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Current Activities

TH, SEPT 15: A New Cold War? The U.S., NATO and Putin’s Russia with Joseph Gerson

Does NATO make Europe and the U.S. more or less secure? Is NATO’s military buildup dangerous?

A Community Forum with Joseph Gerson, Director, Peace and Economic Security Program, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)

Moderator: Molly Nolan, Professor of History, NYU

WHEN: Tuesday, September 15 from 7 to 9 pm
WHERE: The Brooklyn Commons, 388 Atlantic Ave. between Bond and Hoyt

Admission is free. All are welcome! Donations accepted.

Co-Sponsored by Peace & Social Action Committee of the Brooklyn Friends Meeting

Endorsed by Fort Greene Peace, Granny Peace Brigade, International Action Center, NY UNAC (United National Antiwar Coalition), NYC War Resisters League, Peace Action Bay Ridge, Peace Action Fund of New York State, Peace Action Staten Island, United for Peace and Justice, Veterans For Peace – NYC Chapter 34, Veterans Peace Council of Metro New York, World Can’t Wait

WED July 6: Demand that Cuomo Rescind Executive Order Blacklisting Institutions That Support BDS

Join us in this important action!
March to Governor Cuomo’s home in Mount Kisco to demand he rescind unconstitutional executive order that blacklists institutions which support BDS  (See BFP Statement on the Executive Order)

6:00 PM     Assemble at the Mt. Kisco Metro North Station

6:20 PM     March to Gov. Cuomo’s Home from the train station

The march to Gov. Cuomo’s home will take 20 – 30 minutes.
We will be marching West on Route 133 or Millwood Road.
Please let us know if you are unable to march and need a ride to Gov. Cuomo’s home.

RSVP requested to  Include your name, the name of your organization if any, and how many people will be coming
The New York State Coalition for the Freedom to Boycott will provide signs, song sheets and chants.
To read more about Governor Cuomo’s order, visit:
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Brooklyn For Peace Condemns Cuomo Exec Order Re Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions

Brooklyn For Peace Condemns Cuomo Executive Order Re Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions

Brooklyn For Peace condemns Executive Order 157 issued by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, prohibiting state agencies from doing business with institutions and companies that engage in or support the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement against Israel. His order will create a “blacklist” of institutions and companies that engage in any ”boycott, divestment, or sanctions activity targeting Israel, either directly or through a parent or subsidiary” as a tactic to support and defend Palestinian human rights. We call on the governor to rescind his Executive Order without delay.
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Peace And Pride—The BFP Table
At The Brooklyn PRIDE Fair

Jun 11, 2016

For quite a few years, Brooklyn For Peace members have staffed a table at the annual Brooklyn PRIDE street fair. This year the fair was held on Brooklyn’s busy Fifth Avenue. People strolled down the thoroughfare celebrating  LGBT justice and equality.

The table attracted lots of visitors who signed petitions, purchased buttons and took our “Refugees Are Welcome Here” posters to place in their windows. The campaign is  designed to counter the anti-immigrant anti-refugee poison that has been spewed during this presidential campaign by stating Brooklyn’s welcome to people fleeing horrific violence and war.

We also asked people to take our popular Penny Poll. Using a series of transparent tubes mounted in a box and labeled with different spending categories from the Federal budget that’s decided each year by Congress, we ask people “How do you want your tax dollars used? We give each person 20 pennies to allocate based on their spending priorities. “Would you like to go for war or affordable housing or schools? Overwhelmingly, Brooklyn residents design a budget that favors spending for human needs over war. This, of course, is in sharp contrast to what Congress does with our tax dollars each year, giving the Pentagon close to 60 percent of the discretionary budget. Education, by contrast, receives only six percent.

If you’d like to help Brooklyn For Peace at this summer’s street fair tables, send us an email  by clicking here.

Check out more photos of today’s table here.

Many people participated in Brooklyn For Peace's popular Penny Poll.
Many people participated in Brooklyn For Peace’s popular Penny Poll.
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