EPW is the local sponsor
for "Democracy Now!"
Cable Channel 29,
5:00 pm, Mon. - Fri.
The war and peace report,
w/ Amy Goodman.
Learn More - Video Testimony
How To Reach Us
Who We Are
EPW is a local affiliate of:
War Resister's League
Local Progressive Groups
where you can plug in.
An important piece to ending the war must include opposition to the constant spending
for the war.
Alternative Media Program
AMP's goal is to involve members of the community in the
production of a wide range of “media” projects.
Eugene Media Action
EMA works to educate and empower citizens to view themselves as
media critics and activists.
From March 13-16th, U.S. veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan testified, at the National Labor College just outside of Washington, D.C., to what is really happening day in and day out, on the ground in these occupations.
The four-day event brought together veterans from across the country to testify about their experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan - and present video and photographic evidence. In addition, there were panels of scholars, veterans, journalists, and other specialists to give context to the testimony. These panels included everything from the history of the GI resistance movement to the fight for veterans' health benefits and support.
Details and additional video at ivaw.org & www.democracynow.org.
Eugene Vets for Peace stories and images of the Winter Soldier event.
Warning - Testimony and pictures from video below are graphic.
Not for young children
Thank you for your interest in
the efforts of
and members like you, our organization has
active presence in the community since its founding in 1981. For
years, we have been promoting local and
cooperation in the Peace and Justice Movement. We support a
commitment to world peace, social and environmental justice
issues through nonviolent grassroots action, education and
empowerment to show
that peace works. We provide office space and community
resources to community members, promote nonviolent strategies for
action, and campaign against militarism and its use to preserve and
other institutions of social and environmental oppression. Whether
to make Eugene a nuclear free zone or fighting to end corporate greed,
has and will continue to work for justice locally and abroad.
Eugene PeaceWorks is an independent 501(c)3 non-profit. This allows us to maintain local control over what we do. So that we may continue our tradition of promoting and taking action for peace, justice and a clean earth, we need your generous support more than ever. Your continued donations and volunteer time are the foundation of the grassroots movement. Thank you again for your support over the years.