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Note to NATO: war and occupation in Afghanistan will not empower women!

Thursday, May 24, 2012

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by Sharon Miller This past week, CODEPINKers were among thousands of activists who gathered to speak out against NATO at its summit in Chicago.   We joined our allies in protesting profligate war spending and the ongoing US-NATO occupation of Afghanistan. During the Chicago summit, Amnesty International created an advertising campaign featuring Afghan women. The ads ask [...]

Solidarity with mothers (and all women) on Mother’s Day

Monday, April 16, 2012

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By Sharon Miller Although I plan to celebrate Mother’s Day with my own mother (hi, Mom!), I have to admit that my knowledge of the experience of motherhood is somewhat limited: I am not a mother. I have never been pregnant, and I have never participated in childrearing. While I like kids, I go back [...]

Pink Slip Big Banks

Thursday, November 10, 2011

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I finally made the move to ditch the corporate bank account I’ve had since I was eight years old and opened an account at a local, sustainable bank.* So did thousands of Americans during Bank Transfer Day this past weekend, resulting in over $4 billion dollars moved out of big banks and into credit unions. [...]

Are We Bonobos or Chimpanzees? Evolution and Occupy Wall Street

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

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Bonobos and chimpanzees, our closest animal relatives, are almost exactly the same type of monkey. They are so similar, in fact, they only became distinguished as separate species in 1929. But chimpanzee and bonobo societies are dramatically different. In chimpanzee culture, males dominate, sex is strictly for reproduction and violence and infanticide are common. Bonobo [...]

A to Z Guide to Supporting Your Local “Occupation”

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

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A to Z list of things you as a CODEPINKer can do at your local “Occupation” A: Action(s) – Take part in a daily or weekly action at your local “Occupy.” March, stand in vigil with a sign, speak out in a rally, etc. Don’t forget to make it fun: sing, dance, start a rhythmic chant at a march, as Molly Ivins urged us to. B: Bring Our War $$ Home – Take the anti-war message to your local occupation, it’s going to take all of us to end the US wars and occupations. C: Consensus – The occupy movement operates on a consensus model that emphasizes participation and inclusion. Watch this video to learn how the consensus process works to become an active participant in your occupy community.

On Women’s Equality Day Are We Celebrating the Right to Be Equally Screwed?

Friday, August 26, 2011

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A coalition of women’s organizations today launched a campaign in support of women’s health and economic rights through voting, HERvotes. They also started a blog carnival, in honor of their new organization and the 91st anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment. For those who aren’t constitutional geeks, that’s the one that gave women the [...]

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