Here’s the link to the outstanding presentation that Dr. Assal Rad gave to Genesee Valley Citizens for Peace on April 24th, 2021. It’s a discussion of the Iran Nuclear Deal—JCPOA. We all know that the JCPOA is good for the U.S. and Iran. Dr. Rad explains why the deal is good, why Trump ended it, and why Biden should reinstate it.
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This important Zoom event will take place tomorrow (Saturday) from 10:30 AM - 12:45 PM. It doesn’t conflict with the regular GVCP meeting from 1:30 - 2:30 PM on...
Video now Available! We are extremely happy to welcome our special guest speaker, Dr. Assal Rad. Her topic will be “The Iran Deal.” (The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or JCPOA). The Iran Deal is an important program for peace and progress in the Middle East.
ROCLA is honored to present our next ROCLA speaker, Mr. Jaime Hermida Castillo, who currently serves as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Nicaragua to the UN, and previously was Deputy Permanent Representative of Nicaragua to the United Nations since March 2007. He began his diplomatic career in 1979.
Our next Zoom meeting is Saturday, 3/27, at 1:30 PM. Emily Rubino, newly appointed Executive Director of Peace Action New York State, will join us on this Zoom meeting!...
Now is the time to learn more about the testimonials of Vietnam and Afghanistan/Iraq veterans, and the observations of the “boots on the ground” as to what war was really about. Please see the invitation below to join the University of Notre Dame Kroc Institute “Winter Soldiers for Peace and Social Justice: Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Today” webinar this Friday, March 12, 2021 at 4:00 P.M. EST.
Here’s information from the Genesee Valley Council on the Arts. GVCA has many programs, and GVCP is involved in one of them—The Paula Henry Peace Award. If you’re an...
President Biden promised diplomacy with Syria and Iran, and that’s what we need. We must convince the President to seek a peaceful solution to the knotty—and confusing—Middle East conflict.
I think Win Without War explains this very well. There’s an action item, which is user-friendly.
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Here is a wonderful five-minute video about anti-nuclear actions all over the country on January 22nd. It’s very moving for many reasons. The most important for me is that it reminded me that we are not alone in our work for peace.