Derek Bartholomew, Veteran for Peace (OKC)

Posted here with permission. Originally posted by him to facebook 2011 Oct 15(This is from another time, another location, but photo placed in this album anyway.)
Oct 16, 2020
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"The Mess That War Left Behind" -- a review of Proving Grounds (2015)

book reviewed: Edwin A. Martini, ed. Proving Grounds: Militarized Landscapes, Weapons Testing, and the Environmental Impact of U.S. Bases. Donald R. Ellegood International Publications Series. Seattle University of Washington Press, 2015. 320 pp. $60.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-295-99465-9. Reviewed by Tony NusplTo be fair, "the demilitarization of landscapes" (introduction, p.13) is a large topic, and the nine essays within Edwin A. Martini's edited collection provide a slice, but the book is not…See More
Sep 6, 2020

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President, TPF Steering Committee 2009-2011
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new book title "Obama's Undending Wars" by TPF Steering Cttee member Jeremy Kuzmarov

Timely analysis of Obama's misbegotten escalation of drone warfare, provoking war and revenge by remote control, using dubious satellite video feeds to determine who or what to target. …


Posted on August 16, 2019 at 12:24pm

TPF board member critical of both Oklahoma Senators

"Inhofe, Lankford on the wrong side of history with Yemen vote"

By Jeremy Kuzmarov Dec 18, 2018

Tulsa World, letter to the editor

Oklahoma’s Republican Sens. Jim Inhofe and James Lankford voted in opposition to a Senate amendment to end U.S. support for the civil war in Yemen.

Despite their votes, the measure passed 54-41.

The vote…


Posted on April 18, 2019 at 4:00pm

Peacebuzz, including efforts to stop war on Venezuela, marking Iraq War 16th anniversary, supporting Chelsea Manning in jail

Podcast produced here in Oklahoma, now co-sponsored by "Courage to Resist" (a group for conscientious objectors)

Posted on March 29, 2019 at 6:33pm

mention of TPF in print in a book title

It's a "red-letter day": I came across the first mention of TPF in print in a book title today. Davis D Joyce (at least a few of you in the group have met him) mentions TPF on page 222 of his book on Zinn:
"The speaking Zinn was doing impacted even more people than attended his talks. For example, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on…

Posted on March 1, 2019 at 12:54pm

Atomic war survivors visit Tulsa

September 26, 2018, 11 AM - 1:30 PM

Tulsa Community College, SE Campus

Student Union Auditorium

10300 E. 81 st Street, Tulsa, OK 74133

(Please note, the event will be held in the Student Union, not in the Performing Arts Center, as posted mistakenly previously.)

Also speaking: disarmament educator Dr. Kathleen…


Posted on September 13, 2018 at 1:01pm

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At 9:45pm on November 12, 2012, Lori Laub said…

Good to see you too! Hoping to make it to a meeting one of these days.

At 4:21pm on March 08, 2011, Jill gave Tony Nuspl a gift
Peace to you, Tony.
At 8:04pm on January 8, 2011, Jill said…
Thanks for watching the video by Dr. Michael Parenti. I am personally acquainted with Dr. Parenti and he is VERY interested in coming to speak in the Tulsa/Bartlesville areas this year. Let me know what I can do to make that happen. I know what it costs to get him here and can be very helpful with promotion and publicity for events. I feel passionate about peace and about Dr. Parenti's work. Peace to you, Tony, Jill
At 1:37am on February 24, 2009, Annie Murrell said…
Right on! Thank you for letting me know. I'll be in NYC but will be with all my Tulsa peeps in my heart!



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TPF is a registered non-profit organization in the State of Oklahoma, a non-partisan and non-sectarian civic sector organization, devoted to peace, social uplift, and nonviolence.

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