Jobs Not Wars

Sign the Jobs-Not-Wars petition to tell our elected Representatives in Washington our country needs a new set of priorities that place the needs of the people ahead of the profits of the privileged.

About Us

Jobs-Not-Wars is a time-limited petition campaign to urge the president and congress to abandon austerity solutions to the deficit and instead to end the war, cut military spending, tax the super-rich, and redirect resources to restore and protect the social safety net, create jobs, deal with climate change and meet other urgent social needs.
Welcome To Jobs Not Wars Campaign

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Petition

Sign the Jobs-Not-Wars petition to tell our elected Representatives in Washington our country needs a new set of priorities that place the needs of the people ahead of the profits of the privileged.

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Endorsing Organizations

These organizations have endorsed and are actively building the campaign. If your organization is not listed and it wants to endorse and participate, register that endorsement HERE.

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Donate

Donations to United for Peace and Justice are tax exempt to the extent permitted by law. The Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) is UFPJ’s 501(c)3 fiscal sponsor.
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The reality is that Walker’s agenda is an unqualified success. Everything Walker has done over the last two years was designed to keep wages low and ensure employers a weak and desperate labor force.

Personal Injury

The Jobs Not Wars campaign proposes actions throughout the country from Friday, June 21st to Wednesday, July 3rd. We are asking endorsing organizations to organize local actions or events.

Action Alerts

On April 15,Tax Day and the Global Day of Action on Military Spending, events from street corner vigils, educational forums, informational leafleting and meetings with legislators will occur in 43 countries.

Campaign Resources

The walk is part of dozens of actions around the country taking place in the last two weeks of June coordinated by the Jobs-Not-Wars Campaign, a coalition of more than 175 organizations seeking to move money from Pentagon spending to programs that meet social needs, serve communities generate jobs.
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