What Is Women Against War?

Women Against War brings together Capital District women to work for peace. We advocate for changed US foreign policies through lobbying, leafleting, vigils, media outreach & educational events.

Women Against War offers speakers, demonstrations, and exhibits throughout the year. One of the WAW project groups, Grannies for Peace, holds annual vigils or demonstrations on Valentines Day (“war breaks Grannies hearts”), Mothers Day, and Veterans Day. The Iran project group advocates for negotiations with Iran by handing out leaflets, lobbying our legislators, and vigiling and leafleting with banners and photos of Iranians, at the popular August food festival at the Empire State Plaza in Albany. These are just examples of WAW’s busy schedule. Please join us!

To find some other recent news you can visit our current Project pages [see right sidebar for individual projects]

See our project pages for information about past and upcoming events.

To find out more about our previous actions for peace and justice you can visit the ARCHIVES of our earlier website,  Thanks to Daniel Wilson for creating this link.

Women Against War yard sign, 2015-2016Free Yard Sign Campaign:  All during 2016 Women Against War has made these yard, vigil, or window signs available.  We only produced 250 signs. You will now see them at vigils and demonstrations sometimes accompanied by a large banner with the same message.

July 12th: Internet-Wide Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality

What  happened on July 12th?

Websites, Internet users, and online communities came together to sound the alarm about the FCC’s attack on net neutrality.  From the SOPA blackout to the Internet Slowdown, we’ve shown time and time again that when the Internet comes together, we can stop censorship and corruption. Now, we have to do it again!

Now there is a new threat by FCC chairman Ajit Pai. There is supposed to be a vote in the FCC regarding rolling back all internet protections on December 14th.  Many organizations that protect the designation of the internet as a public utility are fighting back with a letter.

Take Action: https://www.battleforthenet.com/

Recent WAW Events