Peace and non-intervention are the central planks of any pro-liberty philosophy. Given all of the latest developments in Syria and Iraq, it is especially critical for the liberty movement to fuel a strong anti-war coalition and advocate for peace. To help student activists achieve this end, SFL is happy to announce the start of our first ever Peace Not War Program.
Through the Peace Not War Program, student groups can download our digital activism resources. From banner designs to flyers and handouts, the Digital Activism Resources has everything your group will need to host a successful peace event. You can also register to join dozens of other campuses across North America in hosting activism and educational events for a Week of Peace October 20-24, 2014.
The Week of Peace will be the PNW program’s major event and will raise awareness for the peace movement by helping to put non-intervention in the forefront of foreign policy discussion. Starting on October 20th, this campaign will consist of four days of nonstop activism coordinated with campuses across North America that will have a huge impact with a decentralized approach to allow student groups to cater their activism to fit their local areas. Best of all, on October 22 at 8pm EST we will be hosting a live discussion with Angela Keaton, Director of Operations for Antiwar.com through SFL On Air on the topic of peace.
If you’re interested in participating in this activism initiative by tabling; hosting a speaker or a debate; holding a flag washing ceremony, protest, march, or vigil; or engaging in anti-recruitment activism, check out the Peace Not War page to get in touch with an SFL leader and to gain access to our pro-peace resources.