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Eternal Peace Vigil Against Iraq War

Join the Tallahassee Network for Justice and Peace, Veterans for Peace, Vietnam Veterans Against the War, & Military Families Speak Out

Every Thursday 4 - 6 pm
Every Sunday 12:30 - 2:30 pm

- At the Old Capitol -
Corner of Monroe St. and Apalachee Parkway
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CLICK HERE FOR LARGER PIC
Dubya Bush counter-demonstrating at our Sunday peace witness.
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This is the old TNJP Homepage! It is no longer updated and is preserved as an archive for posterity. Please go to the new dynamic TNJP blogging website for the latest.


National Boycott To Impeach for Peace and Justice
We Are NOT Buying It!


Bring Them Home - Impeach Them


Spell it out on April 28:  I M P E A C H
www.a28.org/


Flashback - Operation Iraq Liberation by Tom Baxter, April 5, 2003


It's Time to Come HomeIt's Time to Come Home
On March 19th, 2007 organizers and volunteers commemorated the 4th anniversary of the Iraq War by setting up and displaying 3200+ luminaries around the paths and walkways of Lake Ella in downtown Tallahassee.

Hundreds of Tallahasseeans and folks from all over the area came for a stroll and reflection of the toll the Iraq War has taken on our sons and daughters. Not all remained silent, as many a conversation about getting OUT of IRAQ was witnessed.

Below is a pictorial essay of the event starting just before dusk and extending 'til after sundown. Both serene and sobering, the views around Lake Ella provided ample opportunity for reflection on the events of the past four years and where we as a country are headed in the future. The event was one of thousands organized nationally by United for Peace and Justice and MoveOn.org.

(Pictorial Essay) (Local Press Coverage)



WHY I FIGHT FOR PEACE
by Cloy Richards USMC
Because I can't forget no matter how hard I try.
They told us we were taking out advancing Iraqi
forces, but when we went to check out the bodies
they were nothing but women and children
desperately fleeing their homes because
they wanted to get out of the city
before we attacked in the morning... (more)


Human Rights and Impeachment Day DEC, 10th, 2006
December 10 is Human Rights Day, and this year we're making it Human Rights and Impeachment Day. Slogan: "Putting Impeachment on the Table."
Tallahassee will have a RALLY FOR -
  1. WAR CRIMES TRIALS
  2. IMPEACH BUSH CHENEY
  3. SUPPORT GI RESISTERS AND THE GI RESISTANCE


Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney's Articles of Impeachment
As her last act as a US Congresswoman, Cynthia McKinney filed articles of impeachment against George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, and Condi Rice on Friday December 9th, 2006. Saying "With a heavy heart and in the deepest spirit of patriotism, I exercise my duty and responsibility to speak truthfully about what is before us...", she formally introduced the articles of impeachment. ... (more)


Friday, October 06, 2006
'World Can't Wait' rally in Tallahassee FL

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On Jan. 1st, 2006 Tallahassee CodePINK read the names of Florida's War Dead in front of the Old Capital on Monroe St.


Florida Peace Links - our directory of Fl. Peace Groups


Tallahassee IMC RIP?
TALLY IMC RIP?


TNJP's 2005 Index

The old About TNJP page

What you can do
 
1. Contact us. Let us know your concerns and whether you would like to be contacted if the TNJP organizes a large peaceful vigil in Tallahassee (or join our email list - replace the (at) with @)

2. Come to the next TNJP educational event or action.

3. Write a letter to, and call, your representatives about the military actions in Iraq or Afghanistan or legislation affecting civil liberties.

4. Tell others about Tallahassee Network for Justice and Peace and give them our email address and the web address for the TNJP list archives.

5. Contact local organizations and religious denominations and arrange a speaker. TNJP has speakers available to talk to groups about alternatives to war, on proposed restrictions on the Bill of Rights, and on anti-racism and religious tolerance.

6. Stay informed - join the TNJP email list (replace the (at) w/@) and visit TNJP's online list archives.

7. Volunteer. If you have talents, energy, and time to offer, please let us know.

8. Donate money to help Afghan refugees.

If you have questions or comments about this website, Contact TNJP.
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