No to NATO, Yes to Peace

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Date(s) - Saturday - Jul 6, 2024
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A summit and a rally in Washington D.C. on July 6-7, 2024

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Some find it hard to believe, but NATO is planning a big celebration of 75 years of itself, with meetings beginning July 9, 2024, in Washington, D.C., at which we can expect many presidents, prime ministers, foreign secretaries, and weapons dealers.

We are planning a summit on Saturday July 6 and a rally on Sunday July 7, as well as various other actions in the days before and after that weekend — including working with Veterans For Peace planning a peace walk from Maine to join us in Washington, D.C. with events all along the way.

We say yes to peace and no to NATO!

We favor the abolition of NATO.

These events do not support any governments or political candidates, and we ask that people not bring national flags or campaign signs.



Campaign for Nuclear DisarmamentCODEPINKDSA International CommitteeGlobal Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in SpaceGlobal Women for Peace United Against NATOInternational Peace BureauNC Peace ActionNo to war – no to NATONuclear Age Peace FoundationRootsAction.orgUnited National Antiwar CoalitionVeterans For PeaceVredeWomen’s International League for Peace and Freedom USWorld BEYOND War,


1+1 hosted by Youri Smouter; AJEDI NGO; American Iranian Friendship Committee (AIFC); American Peace Information Center, Association des dynamiques des jeunes marocains; Association for Investment in Popular Action Committees; Baltimore, MD Phil Berrigan Memorial Chapter Veterans For Peace; Ban Killer Drones; Benedictine University faculty senate; Botsotso; Brandywine Peace Community; Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution, George Mason University; Catholic Worker movement Christchurch; Chicago Anti-War Coalition (CAWC); Christians for Peace Newcastle Australia; Church Women United in New York State; Environmentalists Against War; Fuerther Friedensforum; Genesis Farm; Global Campaign for Peace Education; Global Peace Alliance BC society; Illinois for a World BEYOND War; Indian Workers Association; International Fellowship of Reconciliation; International Organization for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (EAFORD); Irish Communist Party; Kickapoo Peace Circle; Kings Bay Plowshares 7; Lakenheath Alliance for Peace; L.I.Alliance for Peaceful Alternatives; Los Alamos Study Group; Malu ‘Aina; Montreal for a World BEYOND War; NH Veterans for Peace; North Alabama Peace Network; North American Climate, Northland Grandmothers for Peace; Conservation and Environment; North Country Peace Group; Nouveaux Droits de l’Homme Cameroun; NUKEWATCH; NZ DPRK Society; NZ Nuclear Free Peacemakers; Pax Christi Australia; Pax Christi Canada; Pax Christi New York State; Peace & Planet News; Peace Culture Village; Peace Quest Cape Breton; PeaceWorks of Greater Brunswick; Phoenix Community Centre; Pivot2Peace (S. Geo. Bay Chapter, WBW); Protect All Children’s Environment; Public Intellectuals for Social and Spare Change; Reject Raytheon AVL; Religious Society of Friends; Santa Cruz Food Not Bombs; Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament; Show Up! America; Sovranita Popolare; The BirthStrike Movement; The Peace Movement of Orust; U.S. Peace Council; Veterans For Peace Chapter 61; Veterans for Peace Madison Chapter 25; Veterans for Peace, Hawai`i Ch. 113; War Industry Resisters Network; Women Activity Centre; Women Concern; Women for Peace – Women Against Nuclear Power – Finland; Women for Peace, Finland; World BEYOND War – Asheville; World BEYOND War – Ireland; XR Peace; Youth for Human Rights Ghana;