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Permanent War
The Domestic Costs of Empire

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On Saturday, March 5, 2005, more than 750 K-12, college, labor and social advocacy educators from the northeast and mid-Atlantic states participated in the founding conference of Educators to Stop the War at Hunter College High School in New York City.  The conference explored:

  • The state of war, empire, and our role as educators in the movement to fight it

  • Building and expanding anti-war activity in our unions, schools, colleges, and universities

  • The development of pedagogy and intellectual and cultural materials to bring the war and the anti-war movement into the classroom, K-12-graduate school

  • Building a movement against military recruitment in our schools, colleges, and universities and resisting any move to restore the draft.

We need to continue the work of building Educators To Stop the War.  Send us:

  • Your ideas for the work Educators to Stop the War should do
  • Notice of plans you have for educational events or actions in opposition to the war and military recruiters
  • Information about ways we can help you do your work in this movement. 

Contact us at feedback@educatorstostopthewar.org. 

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A Project of U.S. Labor Against the War


Sponsored by:

AFT locals 2190 (UUP-SUNY), 2334 (PSC-CUNY), 2026 (Community College of Philadelphia) and 2373 (Rowan University).

NEA Peace and Justice Committee, Roxbury Community College-NEA, PSC-CUNY Graduate Center, Rutgers AAUP Chapter, Teachers for a Just Contract (UFT), Teachers Against the War (UFT), United for Peace and Justice, NYC Labor Against the War, Brooklyn Parents for Peace, Historians Against the War, Educational Video Center, Working Class Studies Association, Veterans for Peace (NY Chapter 34), Military Families Speak Out, Iraq Veterans Against the War.