Federal Courthouse in Downtown Tampa (801 N. Florida Avenue)
Join the Tampa Anti-War Committee and St. Pete for Peace as we join forces to demand “US hands off Syria and North Korea (DPRK)”. We will symbolically protest in front of the Federal Courthouse in Downtown Tampa (801 N. Florida Avenue, Tampa) on Saturday May 27, 2017 at 2:00pm. Depending on participation, we will march through downtown and near Curtis Hixon Park. Feel free to bring a sign, or use one of ours. If you have questions regarding this event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Tampa Bay Anti-War Coalition recently held a march to oppose the US war against Syria and the US instigation of a nuclear conflagration with Russia. WATCH a member of St. Pete for Peace talk about why we must not allow the "Assad gassed his own people" narrative to continue.
Trump Has Killed 'Beautiful Little Babies' in Four Countries
And a growing number of people are doubting the 'Assad gassed his own people' narrative
Being antiwar under a Trump presidency
St. Pete for Peace at ANSWER Suncoast rally
Overwhelmingly positive response to our antiwar message at the Make America Great Again march
March 25, 2017, Clearwater, FL - The St. Pete for Peace antiwar cornering at the Make America Great Again (MAGA) march was overwhelmingly positive. Many of the MAGA participants came up to us and conversation was had that indicated most do share in our antiwar values. Shame on Fox 13 News, who was there during the most meaningful dialogue between several peace activists and MAGA marchers, but still chose to show the part
where the MAGA organizer interrupted our interview. We cannot rely on the local or national media to give us an accurate account of events because they choose to spin it in ways that continue to divide the people. We must rise above this and find commonality with those we consider to be enemies, because we all have to live in this world together. Thank you to the MAGA participants who took the time to talk and engage with us. Thank you to everyone who came out yesterday to support the antiwar cause; it was an anxiety provoking, emotionally intense and exhausting event, but well worth the time and energy.
A handful of socially-conscious hip hop artists from Australia. Not all songs are about an "issue" - some are just great songs performed by artists who are pro-peace and anti-war! (Seth Sentry, The Herd, Hilltop Hoods, Bliss N Eso, Urthboy)