May 8-10; Cuban 5 at UNAC conference!

Apr 1, 2015 by

The 2015 UNAC National Conference: Stop the Wars at Home and Abroad, which will be held in Secaucus, NJ from May 8 – 10, will hear a special presentation by some of the Cuban 5, who will Skype into the conference.   To read the history of their case, please go here: or

The early registration period for the conference has been extended for one week till April 8! Please take advantage of the 20% discount to the already low registration fees and join us at the conference. 

The 20% discount will also apply to ads in the conference journal and to literature table fees. Placing an ad in the journal or getting a literature table is a fantastic way not only to get out your message to hundreds of progressive anti-war activists, but to help us keep this conference financially accessible.




Join Hatem Abudayyeh, Susan Abulhawa, Pam Africa, Abayomi Azikiwe, Ajamu Baraka, Medea Benjamin, The Cuban 5, Lamis Deek, Steve Downs, Bernadette Ellorin, Glen Ford, Sara Flounders, Bruce Gagnon, Teresa Gutierrez, Lawrence Hamm, Chris Hedges, Joe Iosbaker, Charles Jenkins, Antonia Juhasz, Chuck Kaufman, Kathy Kelly, Jeff Mackler, Christine Marie, Ray McGovern, Cynthia McKinney, Michael McPhearson, Malik Mujahid, Lucy Pagoada, Lynne Stewart, David Swanson, Clarence Thomas, Ann Wright, Kevin Zeese many more at …

A national conference to connect all the issues:

“Stop the Wars at Home Abroad!”

#NoNewWars  #EndWarAtHome&Abroad

(To registernow, click here)

The United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC) invites you to attend the “Stop the Wars at Home Abroad!” conference, to be held May 8-10, 2015, in Secaucus, N.J, just outside New York City.

More and more, we can see how the problems of the world are connected. The trillions of dollars being spent on wars-for-profit abroad could be used here at home to rebuild our cities, educate our youth, employ our jobless, repair damage to the environment – and try to make up for the endless suffering the Pentagon is inflicting on people around the world, most of them people of color, the vast majority of whom have nothing to do with threatening us or anyone else.

Some of the connections are even more striking. Some of the very same kinds of military equipment that wereused in Iraq was seen this past summer on the streets of Ferguson, Mo. Surveillance drones developed for use by the military are now being used by domestic police departments. The endless “war on terror” is being used to justify taking away our civil liberties here at home. Wars for oil in the Middle East keep fossil fuels flowing, accelerating the climate change that threatens all humanity.

This conference will be an opportunity to meet and network with activists from across the country and learn about the many struggles going on today, both at home and around the world. Speakers with decades of experience will be joined by members of the new generations of activists who are bringing fresh energy and ideas into the movement. Together, we will learn from and inspire each other.

Most conferences cost many hundreds of dollars to attend, but UNAC organizers are doing their best to keep this one affordable for young activists and working people. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to expand your knowledge, make many new progressive friends and build the movement for fundamental social change.

Stop the Wars at Home Abroad!

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