Saturday January 25, 4 PM at the Arkansas State Capitol
January 25th, people all over the world will be rising up in an
International Day of Action to call for a Stop to War On Iran, and
endless warfare everywhere! Join us in Little Rock as we speak out for
Peace and shout down War.
It’s a new decade, and there is a new Representative in the State House for District 36. Denise Ennett was the winner in the election held this past September to replace Charles Blake, who resigned to go to work for Mayor Frank Scott Jr.
Rep. Ennett is shown in a photo on her website holding a sign that says,
“If you don’t do politics, politics will do you.” Now that’s our kind
of woman! Her top issues are economic development, jobs, healthcare, and
veterans. She has also worked hard to restore an elected board for the
We are getting together with our friends at the Arkansas Coalition for Peace and Justice for a holiday party. Come join your fellow peace lovers and enjoy the season! Festive libations, nibbles, and fellowship promised.
Tuesday, November 19th at 6:30 p.m. 2510 Hidden Valley Drive in Little Rock
Pax Christi believes (like WAND) that the massive death, damage, years of suffering, and pure adulteration of humanity and creation caused by nuclear weapons should never happen again.
Sherry Simon, PhD, a Clinical psychologist in private practice and President, Pax Christi Little Rock , will lead the discussion on Back from the Brink, a national movement to abolish nuclear weapons. On August 6, 2019, the 74th anniversary of the United States imposing nuclear devastation on Hiroshima, Japan, Pax Christi USA launched its Back from the Brink: The Call to Prevent Nuclear War Campaign. The Little Rock chapter has adopted the campaign as its signature program of activities for the year.Hundreds of religious, environmental, and peace organizations and local and state governments nationwide have joined the campaign. Arkansas WAND should be among them!
Bring a dish to share Bread and drinks provided All are welcome!
Because of the debate on Tuesday, October 15th, the pot luck will be held on Wednesday, October 16th at 6:30 p.m.
Our speaker will be Toni Carr, Executive Director of Global Ties Arkansas, formerly the Arkansas Council for International Visitors. Toni is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and has been an early childhood teacher, a school administrator, and a university professor. When Walter Nunn retired, Toni was hired as Executive Director after serving as a volunteer host for the organization. With her many talents, Toni Carr is the Director, programmer, proposals, logistics and organizational person. She and her husband have two daughters and two grandchildren and have traveled to 30 countries and all the continents except one.
The purpose of Global Ties Arkansas is to unite emerging and existing leaders in networks of friendship and understanding, linking Arkansas and the world to help build a state that is thriving part of the global community.
Arkansas has certainly been enriched by the visitors from around the world we have welcomed into our homes for many years.
Please welcome Toni Carr! Bring a dish to share. Bread and drinks provided. All are welcome!
Political polling is getting more complicated than ever! Join us and learn more about the Process and Perils of Political Polling with Dr. Joseph D. Giammo, Associate Professor, School of Public Affairs, University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Why We Need to Abolish the Death Penalty in Arkansas!
Judith Elane, and Furunda Bransfield will lead the discussion
Judith Elane Judith is a life long opponent of the death penalty and a member of the Board of the Arkansas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty. Her opposition was first articulated by the adage, “Why do we kill people who kill people to show that killing people is wrong?” It has never made sense to her, even after the shooting death of her older brother.
In light of the re-activation of the federal death penalty, she will discuss some of the ways in which the death penalty is obsolete. She will be accompanied by Furonda Brasfield, Executive Director of the ACADP.
Are you tired of the never-ending wars the U.S. is waging? Do you want to be a more effective lobbyist for peace?
This month’s program will be a follow-up to the Anti-War workshop to be held on Saturday, June 8, sponsored by ACPJ and Little Rock Quaker Meeting, and led by a member of the Friends Committee on National Legislation. If you are tired of the endless wars the U.S. is waging and missed the workshop, here is your chance to join the conversation and learn about more effective lobbying for ending war. We will all have a chance to brainstorm Big Ideas for Changing America’s Foreign Policy!
John Coffin will start us off on what can be an exciting and productive evening! Don’t miss it!
Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 6:30 pm, 2510 Hidden Valley Drive, Little Rock Bring a dish to share Bread and drinks provided
“If we want to have the money to face climate change and our crumbling infrastructure, we must stop the endless war machine and we must do it now.” ~ Win Without War
People across the country are asking the same question: “What can I do to change what’s happening in the world?”
Your voice can make an important impact on federal policy. In-person meetings with your members of Congress are the most effective way to influence policy decisions.
Change in Washington starts with you.
Please join us for an advocacy workshop: ● Influence your members of Congress and their staff through face-to-face conversations ● Drive the media coverage you want to see ● Build a strategic team in your community that lobbies as part of a powerful national advocacy network
Join our 2019 Advocacy Team campaign to stop endless wars by urging Congress to reassert its constitutional authority. We are supporting legislation to repeal the AUMF and encourage public debate on all issues of war and peace.