Thursday, November 12 , 6–9:30 pm
Plymouth Church, 57 Orange St., Brooklyn between Henry and Hicks in Brooklyn Heights.[MAP]
Doors open at 6 pm for appetizers and drinks; program will begin at 7 pm. Dinner and wine will be included.
Tickets go on sale August 15, 2015!
Please visit brooklynpeace.org or call 718-624-5921 for tickets.
Brooklyn To Congress: “Support Peace & Diplomacy! We Don’t Want Another War!”
Aug 1, 2015
Continuing their campaign to build support among their Brooklyn neighbors, BFP volunteers were out in front of the Central Library today. Flyers were handed out and postcards to Congress demanding support for the agreement on Iran’s nuclear programs were collected. So far, Brooklyn For Peace has collected over 1,700 postcards from Brooklyn residents reflecting the widespread support for diplomacy and against a third Middle East war.
At times, there were so many people wanting to sign postcards that they had to wait on line. It was a sweltering day so that was a good measure of people’s commitment. Impressive! Congress … are you listening?
Our campaign will continue in the weeks ahead. Want to join us? Write to firstname.lastname@example.org we’ll send you details of our next mobilization.
Iran Deal: Keep It or Kill It? See Our Latest Flyer On Iran…
Jul 31, 2015
Brooklyn For Peace has been out on the street corners of our Brooklyn neighborhoods, educating on the issue and supporting diplomacy with Iran vs. another Middle East war. Sentiment has been overwhelmingly in favor of the agreement with Iran and we’ve collected close to 1,700 postcards to Congress – Senators and Reps urging them to stand up for peace and diplomacy.
BFP Has Been Waging Peace By Urging Diplomacy, Not War, With Iran.
Jul 5, 2015
Over the last few months Brooklyn For Peace volunteers, led by the group’s Peace And Economic Justice Committee (PEJ) have been out in the streets urging success for the diplomatic agreement that the Obama administration, along with its five partners, have been negotiating with Iran over that country’s nuclear programs. The peace movement has for years been advocating the use of discussion to settle disputes rather than resorting to military force and war which had been the policy of Bush and Cheney and their Neo-Con allies.
The United States and five other countries are about to conclude an agreement with Iran that will settle differences over that nation’s nuclear programs. The agreement will go a long way toward normalizing relations with Iran and establish a regimen on inspection that will block Iran’s pathway to a nuclear weapon, and eliminate a possible major security threat without resorting to war. (It should be noted that even U.S. intelligence agencies have never made the claim that Iran does have or intends to develop a nuclear weapons program.) During the next few weeks, Members of Congress will decide where they stand on the final Iran deal. It’s important for Congress to hear strong, pro-diplomacy statements from the people they represent.
BFP Visits Schumer’s Office On His Iran Policy And Demands: ‘Speak Out For Diplomacy!’
May 12, 2015
Under the auspices of Brooklyn For Peace (BFP), a delegation of six peace advocates met with aides to the U.S. Senator from New York, Charles Schumer. Meeting at his midtown Manhattan office, the delegation was a diverse slice of the Senator’s constituents. The purpose of the visit was to let the Senator know of the strongly-held disappointment at his cooperation with some of the Senate’s most virulent pro-war members who have been unstinting in their efforts to derail the negotiations and agreement with Iran, hammered out by the President and John Kerry and five other nations over disputes with Iran’s nuclear program.