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Category: War and Peace


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  • US Wars, Climate Change & the Economy (parts 1&2) (VB #94.13/95.1):
    Six panelists connect US militarism around the world to environmental and economic justice issues, including Afghanistan, Iraq and Israel/ Palestine. (Taped September 2014). 3/15 Streaming
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  • David Swanson: Ending War (parts 1&2) (VB #90.11&12):
    The prominent peace activist, blogger and author persuasively lays out his rationale, history and philosophy: that war is illegal. 3/14
  • Putting It All on the Line for Peace (parts 1&2) (VB #87.13& 88.01) :
    Rosalie Riegle, peace activist and oral historian, shares stories from her interviews with people who went to jail for their beliefs and the families who stayed behind. 6/13 --Video----Clip--
  • Oregonians Expose U.S. Drone Strikes in Pakistan (parts 1&2) (VB #86.02&03) :
    Three people from Portland and one from Corvallis report on an October 2012 Code Pink- organized trip to the area of NW Pakistan under bombardment by U.S. "unmanned aerial vehicles" since 2004. 1/13 --Video----Clip--
  • How Can We Create a Nuclear Free World?: Hiroshima Day 2011 (parts 1&2) (VB #81.11&12) :
    Information, music and poetry include Nobel Peace Prize nominee Kathy Kelly, Veterans for Peace, a Hiroshima survivor, and a song from the Slants. 12/11
  • Kathy Kelly: War and Peace in Afghanistan (parts 1&2) (VB #80.12&13) :
    The Nobel Peace Prize nominee talked in Portland about the impact of the US war and occupation of Afghanistan, showed videos, and called people to action. 9/11
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  • Iraq 8 Years Later: How is the War Economy Working for You? (parts 1&2) (VB #79.07&08) :
    Speakers connect the economic crisis with US military actions in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan, musicians sing for peace, and a lively march winds through downtown Portland. 5/11
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  • Iraq, 6 Years Later: Stop the Wars at Home and Abroad-- March 15, 2009 (parts 1&2) (VB #71.10&11) :
    Speakers, music and marching at the spirited event in Salem, OR at the state capitol, covering Iraq, the National Guard, immigration rights, and more. 6/09
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  • Jeremy Scahill: Blackwater (parts 1&2) (VB #69.12&13) :
    Investigative journalist and best-selling author speaks about the problems caused by the "World?s Most Powerful Mercenary Army." 12/08
  • 9/11, Five Years Later: America's Foreign and Domestic Ramifications (VB #65.01&02) :
    Forum features September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, an Afghan-American Professor, a peace activist about the invasion of Iraq, the ACLU on civil liberties, and a Somali immigrant on the backlash against Muslims and Arabs. 10/07
  • Portland Clerics for Peace (VB #60.11) :
    Four ministers and a rabbi speak out against the war in Iraq at a news conference in Portland, March 2006. 9/06
  • Exposing Human Rights Violations in Iraq and the "War on Terror" (VB #60.01) :
    A national guardsman reveals Iraqi officials "disappearing" prisoners and a journalist talks about the hypocrisy of the press at Amnesty International USA's 2006 conference in Portland. 7/06
  • Albany, Oregon: Two Peace Actions 2005 (VB #58.10) :
    Military Families Speak Out's rally for peace calls to bring the troops home; Northwest Veterans for Peace participate in Albany's Veterans Day parade with mixed reactions. 3/06
  • War, Peace and the Media (VB #53.01) :
    Author Jack Duvall asserts that violent revolutions do not lead to free societies, while nonviolent struggles such as those led by Gandhi and King have far greater success. 9/04
  • Let's Dare Make Peace: Report on Women in Black's 2003 Conference (VB #50.11) :
    Yvonne Simmons joined women from around the world speaking about countries currently at war, suffering the aftermath of war, and causing war. 3/04
  • Health Effects of Depleted Uranium (VB #49.11) :
    Retired army Major Doug Rokke details the long-term health effects of the use of Depleted Uranium munitions, and the US Army's campaign of denial and misinformation. 12/03
  • Conscience Calls to Action (VB #47.04) :
    Hours before the U.S. launched its attack on Iraq, Portland's faith community engaged in a civil disobedience action. Frank Fromherz, who lost his job for his anti-war stance, gives context. 4/03
  • March 15 Peace March (SE #100) :
    An experimental effort shows Portland's 30,000+ person march. The speakers and music presented at the rally are superimposed in various configurations on the same screen. (90 min.) 7/03
  • Kelly Campbell: September 11 Families for Peace (VB #44.10&11) :
    The sister-in-law of a 9-11 victim explains her family's efforts to oppose military responses, including slides of her trip to meet war victims in Afghanistan. 9/02
  • Peace Through Justice (VB #41.5) :
    Speakers, marchers, and organizers celebrate peace, condemn U.S. policy, and give a voice for hope at an Emergency Demonstration against the bombing of Afghanistan in October, 2001. 10/01
  • Never Again: Remembering Hiroshima 2001 (VB #41.11) :
    Anti-nuclear activist Lloyd Marbet is among the speakers at PSR's annual event; the Aurora Chorus sings and others encourage peaceful policies (August, 2001). 12/01
  • Peace Fest 2001 (VB #41.1) :
    Two workshops: one on creating peace through compassionate listening; and one on valuing differences in each other and using this information in team building (February, 2001). 10/01
  • Genocide and Humanitarian Intervention (VB #37.12) :
    At an October, 2000 symposium in Portland, OR, Bill Schulz, Director of Amnesty International USA, discusses why we should care about human rights issues.
  • Philip Berrigan: Peacemaking in a War-Torn World (VB #33.11) :
    The famous ex-priest outlines the manipulations of the U.S. military machine against Iraq and Yugoslavia.
  • This Mortal Coil (VB #02.02) : The homeless gather to protest at Portland's City Hall and reflections on the one year anniversary of the Gulf War. 30 mi 01/02/92
  • Leading Questions (VB #02.08) : Where does war come from? Are we born warlike? People on the street responds to these and other questions. 29:25 02/24/92
  • The Risks of War Tax Resistance (SE #031) : 06/06/93
  • Heart of Resistance (VB #03.01) : War Tax Resister; Conscientious Objectors; Nuclear Power Protests. 30 mi 04/06/92

  • Peace & Justice Fair (VB #04.08) : Portland activists organize an event where no one protests but everyone still makes a strong statement on Memorial Day 1992. 27:40 08/31/92
  • Music of the Peace & Justice Fair (VB #07.10) : 1993 event 30 mi 06/07/93
  • War & Peace: Remembering War, Working for Peace (VB #11.05) : Billboard Project: art & thought on "Gulf War"; Peace & Justice Fair. 30 mi 05/02/94
  • Fairly Peaceful, Fairly Just: Peace & Justice Fair '95 (IV 06.03) : Scenes from the fourth annual Portland Peaceworks Peace & Justice Fair 60 mi 05/08/95
  • 1997 Peace and Justice Fair (VB #23.12) 6/16/97

  • Anne Frank In Today's World/also: On the Edge (VB #05.12) : Anne Frank exhibit visited; protesters at the gate of the Nevada Test Site. 30 mi 12/14/92
  • Peace Issues 93 (VB #06.13) : 30:00 03/29/93
  • Profiles of Resistance (VB #08.03) : 29:20 07/19/93
  • Sowing Deadly Seeds: Global Arms Proliferation (SE #70) : OPW '94 Convention 03/20/95
  • Vets Travel (VB #11.10) : Live call-in featuring veterans discussing US embargoes of Vietnam and Cuba. 30 mi 06/07/94
  • Vincent Eirene: Hiroshima Anniversary Peace Tour (VB #13.10) : 30 mi 12/05/94
  • Linkage: Vietnam-Kent State-PSU Strike (Part 1&2) (VB #15.08&09) : 60 mi 05/22/95
  • Stop the Killing (VB #14.07) : 30 mi 02/13/95
  • Barbara Ehrenreich: War and Society (ZMI #01.11) : 90 mi 12/16/94
  • Alexander Cockburn: Left Alive (SE #079) : 60 mi 08/10/95
  • Michael Parenti & Hanadi Loubani (SE #006) : Insights on the Gulf War
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