Racial Justice Has No Borders is a new, broad anti-war coalition that seeks to recenter the conversation about U.S. wars and militarization on the needs and leadership of those most impacted.
This coalition puts a focus on diaspora, refugee, veteran, Black, Brown, and Indigenous communities who bear the brunt of this country’s militarism to challenge the myth that more police, wars, and weapons have made any of us safer or more secure. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is imperative that we forge new avenues for global solidarity that can lead to real and lasting peace and security. On April 6, at 3 p.m. EST / 2 p.m. CST / 1 p.m. MST / 12 p.m. PST (the eve of the Wisconsin Democratic Primary), the coalition will host a virtual town hall examining U.S. military policy, defense spending, the ongoing 'War on Terror,’ and militarization at home.
Moderated by Marc Lamont Hill, the Town Hall will launch a shared campaign demanding the immediate end to the 2001 Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF) that has been the pillar of escalated U.S. military intervention under the banner of the War on Terror.
Please join us for this timely conversation and help us get the word out! You can find sample tweets, posts, and graphics in the social media toolkit. We will be using the hashtag #RacialJusticeHasNoBorders. You can also share the Facebook event.
Racial Justice Has No Borders Coalition Members include About Face: Veterans Against The War; Adalah Justice Project; Grassroots Global Justice Alliance; Dissenters; MADRE; Stand With Kashmir; Center for Constitutional Rights; Ambazonian Prisoners of Conscience Support Network; War Resisters League; Palestinian Youth Movement; Veterans for Peace; Nodutdol for Korean Community Development; Voices of the Sacred; Institute for Policy Studies; Uprooted & Rising; MoveOn; Win Without War; Dream Defenders; Women Cross DMZ; and Freedom, Inc.