Veterans For Peace National Website
Veterans For Peace - Metro Detroit Chapter 74
Made up of VFP members/supporters in Wayne, Oakland, Monroe and Macomb counties
Veterans For Peace - Northern Lower Peninsula Chapter 50
Based out of the Traverse City area
High School Student "Opt Out" Form - By filling out this form and delivering it to a high school administration, students will not be contacted by military recruiters.
"War And The Environment" - Flyer used by VFP Chapter 93 at Earth Day events.
About Face - Veterans Against The War (formerly Iraq Veterans Against The War)
Veterans taking action against militarism and endless wars. The organization is made up of post-9/11 service members and veterans organizing to end a foreign policy of permanent war and the use of military weapons, tactics, and values in communities across the country. As people intimately familiar with the inner workings of the world’s largest military, we use our knowledge and experiences to expose the truth about these conflicts overseas and the growing militarization in the United States.
Bring Our Troops Home
Bring Our Troops Home is dedicated to ending American involvement in endless wars in the Middle East and bringing our troops home. Further, we are committed to advocating for a change in U.S. foreign policy that does not automatically default to military intervention. And finally, we insist that the Constitution of the United States be respected and enforced, requiring a formal Declaration of War by Congress — as mandated by Article I of the Constitution — before U.S. military forces may be legitimately deployed. To achieve these goals, BringOurTroopsHome.US will focus overwhelming public support for these ideals on elected officials in Washington, D.C., using all proper levers at our disposal to accomplish our mission, including legislation, political action, and public education.
Organization dedicated to eliminating landmine production and use
Chelsea Area Committee For Peace
Chelsea area peace and justice organization. Web page currently inactive. To be placed on email list for news and events, email email@example.com
Often, the people crying for war the loudest are those who never spent a day in the military or have ever experienced war first-hand. This site gives a listing of policy makers and their (lack of) military service history.
Web page devoted to the true cost of war, and how these costs affect our nation and state.
GI Rights Hotline
A network of nonprofit, non-governmental organizations that provide information to active duty/reserve servicemembers about military discharges, grievance/complaint procedures, and other civil rights. They can also be contacted by telephone at 800/394-9544.
Contains information about VA housing assistance, employment programs, health care and mental health services.
Listing of those Americans killed in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, plus other casualty figures (i.e. wounded)
Interfaith Council For Peace and Justice
One of the oldest, and hardest working, peace groups in Washtenaw County.
Iraq And Afghanistan Veterans of America
Advocacy group for Iraq and Afghan vets. Their Quick Reaction Force offers 24/7 free and confidential assistance to any veteran who needs it, no matter the challenge.
Mayors For Peace
Campaign of Mayors around the world working for the elimination of nuclear weapons. Michigan organizing drive information - click here
Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency
The Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency is the central coordinating agency, providing support, care, advocacy and service to veterans and their families. MVAA was created by Executive Order 2013-2 and began operations on March 20, 2013, the 10th anniversary of Operation Iraqi Freedom. MVAA is a state government agency and is housed within Michigan Department of Military and Veterans Affairs. The MVAA also administers the Michigan Veterans Trust Fund with grants to help combat-era veterans and their families weather unforeseen, temporary financial emergencies.
Statewide coordinating group for peace and justice activities.
Michigan State University - Peace and Justice Studies
The Peace and Justice Studies program explores issues of human rights, social justice, peace, violence, and conflict, exploring their connections and distinctions through an interdisciplinary curriculum that stimulates students to develop the critical thinking skills necessary to face global challenges. This allows students to explore a range of thematic issues by developing a series of critical analytics that enable them to discern how power and injustice operate
Military Families Speak Out
An organization of people who are opposed to war in Iraq and who have relatives or loved ones in the military. We were formed in November of 2002 and have contacts with military families throughout the United States, and in other countries around the world.
National Coalition of Homeless Veterans
Group dedicated to helping, and ending, the plight of homeless veterans.
National Institute of Health - US National Library of Medicine
Web page with information about a variety of military-related health issues.
Parents For Peace
Non-governmental public health nonprofit empowering families, friends, and communities to prevent radicalization, violence, and extremism. Helpline at 1-844-49-PEACE (call if concerned that someone they care about is becoming involved in any kind of extremism)
Produces handmade footwear, 3D-Knit facemasks, and leather accessories in Detroit and the USA by employing US veterans and civilians.
Public Citizens Of Washtenaw (previously Gray Panthers of Washtenaw)
Intergenerational organization for social and economic justice. Works at local, state, and national levels on economic security, health care, civil rights/liberties, political integrity, and other issues. Contact for meeting info Michael-David BenDor, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Alan Haber email@example.com
U.S. Peace Memorial
Vietnam Veterans Against The War
This group has a proud heritage of action during the Vietnam war, and is still working hard for peace and an end to senseless wars.
Website of John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
Washtenaw County Department of Veteran Affairs
The Washtenaw County DVA can help veterans, their survivors and dependents, file claims for benefits from Federal, State, and Local governments that may result with the following: disability compensation, VA pensions, education benefits, financial assistance, food, housing, medical, transportation, utilities, funeral and burial reimbursements (federal & local), home loan guarantees, VA life insurance, and VA health care. If you are a veteran and in need of benefits, please call our office at 734-973-4540 and talk to one of our County Veteran Service Officers.
Wayne State University Center For Peace & Conflict Studies
Program at Detroit's WSU to train college students in peace studies and conflict resolution
Poetry (July 2022 Chapter Newsletter)