October 2022 Week of Action for Peace in Korea!

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Join Women Cross DMZ, VFP's Korea Peace Campaign and other allied orgs in a last collective push for H.R. 3446 in this year's Congress! The Korea Peace Now! Grassroots Network is hosting an online call to action week before the important midterm elections.

From October 11th to 14th, 2022, we will be contacting members of Congress and urging them to support legislation for peace in Korea.

How it will work:
There will be two daily Zoom calls (afternoon and evening sessions) on each day of the week. At each session, we will hold an optional mini-training session on how to call and email your member of Congress. We will also provide a script for the phone call and a template for the email. Everyone will place themselves on mute while they contact their member of Congress to ask them to support legislation for Korea peace.

Register Here (Registration deadline Oct. 7).  

VFP Members Arrested Demanding Presidential & Congressional Action on Climate Crisis

Image of VFP Executive Director Garett Reppenhagen Getting Arrested

On Wednesday, August 3rd, seven VFP members (including VFP Executive Director Garett Reppenhagen) were arrested near the U.S. Capitol Building bringing awareness to the Pentagon's impacts on climate destruction. Almost two dozen veterans and allies had gathered at the foot of the Capitol, blocking an intersection and stopping traffic, demanding more robust action on addressing the climate crisis.

Read more here.

Check out more photos here!

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Members In Action

VFP Member Mike Wong (representing VFP and the China Working Group) joined the demonstration in San Francisco at the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to to urge her to not travel to Taiwan during her junket to Asia. 

View the CCMP Statement on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Visit to Taiwan

Check out other highlights about VFP Members!

Source: National Priorities Project