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Featured Peacemaker News / Events:

December 10, 2018


Some Good Recent
Books on Syria


How Democracy Dies.
Why did things get so cruel and chaotic?
Hosmer Library, 347 E 36th Street, Minneapolis
August 21, 2018, 6:30 pm


Potential Emergency Protest
If Robert Mueller is Fired:
Women's March Minnesota
(Endorsed by MAP)
And Other Organizations


The Top Two Priorities for All Human Beings:

Ban Nuclear Weapons
Stop Global Warming


WAMM Campaign to Ban Nuclear Weapons
A Call to Action


MN350 Building a Climate
Movement In Minnesota

MN350 Internet Website


See MAP'S FACEBOOK PAGE for details on peacemaker events.


Many member organizations have Calendars and Newsletters on their websites.  To view these, click on individual member website addresses in our Organization Directory.

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Notices to Delegates and other interested people:

Delegate Council Meetings:
Minnesota Alliance of Peacemakers Delegate Council usually meets every other month (February - December) on the second Tuesday, 11am-1pm in the Jackman Room, Plymouth Congregational Church, 1900 Nicollet Ave S, Minneapolis 55403 (Corner of Franklin and Lasalle). The Annual Meeting is December 11, 11:00 am, and is open to all members of MAP member organizations and guests. A luncheon will be served at 11:15 am, $15 per person. You need to make reservations ASAP. (Email Adele hanse002@umn.edu) You can pay by check in advance to MAP, PO Box 16396, St. Louis Park, MN 55416 or pay by cash or check at the door. At this meeting, all members of MAP member organizations are eligible to vote.

This year, 2018, the Delegates, Alternates and members of MAP member organizations are invited to meet for special strategic planning meetings on the alternate months (January-November). No plans made at this time for 2019.

MAP Communications:
The AOT, MAP's online communications system that used to post Actions with accompanying Calendar events and Messages no longer is functioning. MAP's leadership is looking for a replacement for this system. In the meantime, we are asking members to check the http://mapm.org website homepage periodically for any news involving the entire membership, such as meeting announcements.

Additionally, please check MAP's Facebook Page which often includes some member organizations' Events or Actions.
Thank you for your patience and important work you do.

Holdover News Items

In 1970 Minnesota experienced the largest draft raid in American history, where over 54 draft boards - centralized in St.Paul and Minneapolis post offices - were raided and ten-thousand-plus “1A” files destroyed….. more

Season for Nonviolence
2007 was MAP's first observance of the 64-day Season for Nonviolence, January 30 through April 4. Remembering, respectively, the deaths of Mahatma Gandhi (Jan. 30, 1948) and Martin Luther King Jr (Apr. 4, 1968). We continue to observe each year ..details here

The US Peace Memorial Foundation has joined the nationwide
Peace is Patriotic Initiative. Celebrate Independence - Add your peace biography to the US Peace Registry

The US Peace Registry recognizes role models for a broad range of peace and antiwar activities.  Individuals who have written an antiwar letter to their representatives in Congress or to a newspaper are included, along with Americans who have devoted their lives to peace and opposing war.

MAP endorses the Apollo Alliance Project
See  www.apolloalliance.org for more information about the project. View copies of the letters MAP has sent to all state and national leaders about this project here.

Department of Peace: MAP has been on record since June, 2002, in support of establishing "a cabinet level Department of Peace to develop a change in the definition of and approach to national security.” More on the proposed department, and what you can do to support its establishment at www.dopcampaign.org.

MAP Issues Resolution Denouncing Torture in Iraq

The ForeSight20/20 video is still available for sale. DVDs and VHS versions of this thought-provoking video are available to the public at a very low price in order to encourage wide circulation and education. More info on actionelection.org website.













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Minnesota Alliance of Peacemakers is a Peace and Justice Organization based in Minneapolis, MN