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WELCOME: The Niagara Coalition for Peace is a coalition of social justice groups and individuals. We promote events, news & issues of interest to anti-war, peace & liberation activists. NC4P opposes the occupation of Iraq, Palestine & Afghanistan & any suppression of the "Arab Spring". We fight for self-determination for all peoples. NC4P was a leader in the anti-war peace movement in 2003 during the escalation of attacks on Iraq, organizing marches, vigils, speakers & teach-ins. Our anti-war peace resolution was adopted by all 12 Niagara municipalities. Much educational and mobilization work remains.

We are based in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada & serve the Niagara Region, Hamilton, K-W & to some extent Toronto & the US. We are non-partisan & do not endorse any political party.

MEMBERS: Our members include Labour; Brock Faculty; Niagara Raging Grannies; past-Niagara Radical Cheerleaders; OPIRG Brock; Niagara Multifaith Council; CAW; Citizens Against Racism & Military Aggression - Hamilton; Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights - McMaster; Niagara Palestinian Association; Western New York Peace Centre USA; Council of Canadians; Niagara Secular Humanists (Horst Klaus); Canadian-Cuban Friendship Association (Helen Santek). We work in solidarity with groups such as Six Nations Land Reclamation and Idle No More. We are members of Canadian Peace Alliance CPA & Toronto Coalition to Stop the War (TCSW www.nowar.ca). Group members change over time. New members and new initiatives are always welcome.

USAGE: This is not a discussion group. Rather it is for posting Events & Alternative News Articles not found in the mainstream media.

GROUP MODERATORS: susanha103@yahoo.ca, salehw@yahoo.com

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  • 334
  • Human Rights
  • Nov 4, 2003
  • English

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