March for Justice and Peace!


April 30 – May 1: International Conference for a Nuclear-Free, Peaceful, Just and Sustainable World – Live Streaming of plenary sessions including the address by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

Saturday, May 1: March for Jobs and Immigrants Rights – Meet up with the Peace Contingent at 10:30 AM on Worth St west of Broadway

Sunday, May 2: Rally, March, International Peace & Music Festival

April 30-May 2 in New York City, thousands of activists from around the world will be gathering and marching for peace, justice and a nuclear-free future!

We urge you to participate fully!  What better way to spend a beautiful Spring weekend than to fill the streets for peace and justice!

March with the peace contingent in the Immigrant Rights march on Saturday.  We will gather at 10:30AM on Worth St, west of Broadway. Bring signs that say Money for Jobs, Not War!  Sign up to help us hand out leaflets for Sunday’s march by sending an email to or call 646-723-0980.

On Sunday, we call on you to stand with 100 Hibakusha, the survivors of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and thousands of our brothers and sisters from 25 nations. Be in Times Square at 1:30 PM on Sunday, May 2! Rally 1:30-3:30, March to the UN, 4:00-6:00 International Peace & Music Festival at Dag Hammarskjold.

We still need lots of volunteers to help out on Saturday and Sunday; you can SIGN UP HERE or call 646-723-0980.

Last year, President Obama reminded the world that taking steps towards a world without nuclear weapons is a moral responsibility. Without action, organizing and protest, that moral responsibility will never be realized.
There is still time to help change history.

One response to “March for Justice and Peace!

  1. June 5 world wide protests is part the NPT. See to set up and event near you US plan two ICBM launch in June thia a WRL event

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