• IGNITE PEACE @Drone War Command Center, Horsham, PA

    Oct 29, 16 • • Comments Off on IGNITE PEACE @Drone War Command Center, Horsham, PA
    IGNITE PEACE @Drone War Command Center, Horsham, PA

    STOP THE HORROR FROM HORSHAM! Saturday, October 28 , Noon – 2p.m. – IGNITE PEACE in Horsham, PA at the operational drone war command center. Stand in protest of the  remote-controlled violence of drone warfare, the policy of “endless war”, its related hatred and fear dominating these times. End Drone Terror, Say NO to the [&hellip...

  • Philly Anti-War ‘Reach Out’ At 30th St. Station to Stop the Drone War Command Center in Horsham, PA

    Oct 14, 16 • • Comments Off on Philly Anti-War ‘Reach Out’ At 30th St. Station to Stop the Drone War Command Center in Horsham, PA
    Philly Anti-War ‘Reach Out’ At 30th St. Station to Stop the Drone War Command Center in Horsham, PA

    Philly Anti-War ‘Reach Out’ at 30th St. Station to Stop Drone Terror and the Drone War Command Center in Horsham, PA. 4p.m., October 14, at the 30th Street Train Station, at the corner of 3oth & Market Streets. Banners, signs, leaflets, and literature table with sweets. Reach-out to people, our neighbors, as they head home, [&hellip...

  • A BETTER LIFE – First-Fri. FREE Film at the Peace Center of Delaware County

    Oct 7, 16 • • Comments Off on A BETTER LIFE – First-Fri. FREE Film at the Peace Center of Delaware County
    A BETTER LIFE – First-Fri. FREE Film at the Peace Center of Delaware County

    Friday, October 7th, 2016, 7 p.m. A film that Trump and such would not want you to see! A poignant, multi-generational story drawn from the everyday lives and struggles of undocumented workers to make something better for their children. A Better Life (2011, PG-13 for some violence, language, and brief drug use, 1 hour 38 [&hellip...

  • IGNITE PEACE/Campaign Nonviolence@Drone War Command Center Horsham, PA

    Sep 24, 16 • • Comments Off on IGNITE PEACE/Campaign Nonviolence@Drone War Command Center Horsham, PA
    IGNITE PEACE/Campaign Nonviolence@Drone War Command Center Horsham, PA

      Pace e Bene’s Campaign Nonviolence (http://www.paceebene.org/) this year involves more than 600 groups and nonviolent actions around the country between September 18 -25, including the DECLARE PEACE Demonstration on Saturday, September 24, Noon – 2p.m., at the Drone War Command Center in Horsham, PA. Saturday, September 24 , Noon – 2p.m. – IGNITE PEACE [&hellip...

  • ‘9/11 + 15 Solemn Vigil for Peace

    Sep 11, 16 • • Comments Off on ‘9/11 + 15 Solemn Vigil for Peace
    ‘9/11 + 15  Solemn Vigil for Peace

    Sunday, September 11, marks the 15th Anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, and the wars that followed. The Brandywine Peace Community invites you to publicly remember and reflect, mourn and to peace re-dedicate ourselves. Join us in declaring, with Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., ‘UNARMED TRUTH  UNCONDITIONAL LOVE.’ Sunday, September 11, at 7p.m. 9/11 + [&hellip...

  • IGNITE PEACE in HORSHAM: End Drone Terror: Say NO to Drone War Command Center/Horsham PA Air Guard Station.

    Aug 27, 16 • • Comments Off on IGNITE PEACE in HORSHAM: End Drone Terror: Say NO to Drone War Command Center/Horsham PA Air Guard Station.
    IGNITE PEACE in HORSHAM: End Drone Terror: Say NO to Drone War Command Center/Horsham PA Air Guard Station.

    Saturday, August 27 , Noon – 2p.m. – IGNITE PEACE in Horsham, PA at the now operational drone war command center. Stand in protest of the  remote-controlled violence of drone warfare, the policy of “endless war”, its related hatred and fear dominating these times. End Drone Terror, Say NO to the Drone War Command Center [&hellip...

  • Philly Anti-War ‘Reach Out’ At 30th St. Station to Stop the Drone War Command Center in Horsham, PA

    Aug 12, 16 • • Comments Off on Philly Anti-War ‘Reach Out’ At 30th St. Station to Stop the Drone War Command Center in Horsham, PA
    Philly Anti-War ‘Reach Out’ At 30th St. Station to Stop the Drone War Command Center in Horsham, PA

    Philly Anti-War ‘Reach Out’ at 30th St. Station to Stop Drone Terror and the Drone War Command Center in Horsham, PA. 4p.m., August 12, at the 30th Street Train Station, at the corner of 3oth & Market Streets. Banners, signs, leaflets, and literature table with sweets.  Reach-out to people, our neighbors, as they head home, [&hellip...

  • Nagasaki Day Remembrance & Resistance at Lockheed Martin, King of Prussia, PA

    Aug 9, 16 • • Comments Off on Nagasaki Day Remembrance & Resistance at Lockheed Martin, King of Prussia, PA
    Nagasaki Day Remembrance & Resistance at Lockheed Martin, King of Prussia, PA

            Tuesday, August 9, Noon, King of Prussia, PA,  Nagasaki Day Remembrance & Resistance Demonstration at Lockheed Martin,, world’s #1 war profiteer.  Mall & Goddard Boulevards (behind the King of Prussia Mall, immediately across from UA King of Prussia movieplex).  Bring umbrella in case of rain, sunblock.  Litany of remembrance and peace [&hellip...

  • NO AUGUST Brandywine Peace Community Monthly Potluck Supper/Program

    Aug 7, 16 • • Comments Off on NO AUGUST Brandywine Peace Community Monthly Potluck Supper/Program
    NO AUGUST Brandywine Peace Community Monthly Potluck Supper/Program

    We have over the decades not held an August 2nd Sunday of the month potluck supper/program  in deference to our August 6 – 9 action plans commemorating  for  the anniversaries of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, nonviolent resistance at Lockheed Martin commemorating. So the next monthly potluck supper/program will be the 2nd Sunday [&hellip...

  • Hiroshima Day Sundown Peace Observance to Abolish Nuclear Weapons and End War

    Aug 6, 16 • • Comments Off on Hiroshima Day Sundown Peace Observance to Abolish Nuclear Weapons and End War
    Hiroshima Day  Sundown Peace Observance to Abolish Nuclear Weapons and End War

    Remembering  Hiroshima and Nagasaki, August 6 – 9, 1945. On August 6, 1945, the United States dropped the world’s first atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima, Japan, killing an estimated 150,000 people in the immediate blast and fire. Three days later, on August 9, 1945, more than 75,000 people died in the atomic bombing [&hellip...