Repeal the blank checks for war

Tell your elected officials to oppose U.S. military action in Iraq and Syria and repeal the 2001 and 2002 AUMF’s.

The humanitarian crisis in Iraq and Syria can’t be resolved through military force.  We have tried that in the past; it brought the crisis we see today.

Now is the time to develop non-military, multilateral approaches to building peace and preventing atrocities globally. We need to turn back to the global community–not to plan a new war, but to demand an end to all proxy wars in the region and stop the influx of weapons on all sides of these conflicts.



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