Iran: Cities for Peace

As the peace majority, it is our responsibility to ensure the administration’s escalating war rhetoric with Iran is met with strong community opposition to stop the next war NOW.  

Cities for Peace is a nation-wide campaign bringing community based activists and locally elected officials together to pass peace resolutions letting the Bush Administration and Congress know that local towns and cities do not support military engagement with Iran.
We hope that by working together to empower grassroots efforts, we can make our collective voices heard throughout the country – in one loud and unified message of opposition to more war and violence, and in favor of engagement and diplomacy.
Started by the Institute for Policy Studies, Cities for Peace gives local communities the tools to successfully pass peace resolutions, and create a wide network of progressive activists and elected officials willing to change the national political agenda -- one town and city at a time.

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