VFP Chapter 92 (Seattle, WA) Wins "2022" Peacemakers of the Year Award!

December 22, 2022

From VFP Chapter 92 Secretary Jim Nau:

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In December 2022, Veterans For Peace, Seattle Chapter 92, was awarded the annual Peacemakers Award for 2022 by the anti-war and environmental organization Earth Care Not Warfare. In presenting this award, Beth Brunton, spokesperson for Earth Care Not Warfare, said "we would like to recognize your organization as "2022 Peacemakers of the Year".  You have earned this award for all your contributions, including starting the Seattle Anti-War Coalition with First Tuesday protests, consistent presence at community peace and justice marches, and especially this year for your "Waging Peace in Viet Nam" conference, exhibit, and film series. We are grateful to your commitment and service to ending war and creating peace with justice".

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Earth Care Not Warfare awards the "Peacemaker Award" annually to the organization who best demonstrates a commitment to stopping war and protesting destruction of the environment. Earth Care Not Warfare was started 10 years ago by Seattle activists concerned that not enough was being done to stop U.S. wars and climate change. Forging alliances with both environmental groups and anti-war organizations, Earth Care Not Warfare, of which VFP 92 is a part, raises the awareness and actions needed to deal with these two existential crises and how they intersect with one another.