Coming Events:

Peace Vigil each Monday, 5 - 6 PM at the Four Corners,intersection of Kenwood and Delaware Aves. in Delmar. Bring your sign or use one of ours. Stay for a few minutes or an hour. Let's stand together for peace.  (518) 466-1192 for further information.  



May 8 - 10, Empire Meadows (Clarion) Hotel, Secaucus, New Jersey  (30 minutes from New York City), 
UNAC National Conference,   Featured speakers will include 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 ...

Additionally, we will hear a special presentation by some of the Cuban 5, recently released from prison, who will Skype into the conference.   To read the history of their case, please go here: or

Help build the antiwar movement.  Join us! Register today!

Stop the Wars at Home & Abroad!
    Bring All U.S. Troops Home Now!
    Self-Determination for All Oppressed Peoples!
    Stop Police Abuse at Home!
    End All U.S. Support for Israel!
    Stop Pentagon Climate Pollution!
    Good Jobs, Quality Education, Affordable Health Care!
    Civil & Democratic Rights for All!
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If you need a ride from the Capital District or want to find someone to share a hotel room, please send an email to


The Vietnam War:  "40 Years Later"
Friday, May 15, 7:00 - 8:45 pm
Bethlehem Public Library
451 Delaware Ave., Delmar NY 


 April marks the 40th Year Anniversary of the End of the Vietnam War. Historian Larry Wittner and Veteran for Peace Dan Wilcox will be the speakers at this event.   Larry Wittner will be in Vietnam in April, as a member of a delegation  from the Vietnam Peace Commemoration Committee, a group of leading peace activists who worked to stop the Vietnam War in the 1960's.  This forum will be an opportunity for Larry to discuss his trip to Vietnam and reflect on 
war and its aftermath
.   May 1-2, Dan Wilcox will be attending a Conference in Washington DC titled, "Vietnam:  The Power of Protest".  Dan will discuss the conference and also speak about his experiences as a soldier and an antiwar activist during the Vietnam War.

Here’s an excerpt from a petition that 1,000 + historians sent to the US government’s 50th anniversary commemoration program: Your official commemoration should be an opportunity to hear, recognize and perhaps reconcile or heal the lasting wounds of that era. If the US government cannot provide a bridge for crossing that Vietnam divide, how can we urge reconciliation in other parts of the world where sectarian tensions are on the rise? We believe, as did such a huge proportion of the US population decades ago, that the Vietnam War was a mistake. No commemoration of the war can ignore that view. How else can we as a nation hope to learn the lessons of Vietnam, to avoid repeating that mistake over and over again? See more at:

 Join us!  Sponsored by Upper Hudson Peace Action and Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace. Free and open to the public
. For additional information call (518) 466-1192.