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NEWS from the NNOMY Network 3-11-11

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Saturday: Farmer-worker solidarity on parade

Wisconsin Farmers Union and WNPJ member group Family Farm Defenders are showing their support for Wisconsin workers on Saturday with a Farm Labor Tractorcade, starting at 10am on John Nolen Drive and arriving at the Capitol Square around 11am.

Madison, Wisconsin : Read more on Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice Website
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Twenty Years of War on Iraq

March 19, 2011, marks eight years since the beginning of the Iraq War. But it has actually been twenty years since the United States began waging a continuous war on that country.

Madison, Wisconsin: Read more on Peace Action Wisconsin Website

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AFSC's Don Bustos awarded New Mexico Organic Farmer of the Year

His ancestors are both native Pueblo and Spanish and the 150 year migration created the diverse mix of Indo-Hispano people to which he belongs.

New Mexico: Read more on the AFSC Website
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Bully and Violence Prevention

The Second Step Bully and Violence Prevention curriculum is an internationally used program (reaching 9 million children at 25,000 schools in 26 countries) that teaches social and emotional skills to prevent violence and bullying in schools.

Athens, Ohio: Read more on the Appalachian Peace and Justice Network Website
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No US Intervention in Libya!

Secretary of State Clinton has stated that “No option is off the table” concerning Libya, and many Washington insiders are calling for military intervention, perhaps in the form of a No Fly Zone. Is this the first step into yet another foreign war?

Brooklyn , NY: Read more at Center on the Brooklyn For Peace Website

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Brethren volunteer hosts meeting for Agent Orange delegation to Vietnam

Grace Mishler, a Church of the Brethren member working in Vietnam, recently helped organize and hosted a meeting between local disabilities activists and members of a delegation that is visiting the country to explore the continuing effects of Agent Orange/dioxin.

Washington, District of Columbia: Read more on the Church of the Brethren Website

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More Collateral Murder: Afghan Boys Massacred While Collecting Firewood

More "Collateral Murder." We have no video (like that contained in the Collateral Murder tape) of the latest attack on helpless civilians. But the gruesome result is not hard to visualize given the reports by family members forced to collect their young sons' body parts.

Corvallis, Oregon: Read more on the Veterans for PeaceChapter 132 Website

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