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Tulsa Peace Fellowship

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Press Release - Tulsa Peace Fellowship

Anti-war movement in Eastern Oklahoma not satisfied with Obama's timeline for Afghanistan

CONTACT: Tulsa Peace Fellowship's Steering Cttee tel. 918 398-6506 email: armywrong@cox.net…


Added by Tony Nuspl on June 27, 2011 at 10:12am — 2 Comments

Do you have photos of MLK parade in Tulsa to share?

TPF participated in the MLK parade through OSU-Tulsa campus and Black Wall Street and the Brady District, this year.  Special thank you to Jean for wearing the polar bear costume, for making placards, for holding the banner, and for doing up her car with peace signs.

If you have photos or video of the TPF entry, or other peace-related entries, in the 2011 MLK parade in Tulsa, please upload them, or send them to us via email:  armywrong@cox.net

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Donations to TPF are now possible through GOODSHOP and GOODSEARCH

Dear grassroots TPF members, board members, advisors and subscribers --

You are our only foundation - TPF does not enjoy the financial support of grant-making foundations or corporate sponsors. The work of the Tulsa Peace Fellowship is predominantly funded by individual donors in Northeast Oklahoma who know that investing in peacebuilding works.

Today we…


Added by Tony Nuspl on December 14, 2010 at 9:08pm — 4 Comments

David Rovics "Troubadour: A People’s History in Song," on tour in Oklahoma

David Rovics will be performing next Saturday, November 20th at 7pm, at A Third Place Community Center (6514 N. Peoria, Turley). Rovics is a tireless advocate for peace, social justice and human rights, and his political folk music is a soundtrack of our shared struggles for freedom. His latest release, "Troubadour: A People’s History in Song," contains eighteen songs about historical events from the 1780’s through Spring 2010.

Rovics is playing in Oklahoma City and Tulsa as part of… Continue

Added by Tony Nuspl on November 13, 2010 at 8:25am — 2 Comments

TPF in Oklahoma City this weekend for PEACE FESTIVAL, SUNDAY

Three volunteers from the Tulsa Peace Fellowship will be travelling to OKC this Sunday, to staff a table on behalf of the group, at the annual Peace Festival.

Sunday, Nov 14th, from 11:00 am to 4:30 pm

at the Civic Center "Hall of Mirrors"

201 N. Walker St.

Oklahoma City

Details below.

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Two TPF members join intentional community in D.C.

Last month two of the active grassroots members of the Tulsa Peace Fellowship picked up sticks and moved to Washington D.C., to join the Dorothy Day Catholic Worker house, in that city.

For a slide show including images of Amber and Kevin, see:
ddcw video: "Imagine Peace"

For some reason the link won't post under "videos" on our Ning page.

Added by Tony Nuspl on November 8, 2010 at 11:38am — No Comments

Obama and Afghan Occupation: What he wants is withdrawal

Obama's Afghan war strategy: End it

Bob Woodward's new book sheds light on the president's intentions. He clearly wants out.

October 3, 2010…


Added by Tony Nuspl on October 8, 2010 at 2:00pm — 2 Comments

Agenda for tomorrow's monthly meeting of the TPF Steering Committee. Grassroots members welcome!

Tulsa Peace Fellowship

Monthly Meeting

Agenda for Oct 7…


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OKC Vigil Today Friday 17th Sept Dedicated to Pfc Bradley Manning, Wikileaks Whistleblower

Rena writes from OKC:

Our regular Third Friday "No More for War" demo this month is

dedicated to support for Bradley Manning, the young GI who is accused

of leaking documents to Wikileaks exposing war crimes. He is in

solitary confinement in Quantico. He is originally from Oklahoma, so

we feel a special need to show our solidarity.

Friday, September 17 · 5:00pm - 6:00pm

SE Corner of S. Western and 59th St., OKC

Oklahoma City,… Continue

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Tulsa Peace Fellowship Monthly Meeting

Agenda for Sept 9th 2010, 6:15 PM

(Please try to arrive by 6pm)

This event repeats every month on the Thursday after the first Saturday monthly protest.

Please join us in the decision making and planning of our activism.

I.Current/Ongoing Business

A. Review of previous weekend's TPF Monthly anti-war demo on Sept 4th , corner of 41st & Yale, in Tulsa.

B. TPF table for Peace Festival in OKC on Sunday Nov 14 2010.

C. TPF exposure… Continue

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Tulsa Monthly Vigil to end the endless occupation of Afghanistan

We're coming up on 12 months of continuous monthly vigils to end the war in Afghanistan, unfurling the "U.S. Out of Afghanistan" banner at the corner of 41st & Yale, on the first Saturdays of the month.

This past Saturday was a VERY positive experience for all TPF members who participated. We particularly appreciated the expressions of affection and gratitude from Tulsans driving by. e.g. "Thank yous" from many, and a "we love you" from a couple. A special thanks goes out this… Continue

Added by Tony Nuspl on September 7, 2010 at 2:39pm — No Comments

KC police arrest nuclear protesters at Honeywell construction site

By Donald Bradley

The Kansas City Star

Kansas City police arrested 14 protesters today at the construction site of a manufacturing plant that will produce parts for nuclear weapons.

The 14 were part of about 75 protesters who locked arms and walked onto the excavation site for the new $685 million Honeywell plant near Missouri 150 and Botts Road in south Kansas City. The marchers forced large earth-moving equipment to stop.

The group planted seeds and sang… Continue

Added by Tony Nuspl on August 18, 2010 at 10:34am — 1 Comment

Dallas Weekly Vigil to End the War in Afghanistan

How is the War Economy Working for You?

Demand taxpayer money be spent on creating jobs, providing health care, education, housing, building roads and bridges and not wasted in occupying Afghanistan indefinitely! Join this weekly vigil, scheduled to continue through August.

When: Friday, August 20, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Where: Earle Cabell Federal Building, 1100 Commerce St., Dallas

Hosted by: Dallas Peace Center

For more peace and justice events in… Continue

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Media coverage, August 12th event, in Oklahoma City, in Solidarity with Pfc. Manning, whistleblower

Oklahomans in Solidarity with Bradley Manning

Photo album from August 12th event, in Oklahoma City, in support of Bradley Manning

Bradley Manning Solidarity March


Photos by Rena, Aug 12, 2010

There was a two-minute story on local TV:

Supporters: Bradley Manning Is A 'Hero'

Thu Aug… Continue

Added by Tony Nuspl on August 14, 2010 at 2:35pm — No Comments

Event organized by our sister organization, OCC

Solidarity March in Support of Bradley Manning**

Thursday, August 12, 8pm

From the Corner of NE 16th and Lincoln to Oklahoma State Capitol, Oklahoma City

This Thursday, August 12, Oklahomans will show support for and solidarity with Pfc. Bradley Manning, accused of leaking documents about the Afghanistan War, with a march at dusk near the state capitol.

Please join us for this important action in support of the Army intelligence officer accused of… Continue

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TPF monthly meeting, for organizational purposes. Tomorrow at 6:00pm UU Church of the Restoration,, Tulsa, OK

Tulsa Peace Fellowship
Monthly Meeting
August 12th 2010, 6:15 PM (Please try to arrive by 6pm)

This event repeats every month on the Thursday after the first Saturday monthly protest.

Added by Tony Nuspl on August 11, 2010 at 6:27pm — 1 Comment

GOAL REACHED: Fundraising covers annual Ning subscription fee

Thank you to all of you who bought TPF apparel in the month of July. We should be good now for a year on Ning, thanks to CafePress kicking in a percentage of the sale of TPF apparel to cover the annual Ning fee.

Go to the bottom of this page, to find the TPF store, if you're still interested in buying TPF gear. Alternatively, you can find the "pull down tab" from the top-level menu under "members" for "TPF gear, etc." to get to the TPF store on CafePress.

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