Jan. 25 Global Day of Protest: No War on Iran! List of Actions and Endorsers

Jan. 25 Global Day of Protest:

No War on Iran!

Growing list of 55+ actions and 190+ endorsing organizations below.

Click here to endorse the Global Day of Protest or to list an action you are organizing

U.S. aggression against Iran threatens to begin yet another disastrous, bloody war. The U.S. has declined for now to carry out further military strikes against Iran, but the imposition of even harsher U.S. imposed sanctions is an economic war that will claim the lives of thousands of Iranians. The people of the world must fight back and demand: No war on Iran! U.S. out of Iraq!

On Saturday, January 25, actions across the world will oppose a new war in West Asia. Now is the time for all those opposed to war to speak up. Please join us.

Initiators/Endorsers of this call include:

International Action Center, ANSWER Coalition, CODEPINK, Popular Resistance, Black Alliance for Peace, National Iranian-American Council (NIAC), Veterans For Peace, US Labor Against the War (USLAW), Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), United National Anti-War Coalition (UNAC), Pastors for Peace/Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO), International Workers Solidarity Network, United For Peace and Justice, FIRE (Fight for Im/migrants and Refugees Everywhere), Alliance For Global Justice (AFGJ), December 12th Movement, World Beyond War, Peoples Opposition to War Imperialism and Racism (POWIR), Dorothy Day Catholic Worker, Dominican Sisters/ICAN, Nonviolence International, No War on Venezuela, Food Not Bombs, Jewish Voice for Peace, DSA Anti-Imperialism Network, NuclearBan.US, Roots Action, MADRE, US Peace Council and many more

Full List of endorsing organizations below

Find an Action in Your City:

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Ann Arbor, MI
Noon at Ann Arbor Federal Building

Atlanta, GA
Noon at Piedmont Park (10th St and Argonne)

Austin, TX
4:30-6:30pm at Texas Capital (1100 Congress Ave)

Avon, CT
12 PM 300 Capitol Avenue

Beckley, WV
1 PM Public sidewalk next to Word Park

Belfast, ME
Noon at Resistance Square Corner High & Miller Streets

Bellingham, WA
2pm at Magnolia and Cornwall,  Federal Building

Bend, OR
11:30 AM, Bend Peacecorner, Greenwood Avenue and Wall Street

Binghamton, NY
12 PM, Broome County Court House Lawn

Boston, MA
1-3pm at the Massachusetts State House

Buffalo, NY
Noon at Special events Station (Main and Perry)

Coram NY
12:30pm Resistance Corner, 5145 Nesconset Hwy, Port Jefferson Station, NY

Colwyn Bay, North Wales UK
2pm at Mostyn Street, Llandudno

Columbia, SC
1pm at South Carolina State House

Dallas, TX
2-4pm at the Grassy Knoll 411 Elm St

Dhaka, Bangladesh
11am in front of the National Press Club

Fayetteville, AR
1pm Intersection of Dickson & West Street

Fort Lauderdale, FL
4pm at 299 E Broward Blvd # 310

Fresno, CA
3-5pm at N Van Ness Ave & E Olive Ave

Guilford CT
11am at corner of Whitfield and Boston Streets

Hartford, CT
12 PM, 300 Capitol Avenue

Houston, TX
3-5pm at the corner of Montrose and Westheimer

Huntsville, AL
10am at SE corner of Whitesburg Ave and Airport Road

Jakarta, Indonesia
10:30am at Central Jakarta at University of Christian Indonesia

Jersey City, NJ
Noon at Jackie Robinson Statue at Journal Square PATH Station

Kampala, Uganda
12 PM, Nsambya

Kent, OH
4pm at Corner of Main & Franklin, Downtown Kent

Laguna Hills, CA
4pm at 24001 Avenida de Carlotta

Lewisburg, PA
Noon-1pm at 3rd & Market Streets

Louisville, KY
Noon at the corner of Bardstown Rd and Douglass Loop

Los Angeles, CA
1-3pm at Los Angeles City Hall

Ljubljana, Slovenia
3 PM, Congress Square

New Haven, CT
Noon-4pm at Church and Chapel

New Orleans, LA
2pm at Duncan Plaza

New York City, NY
Noon at Columbus Circle

Ottawa, ON
2pm at the US Embassy (490 Sussex Drive)

Patchogue, NY
6 PM, Representative Lee Zeldin’s office 31 Oak Street #20

Peñasco, NM
12 PM, The “T” – the intersection of State Road 76 and State Road 75

Pittsburgh, PA
Noon-1pm at Intersection of E. Liberty Blvd and N. Highland Ave

Portland, ME
Noon at Monument Square Portland

Poulsbo, WA
11 AM, Corner of HWY 305 and Bond RD

Princeton, NJ
12, PM Hinds Plaza

Provincetown, MA
12 PM In front of Provincetown Town Hall

Regina, Saskatchewan
2pm at Regina City Hall (2476 Victoria Ave)

San Francisco, CA
Noon-3pm at Market and Powell

San Diego, CA
2:30 PM at 6th Ave overpass of I5, downtown

Santa Cruz, CA
4 PM, Santa Cruz Town Clock Water and Front Streets

Santa Rosa, CA
Noon-2pm at Old Courthouse Square

Salt Lake City, UT
Noon at the Wallace Bennett Federal Building (125 South St)

Seattle, WA
2pm at Westlake Park

Takoma, WA
1 PM 11401 Steel St S. Lakewood

Taos, NM
12 PM, World CupICAN

Terre Haute, IN
1 PM Vigo County Courthouse, 33 S 3rd St

Traverse City, MI
1 PM Traverse City Open Space, Grandview Parkway & Union St

Toronto, Ontario
12 PM, US Consulate 360 University Avenue

Vancouver, BC
2pm at Vancouver Art Gallery – Georgia Street at Howe Street

Washington, DC
Noon-2pm at the White House

Full list of endorsing organizations:

International Action Center, ANSWER Coalition, CODEPINK, National Iranian-American Council, Dorothy Day Catholic Worker, Dominican Sisters/ICAN, Veterans for Peace, Pastors for Peace/Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization, Black Alliance for Peace, Nonviolence International, US Labor Against the War, Peace Action, United For Peace and Justice, Popular Resistance, United National Antiwar Coalition-UNAC, NuclearBan.US, Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests, World Beyond War, St. Paul Eastside Neighbors for Peace, Alliance for Global Justice, Campaign Against Sanctions and Economic War (Sanctions Kill), Women’s Institute for Freedom of the Press, Workers World Party, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom,  FIRE (Fight for Im/migrants and Refugees Everywhere) International Workers Solidarity Network, ProximityCuba, No War on Venezuela, SHARE Foundation, December 12th Movement, International Committee for Peace Justice and Dignity, Call to Action on Puerto Rico, Freedom Road Socialist Organization, People’s Opposition to War, Imperialism, and Racism (POWIR), Center for International Policy, Food Not Bombs, Samidoun: Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network, Friends of Franz & Ben, Broome County NY Veterans for Peace, Voices for Creative Nonviolence, Baltimore Nonviolence Center, Global Health Partners, Coalition Against U.S. Foreign Military Bases, U.S. Peace Council, Socialist Action, Anti-Militarist Collective, Youth Peace Coalition, Northland Chapter of Grandmothers for Peace, Socialist Unity Party/ Partido de Socialismo Unido, Peoples Power Assembly, Struggle La Lucha, D19: Partido Libre USA- Canada, Show Up! America, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, United States Section, Mobilization Against War & Occupation – MAWO, Community Organizing Center (Middle East Peace Campaign), Peace Action of Staten Island, Solidarity with Kashmir club at Towson University, Rehumanize International, Peace Action New York State, Women Against Military Madness, Defending Rights & Dissent (for identification purposes only), Green New Deal Actions, Casa Maria Catholic Worker and Peace Action Wisconsin, Historians for Peace and Democracy, OMNI Center for Peace Justice & Ecology, Arkansas Nonviolence Alliance, Peace and Justice Committee of Uptown Progressive Action, Peace Action Maine, God’s Creatures Ministry, Antiwar.com, Long Island Alliance for Peaceful Alternatives, Washington Butterfly for Hope, Center for Critical Environmental & Global Literacy (CCEGL), United for Peace and Justice, National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd, U.S. Provinces, Red Banner Anti-Imperialist Collective, North Alabama Peace Network, Genesee Valley Citizens for Peace, Our Revolution-Corvallis Allies, Women Standing, Rondo2020.org, San Diego County Central Committee of the Peace and Freedom Party of California, Peace Pentagon & Oracle Institute, Pax Christi USA, Ithaca Democratic Socialists of America, Proposition One Campaign for a Nuclear Free Future, Labor for Palestine, Jews for Palestinian Right of Return, Peace Action of San Mateo County, Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility, Peace and Justice Center of Nevada County, DonesxDones. Caladona, Labor United for Class Struggle (LUCS) / LABOR TODAY, Mechanist, Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign, Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice, TLtC Justice & Peace Committee, Green Country Democratic Socialists, Parents Organized for Public Education, Green Party of Allegheny County, Peace and Justice Group of Waldo County–Belfast Maine, Sustainable Ecofriendly, Greater New Haven Peace Council, Interpreters of Cultural Heritages for EU governments, Local Group 139 of Amnesty International, Freedom Socialist Party, Pax Christi Metro New York, SouthCoast Green-Rainbow Party Chapter, Beyond Nuclear, Massachusetts Peace Action, P.A.R.C. (Politics Art Roots Culture), Women for Justice, Beyond Nuclear, Living Earth, Irish Antiwar Movement, Maryland United for Peace and Justice, Independent Jewish Voices Canada, WILPF Italy (Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom), Green Party of Delaware County Pennsylvania, 360 MEDIA CONSULTING, Fellowship of Reconciliation USA, Science for Peace, Women Against War, School of Americas Watch, June 15 NY Committee for Reunification of Korea, Racine Coalition for Peace and Justice, South Florida Labor Community Alliance, All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC), End Solitary Santa Cruz, New Abolitionist Movement, MLK Coalition of Greater Los Angeles, CEIMSA.org, Houston Peace and Justice Center, enduswars.org, Presbyterian Peace Fellowship, Peoples Video Network, US Citizens Against War (Florence), Galway Alliance Against War, Socialist Viewpoint Magazine, Center for Global Justice, Topanga Peace Alliance, Progressive Democrats of America, Lutherans for Justice in the Holy Land, Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition, Rensselaer Community Action, The Peoples Initiative Foundation, San Diego Central Committee of the Peace and Freedom, Australia Solidarity with Latin America, Peace Pentagon & Oracle Institute, Canada Palestine Support Network (CanPalNet), Hands Of Syria (Australia), Peace Justice Sustainability NOW, St. Pete for Peace, ILPS Ottowa, Maine War Tax Resistance Resource Center, LA Jews for Peace, Xochipilli Latino Men’s Circle, Workers’ Voice / La Voz de los Trabajadores LIT-CI, New Orleans Workers Group, Who is Boeing Bombing- Seattle, Chicago Anti-War Coalition (CAWC), Ann Arbor Coalition Against the War, Conwy County Peace Group, New Jersey Peace Action, Left Ecological Forum, Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space, World Can’t Wait, Peace Action Maine, Frente Antiimperialista Internacionalista, KSUnited, Spirit of Eureka, Faculty of Peace Organisation, Merdeka West Papua Support Network, Women Working Group (WWG), Guilford Peace Alliance, Union for Street Solidarity, Indian Origin Urdu Speaking Minority Council Bangladesh, Reality of Aid – Asia Pacific, Military Families Speak Out, Maiz – San Jose, International League of People’s Struggle – Commission on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Mobilization Against War & Occupation (MAWO), Ourchild, Portage Peace, Green Party of Sonoma County, Coalition Against Nukes, North Country Peace Group, Regina Peace Council, Buffalo Anti War Coalition, Laguna Woods Resist, International Indigenous Peoples Movement for Self-Determination and Liberation (International IPMSDL), US Peace Council