Tulsa Peace Fellowship

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

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TPF fundraiser | Gift of Peace | FAQ: About us

Please consider making a Gift of Peace! Send your donations by check to:

The Tulsa Peace Fellowship

c/o UU Church of the Restoration

1314 N. Greenwood Ave, Tulsa Oklahoma. 74106-4854

You can now also make your donations online through our PINC website for processing contributions online : http://www.pincgiving.com/donate/organization/1202854

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Added by Tony Nuspl on January 1, 2010 at 12:54pm — No Comments

'Rethink Afghanistan' documentary available for viewing online for FREE

Dear Fellowship,

If you missed last week's TPF screening of 'Rethink Afghanistan' --the film's premiere in Tulsa-- you can still become informed about the controversy regarding Obama's escalation of hostilities in that country by watching the documentary online.

The documentary 'Rethink Afghanistan' (Brave New Films) is available in its entirety for FREE online (on-demand streaming video, in six parts) on their webpage:…


Added by Tony Nuspl on December 16, 2009 at 7:14pm — No Comments

Teach-In on campus at University of Tulsa (T.U.) | first major glitch with Ning events

Unfortunately, the event posted to Ning for yesterday's teach-in no longer appears on the site. I did post the event, and sent out invitations to all TPF members subscribed here. If you rec'd the invitation through Ning, please let me know.

This was the line up, last night, on campus at. T.U.

"Teach In" on Afghanistan

Tuesday Dec. 8th, 2009

in Chapman Lecture Hall, University of Tulsa

beginning at 7:00 pm


Jeremy… Continue

Added by Tony Nuspl on December 9, 2009 at 12:04pm — No Comments

TPF press release, in reponse to Obama's speech


December 2, 2009

Contact: Tulsa Peace Fellowship, Steering Committee


December 2, 2009 (Tulsa, OK) – The Tulsa Peace Fellowship issued a statement Wednesday criticizing President Obama’s Afghanistan troop surge and pledged to raise local awareness about his “reckless” strategy. A decades-old local peace organization, TPF has been a vocal critic of both the wars in Iraq… Continue

Added by Tony Nuspl on December 3, 2009 at 7:52am — No Comments

The first "U.S. Out of Afghanistan!" anti-war demo in Tulsa

The first "U.S. Out of Afghanistan!" anti-war demo in Tulsa went very well, this Saturday, October 3rd 2009, at the corner of 41st & Yale. Of the 30% of so of the people in their cars responding to our message, I'd say 98% were in agreement with us. There was only 1 vociferous opponent to our point of view, who was in support of endless war for some reason unbeknown to us.

October 7th marks the end of the 8th year of the US occupation in Afghanistan, and the beginning of the 9th… Continue

Added by Tony Nuspl on October 5, 2009 at 12:28pm — No Comments

Call For Local Actions on 6th Anniversary of War in Iraq -- In 2009, What Would Dr. King Do?

Call For Local Actions on 6th Anniversary of War in Iraq

Source: www.unitedforpeace.org

United For Peace and Justice calls on groups large and small in cities, towns and rural communities all across the country to take public action on the 6th anniversary of the war. We must send a strong, unequivocal message to the new Administration and the new Congress: the people of this country want the war to end, and to end… Continue

Added by Tony Nuspl on February 18, 2009 at 10:54am — 1 Comment

Bald Eagles--Courtesy of Sutton Avian Research Center


I would like to share with each of you the opportunity to view Bald Eagles in their native habitat, in real time.

Each year, my husband (company - Atlas Broadband of Owasso) assists the Sutton Center in setting up web cams to view nesting Bald Eagles. The link provided is to the site where anyone can check frequently to view the activities of a pair that have a nest located on OG&E property at Sooner Lake near Stillwater, Oklahoma. Either the same pair has… Continue

Added by Elizabeth on February 8, 2009 at 2:32pm — No Comments

our immediate community

as we get older our community becomes more clear. not only the importance of us as one, but the way we move and motivate. in difficult times we come together more readily, more sincerely, and more improvised. in prosperous times we come together more superficially, and many not at all. the times are over when race and religion separated us, but many hang on to those traditions. let us begin a conversation of community.

Added by kellyanquoe on February 8, 2009 at 8:04am — No Comments

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