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Challenging Militarized Responses & Militarism in the Time of Coronavirus: An International Feminist Teach-In (Parts 1 & 2)

Part 1 features conversations with women activists from the International Womenʻs Network Against Militarism on how coronavirus is affecting their countries, particularly its impacts on militarized communities.  Secondly, the speakers discuss their strategies & visions for demilitarization and women-led peace-building in their country and regions.  Listen to Maria Pumarejo-Reinat (Puerto Rico), hosts Margo Okazawa-Rey & Gwyn… Read more »

Statement from Okinawa Gathering, June 2017

Final Statement from Okinawa Gathering, June 2017 “Challenging Militarism and Creating a Sustainable Future” International Women’s Network Against Militarism 9th Meeting — Okinawa, June 22-26, 2017 Final Statement Twenty years ago, women from South Korea, the Philippines, Okinawa, Japan, and the United States gathered in Okinawa to form a network of solidarity against US militarism…. Read more »

Hawaiʻi

DMZ-Hawai’i/Aloha ‘Āina DMZ-Hawaii’i/Aloha ‘Āina is a network of organizations and individuals representing various movements and communities, as well as international allies.  DMZ stands for demilitarized zone. Aloha ‘Āina means love for the land.  DMZ-Hawai’i/Aloha ‘Āina has united environmental, peace, anti-nuclear, women’s, religious and Kanaka Maoli sovereignty and independence groups. Its current campaigns are opposing the… Read more »