No to NATO, Yes to Peace

A summit and a rally in Washington D.C. on July 6-7, 2024

Some find it hard to believe, but NATO is planning a big celebration of 75 years of itself, with meetings beginning July 9, 2024, in Washington, D.C., at which we can expect many presidents, prime ministers, foreign secretaries, and weapons dealers.

We are planning a summit on Saturday July 6 and a rally on Sunday July 7, as well as various other actions in the days before and after that weekend — including working with Veterans For Peace planning a peace walk from Maine to join us in Washington, D.C. with events all along the way.

We say yes to peace and no to NATO!

We favor the abolition of NATO.

These events do not support any governments or political candidates, and we ask that people not bring national flags or campaign signs.

Livestream July 6-7:

July 6 will livestream at, and July 7 will livestream at numerous social media channels of the organizations involved, including: Facebook WBW, Twitter WBW, Youtube WBW. Facebook RootsAction, Twitter RootsAction, Youtube RootsAction, Facebook International Peace Bureau, Twitter International Peace Bureau, Youtube International Peace Bureau, LinkedIn International Peace Bureau, Facebook CODE PINK, Twitter CODE PINK, Youtube CODE PINK, Twitter Alliance for Global Justice, Youtube Alliance for Global Justice, Instagram Alliance for Global Justice.

Both videos will be posted on this site afterward.

Reports from Friday, July 5:

Veterans For Peace Walk from Maine, Arrive in DC to Unwelcome NATO

Busboys and Poets Was Packed Friday Night to Welcome Those in Town to Unwelcome NATO to Washington DC


Black Alliance for Peace, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, CODEPINK, DSA International Committee, Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space, Global Women for Peace United Against NATO, International Peace Bureau, NC Peace Action, No to war – no to NATO, Nuclear Age Peace Foundation,, The Alliance for Democracy, United National Antiwar Coalition, Veterans For Peace, Vrede, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom US, World BEYOND War,


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