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ActionLA / (Los Angeles)

Activist San Diego (San Diego)

Allan Hancock College Student Action Organization (Santa Maria)

Amador Citizens for Peace (Sutter Creek)

American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (San Francisco)

Coalition for World Peace  (Los Angeles)

Coastal Convergence Society (Huntington Beach)

Coffee House Teach-Ins (Venice)

Davis Coalition to End the Sanctions Against Iraq (Davis)

Disability Activists for Peace  (Soquel, CA)

East Bay Coalition to Support Self-Rule for Iraqs (Hayward)

Ecumenical Peace Institute / CALC (Berkeley)

Food Not Bombs - San Francisco (Vallejo)

Forum on War and Peace (San Diego)

Free Iraq Foundation (San Francisco)

The 100 Year March (San Mateo)

Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace (Pasadena)

Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice  (San Francisco)

Interfaith Peace Coalition (San Jose)

Lake Merritt Neighbors Organized for Peace  (Oakland)

Marin Peace and Justice Coalition (San Rafael, CA)

MHONA International (San Francisco, CA)

Middle East Children's Allaince (MECA) (Berkeley)

Modesto Peace/Life Center (Modesto)

North County Coalition for Peace/Against the War (Oceanside)

Office of the Americas (Los Angeles)

Orange County Fellowship of Reconciliation (Fullerton)

Peace Action of San Mateo County (San Mateo)

Peace and Democracy Task Force (San Diego)

Peace and Human Rights Coalition of the Inland Counties  (Riverside)

Peace Center of Nevada County  (Nevada City, CA)

Peace Church Challenge  (Springville, CA)

Peace Coalition of Monterey County (Monterey)

Peace Fresno (Fresno)

Peace Resource Project  (Arcata)

Peninsula Peace and Justice Center (PPJC) (Palo Alto)

P.L.A.N. (Atherton)

Redwood Peace and Justice Center (Arcata)

Regas Institute (Pasadena)

Resource Center for Nonviolence (Santa Cruz)

Ronald Reagan Home for the Criminally Insane (San Francisco)

Sacramento Coalition to End the Sanctions Against Iraq (Sacramento)

Sacramento Area Peace Action (Sacramento)

Salinas Action League (Salinas)

San Jose Peace Center (San Jose)

Santa Cruz Peace Coalition (Santa Cruz)

South Valley Peace Center (Visalia)

Stanford Community for Peace and Justice (Stanford)

Veterans for Peace Ch 022 (Gaberville)

Veterans for Peace Ch 056 (Humboldt Bay)

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) - Monterey (Monterey)

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) - Peninsula Branch (Palo Alto)




Global Exchange (San Francisco)

International Action Center (San Francisco)

LA Coalition in Solidarity with Cuba (Los Angeles)

A Network for Grateful Living (Corte Madera)

Revolution Books (Berkeley)

War Times Newspaper (San Francisco)




The American Muslims for Global Peace and Justice (Cupertino  & Santa Cruz) (disbanded)

Bay Area Coalition to End the Sanctions Against Iraq (San Francisco) (disbanded)

Become The Change (Santa Barbara) (disbanded)

Free Iraq Foundation (Culver City) (disbanded)

The Undisputed Truth (Arcata)




ActionLA /

1013 Mission St., #6
South Pasadena, CA 91030


Tel: (213) 413-1778

E-Mail:  ActionLA[at]

Contact:  Lee Siu Hin * siuhin[at]

Tel:  310-360-9724

Mission Statement:   ActionLA is a  Los Angeles-based activist collective which was established in October, 2000.  Collective members include individuals from LA Direct Action Network, LA Independent Media Center, LA CISPES, LA Food Not Bombs and many other community organizations.  Please join our ActionLA Listserv:
go to:

or send e-mail to:



Activist San Diego

PO Box 70161

San Diego, CA  92107


E-Mail:  info[at]

Contact: Carol Jencow

E-Mail: PRCSanDiego[at]

Tel: 619-263-9301

Contact: Martin Eder

tel/fax:  619-226-1116

Contact: Tanja Winter

E-Mail:  twinter[at]

Mission:  Activist San Diego is a social justice organization that promotes and facilitates the growth of an active, inter-related, progressive community through networking, culture and electronic technology.  -WE SAY NO TO WAR-



Allan Hancock College Student Action Organization

Allan Hancock College

Santa Maria, CA

Contact: Katie M. Anderson

E-Mail:  ahstudentact[at]

Mission:  To educate ourselves and others about the war and it's effect on this country.



Amador Citizens for Peace

Sutter Creek, CA 95685


Contact: Keith Hearn * keith[at]

Mission: Community anti-war organization in Amador County, east of Sacramento in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains.


American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee -

  San Francisco

1661 E Street

Hayward, CA 94541



   Harry Scott * hamescott[at] * 510-538-0209

Nadia Babella * bratanita[at]

366 Warren Drive, San Francisco, CA 94131

Maad Abu-Ghazalah *  * 415-816- 4015 (cell phone)

Senan Khairie * skhairie[at] * 650-355 0444

522 Valencia St., San Francisco, CA 94110

Dena Adeeb



Coalition for World Peace /

Office of the Americas

8124 West Third Street

Los Angeles, CA  90048-4309


E-Mail: OOA[at]

Tel:  323-852-9808

Fax: 323-852-0655

Mission: The Office of the Americas is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the cause of justice and peace in the hemisphere through broad based educational programs. Founded in 1983 in Los Angeles, OOA is a recognized source for documentation and analysis of current events in North America, Mexico, Central America, and South America, including the War on Drugs, human rights, and United States foreign policy. The Office is often called upon to present expert testimony in litigation before the Federal Immigration Court.


Coastal Convergence Society

Huntington Beach, California


Tel: 714-964-2162

E-Mail: ccshbca[at] 


Coffee House Teach-Ins

 a non-profit Project of the Venice United Methodist Church

  1020 Victoria Ave.
  Venice, CA 90291

  tel: 310-203-1542

  E-Mail:  teachins1[at]

  Contact: Andrew Kay Liberman, Director

  listserve:  teach_ins-subscribe[at]

The Davis Coalition to End the Sanctions on Iraq

Contact: Patricia Daugherty

Tel: 530-792-1040

Listserver: endthesanctions[at]



Disability Activists for Peace

4151 Soquel Dr. #8

Soquel, CA  95073

E-Mail:  e-access[at]

Contact: Brad Neily, Founding Member

Tel:  831-462-8656 (h), 831-459-2714 (w)

Contact: Ernestina Saldana, DAP Founding Member

Tel: 831-462-8656 (w/h)

Mission:  Disability Activists for Peace is dedicated to the prevention of war due to the simple observation that the result of War is the creation of disability on a mass social scale. The inhumane weapons of premeditated war do not discriminate between innocent people and soldiers and the result is the same for both: death or disability.


The East Bay Coalition to Support Self-Rule for Iraqis

1661 E Street

Hayward, CA  94541

Contact: Harry Scott * Hamescott[at]

Tel: 510-538-0209

Contact: Carolyn Scarr

Tel: 510-527-8370


Ecumenical Peace Institute/CALC

1340 Ada Street

Berkeley, CA  94702

Contact: Carolyn Scarr

Phone: 510-527-8370

E-Mail: epicalc[at]

Contact: Gloria Escalona

E-Mail: gloria[at]


Food Not Bombs - San Francisco

P.O. Box 40485

Vallejo, CA  94140


E-Mail: sffnb[at]

Tel: 415-675-9928

Contact: Salim McCarron

E-Mail: salim[at]

Mission: Food Not Bombs is a grassroots organization striving to work together cooperatively within our communities to build an egalitarian society. Serves: Every night 6pm, UN Plaza (8th & Market); Mon. lunch Haight & Stanyan in GG Park. Food Not Bombs sponsors free community meals in public venues on a daily basis and at special events, demonstrations, and festivals. See the entire world-wide Network at:



Forum on War and Peace
San Diego State University

  San Diego, CA


  Contact:  Carole Kennedy

    Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science

  E-Mail:  ckennedy[at]

  Tel:  619-594-0400

  Fax:  619-594-7302

  Mission: Faculty, Students and Community Members Concerned About War

  and Peace.


The 100 Year March

San Mateo, CA  94403


E-Mail: peace[at]

Contact: George PolisnerAguirre, Director

E-Mail: george.polisner[at]

Tel: 650-571-8525

Contact: Linda Aguirre, Director

E-Mail: linda.aguirre[at]

Mission: We want a better place, a country and world devoted to fulfilling a dream of equality, opportunity, brother- and sisterhood, respect, tolerance and compassion.

Beyond simply wanting these things we believe in leading our lives by example and do what we can to promote a better country and world for all of us to share. Thus, we are committed to good global citizenship. We understand that natural resources are finite, and we agree to try to go gently upon the earth, not in our Hummer's, but hopefully in our fuel-efficient cars, hybrids, or mass-transit, carpools, biking or walking. We turn off our TV's and read (except, perhaps when the Lakers are in the playoffs!). We analyze domestic and international news from diverse sources, not simply Fox News or a Clear Channel source. We vote, even when forced with the choice of the lesser of two evils. Some of us, understanding the resources required to raise animals for food, and the treatment of those animals have made the decision to become vegans or vegetarians. We instill in our children, and those around respect for other people and cultures.


Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace

c/o Regas Institute, 215 N. Marengo Ave, 3rd Floor

Pasadena, CA  91101


tel:  626-683-9485

E-mail: icujp[at]

Contact: Kerry Riley * 626-683-9004

Mission: ICUJP was founded in Los Angeles after 9.11 to support the work of Faith leaders from Buddhist, Christian, Islamic, Jewish and other spiritual faiths and traditions who say ""Religious Communities Must Stop Blessing War and Violence.  ICUJP's activities promote critical examination of the costs of violence and war at home and in the world from the Faith perspective. We insist on respect for human rights, international law and the use of peaceful means in the resolution of conflicts. Since September 2001, a committed group has combined with newcomers every Friday morning in a church basement in Los Angeles at 7:00 am. At these meetings one is likely to hear attorneys, activists or labor organizers.



Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice

San Francisco, CA

Contact: Karen Talbot

E-Mail:  icpj[at]

Tel: 415-759-9774

Mission: Devoted to promoting and acting for human rights--economic, social, civil, political, and the right to peace.


Interfaith Peace Coalition

1040 Luther Dr., Apt. 4

San Jose, CA


tel: 408-532-6866

Contact: Mary Bernier



Lake Merritt Neighbors Organized for Peace (LMNOP)

P.O.Box 10491

Oakland, CA  94610


E-Mail:  lmnop[at]

Contact: Beth Wagner, Organizer

E-Mail: beth[at]

Contact: Steve Wagner, Organizer

E-Mail: steve[at]

Tel: 510-763-8712

Mission:  LMNOP is committed to providing a public presence for peace in our neighborhood and at many other peace events in the area. To this end, we have been having weekly peace walks around Lake Merritt in Oakland, CA, every Sunday since Sept. 23, 2001.



Marin Peace and Justice Coalition

P.O. Box 9458

San Rafael, CA  94912


E-Mail: info[at] 

Tel: 415-721-2844

Mission: Moved by the event of 9/11 we came together to challenge our government's unethical and illegal military response. Peaceful and just solutions will prevail only if we examine our nation's policies at home and abroad and address the root causes of war and terrorism. Let us be guided by compassion as we challenge war and stop the terror of poverty, inequality and injustice. Let us bring together the widening circle who want to make real a world that works for all.


MHONA International

Box 22162
San Francisco, CA  94122

E-Mail: mhona[at]

Contact: Tatiana Kostanian, Founder/Executive Director
Tel: 415.665.1178
Fax: 415.759.0958
E-Mail: tatiana02266[at]

Mission:  Est : 1962 By Profoundly DisAbled Lives, to promote education, support Human Rights, and for the small comforts of Beauty and Peace, to keep alive and well Sharing our program with disAbled advocacies - and families, organisations, making sure they are not left out even for one day.We want to 'walk together' wherever a human heart is open and ready to receive us.

Middle East Children's Alliance (MECA)

905 Parker Street
Berkeley, California USA 94710

Tel: 510-548.0542

Fax: 510-548-0543

Contact: Barbara Lubin, Executive Director 

E-Mail: meca[at]

Mission:  Meca is a non-governmental organization, working for peace and justice in the Middle East; focusing on Palestine, Israel, Lebanon and Iraq. Since 1988, we have delivered more than $8 million worth of food, medicine, toys and books to the children in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, in Lebanon, and in Iraq (in the aftermath of the Gulf War).
Project:  Playgrounds for Peace: a joint project of the Middle East Children's Alliance and the Welfare Association. This project is driven by the belief that the ability to play, the right to play, is crucial to the healthy development of all children. And only healthy children, children who grow up knowing more than anger, hatred, violence and fear, are children who can make a peace that will truly be lasting. More than just playgrounds though, we are actually developing entire parks!


The Modesto Peace/Life Center

2437 Christiansen Court

Modesto, CA 95355


Contact: Michael Napp

E-Mail:  mnappster[at]

Tel: 209-526-9588



North County Coalition for Peace/Against the War

341 Spring Canyon Way

Oceanside, CA  92057

Contact: Shelly Halliday, Director

Tel/Fax: 760-434-3860

E-Mail: nccp[at]

Mission:  The Mission of North County Coalition for Peace/Against the War is to provide a focus for action in protesting the war policies of the Bush Administration.



Nuclear Age Peace Foundation

1187 Coast Village Road, Suite 1, PMB 121
Santa Barbara, California 93108-2794
Tel: 805-965-3443
Fax: 805-568-0466

E-Mail: wagingpeace[at]

Contact: Leah Wells

Mission:  The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation initiates and supports worldwide efforts to abolish nuclear weapons, to strengthen international law and institutions, to use technology responsibly and sustainably, and to empower youth to create a more peaceful world. The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation is a non-profit, non-partisan international education and advocacy organization. It has consultative status to the United Nations Economic and Social Council and is recognized by the UN as a Peace Messenger Organization.



Orange County Fellowship of Reconciliation

953 Paloma Place

Fullerton, CA  92835-3304


Tel: 714-992-4432

Fax: 714-992-4450

E-Mail: info[at]

Contact: Susan Mackintosh, Secretary

Tel: 714-470-2948

E-Mail:  macsuzi[at]

Mission:  The Fellowship of Reconciliation is an 89 year old international organization formed to unite people of faith for peace and justice throughout the world. Vision and Mission Statements can be viewed at Please visit our website.



Peace Action of San Mateo County

P.O. Box 425

San Mateo, CA  94401


E-Mail: smpa[at]

tel: 650-343-9382

Contact: Alpesh Patel

E-Mail:  alpluspesh[at]

Tel: 650-281-2429


Peace and Democracy Task Force

First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego

4190 Front St.

San Diego, CA 92103


E-mail:  PeaceDemTF[at]

Contact:  Tanja Winter

E-Mail:  twinter[at]

tel:  858-459-4650

fax:  858-459-7470

Mission:   We promote dialogues on matters of controversy effecting our world, foster compassion for those who suffer violence and injustice and encourage social activism for peace and democracy, both within our local community and beyond. Our mission is to provide current and credible information related to issues of Peace and Democracy through regular email, information tables, and through our monthly Matters of Controversy Series. We also sponsor other community pro-peace events such as concerts and documentary film presentations.



Peace and Human Rights Coalition of the Inland Counties

4061-63 Mission Inn Ave
Riverside, CA 92501-3204


E-Mail: ivfm-info[at]

Tel:  909-782-8680

Mission: Collectively and actively, we share a common voice for Peace and Unity, by educating ourselves and others in the spirit of truth.  We work toward ending violence by creating a sustainable global community based on compassion, respect, and tolerance.  The Coalition has sponsored many direct and indirect actions, such as: community outreach and solidarity workshops, humanitarian relief, teach-ins, vigils, rallies and marches.



Peace Center of Nevada County

228 Commercial St. #135

Nevada City, CA  95959-2507


E-Mail: info[at]

Tel: 530-470-9797

Mission:  The Peace Center of Nevada County honors the essential power of people in community. Together we commit to effect change in a global culture of violence, greed, and injustice. Through open inquiry, education, and nonviolent direct action, we nurture peace, equality and dignity in ourselves, our community and our Earth.



Peace Church Challenge

Springville, CA


Website (take the challenge:)

Contact: Dan H. Shubin

E-Mail: peacechurch[at]

Mission:  Now is the time to terminate war and military aggression and only the Christian church can do it as our obligation to the founder of our religion, Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah of Israel and the Son of the Living God.

For a Free copy of Conflict of Ages, a book on Christian objection to war and military service, visit our website and contact us by e-mail.  The book is comprised of a study of the Old and New Testament, the early church fathers and apologists, and a history of both Christian militarism and Christian pacifism.



Peace Coalition of Monterey County

Monterey, CA


Tel: Monterey Peninsula (831) 372-1143
Tel: Salinas (831) 754-5554
E-Mail: info[at]

Contact:  Winston Elstob, Co-Chair

E-Mail:  winelstob[at]

Mission: To bring Monterey County organizations together to promote non-violent solutions to world crises and to understand the causes and consequences of wars, and to promote long-range policies for a peaceful world.


Peace Fresno

P.O. Box 16133
Fresno, CA  93755


E-Mail: kenhudson[at]

Tel: 559-487-2515



Peace Resource Project

PO Box 1122
Arcata, CA  95518-1122


Tel: 707-822-4229

Fax: 800-829-6202

E-Mail: peace[at]

Contact:  Andrew

E-Mail:  andrew[at]

Mission:  Since 1982 we have been assisting grassroots groups throughout the world with their fundraising and awareness building efforts. We offer hundreds of different kinds of peace & justice related stickers and buttons and a large variety of flags, t-shirts, stamps and more. Check out our website for more information.

Peninsula Peace and Justice Center

457 Kingsley Avenue

Palo Alto, CA 94301


E-Mail: ppjc[at]

Tel: 650-326-8837

Fax: 650-321-4464
Contact: Paul George

E-Mail: paul[at]

Contact: Julia Bernd

E-Mail: julia[at]

Mission: Peninsula Peace and Justice Center is committed to: Changing U.S. foreign and domestic policies to ones that meet human needs and human rights; A demilitarized society and economy; True justice for all, at home and abroad, regardless of economic status or beliefs; An end to racism, sexism and all forms of discriminatio; Giving ordinary people the information and opportunity they need to be involved and effective in the efforts to change our country and our world.

Alert List: ppjc-subscribe[at]



Atherton, CA 

tel: 408-293-5314

Contact: Ernie Goitein

Tel: 650-369-6690

E-Mail:  fego[at]


Redwood Peace and Justice Center

1040 H Street

Arcata, CA  95521


Tel: (707) 826-2511

Fax: (707) 826-2565

E-Mail: rpjc-pc[at]

Contact: April


Mission: a non-profit organization providing a resource network and physical space to empower local organizations and individuals committed to education and action in human rights, social justice and non-violence.


Regas Institute

215 N. Marengo Ave. 3rd Floor

Pasadena, CA 91101

tel:  626-683-9485

Contact: George Regas, Director


Resource Center for Nonviolence

515 Broadway

Santa Cruz, CA  95060


Tel: 831-423-1626

Fax: 831-423-8716

E-Mail: information[at]

Hours: Office/Bookstore: M-F, Noon - 5:00; Sa,  Noon - 4:00

Contact: Nanlouise Wolfe, Office Coordinator

E-Mail: nanlouise[at]


Ronald Reagan Home for the Criminally Insane

San Francisco, CA


E-Mail: reaganhome[at]

Contact: Jeffrey Grubler

E-Mail: sideshowjeff[at]

Tel: 415-385-5956


Sacramento Coalition to End the Sanctions Against Iraq

5601 V Street

Sacramento, CA 95817

Contact: Maggie Coulter

E-Mail:  mgcoulter[at] 

Tel: 916-456-1420

Fax: 916-448-7159

Member Groups:

  -Sacramento-Yolo Peace Action

   -The Davis Coalition to End the Sanctions on Iraq


Sacramento Area Peace Action

909 12th Street #118

Sacramento, CA 95814


E-mail: sypeaceact[at]

Tel: 916-448-7157

Fax: 916-448-7159

Contact: Maggie Coulter


Member: Sacramento Coalition to End the Sanctions Against Iraq


Salinas Action League

P.O. Box 5789

Salinas, CA  93915

Contact: MacGregor Eddy * 831-754-5554


San Jose Peace Center

48 Seventh Street.

San Jose, CA  95112


E-Mail: sjpc[at]

tel/fax: 408-297-2299

Contact: Rob Molinar, Director

Contact: Bill and Alice Cox

E-Mail:  foxycox9472[at]

tel: 408-782-5886



Santa Cruz Peace Coalition

1800 Redwood Rd.

Corralitos, CA  95076


E-Mail: scpc[at]

Tel: 866-841-9139 x1917

Contact: Suan Zeman

E-Mail: susanzeman[at]

Tel: 831-423-1626 ext. 308

Contact: Tim Zorach

E-Mail: mishtimz[at]

Tel: 831-768-9608 (h)



South Valley Peace Center

c/o Visalia Friends Meeting, 17208 Ave. 296

Visalia, CA  93292


Contact: David Chandler

E-Mail: david[at]

Contact: Klara East

E-Mail: keast[at]


Stanford Community for Peace and Justice

c/o Office of Student Activities, 2nd Floor, Tresidder Union

459 Lagunita Drive, Suite 9

Stanford, California 94305


Contact: Derek Kilner

E-Mail: dkilner[at]
Joanna Fiduccia

E-Mail: fiduccia[at]
Andres Tellez

E-Mail: tellez[at]

Mission: SCPJ is committed to working towards three core principles:
RESPECT and JUSTICE for people of ALL races, ethnicities, nationalities and religions.
RESPECT for all American civil liberties and constitutional rights.
JUSTICE and PEACE instead of violent retaliation, and and an end to innocent civilian deaths at home and abroad.


Veterans for Peace Ch. 022 Gaberville

PO Box 69

Garberville, CA 95542-0069


Tel/Fax: 707-943-1874

Tel: 707-599-5378

Contact: Fredy Champagne, Co-Chair

E-Mail: fchampagne[at] 

Projects: Iraq Water Project




Veterans for Peace Ch. 056 Humboldt Bay

165 12th St

Arcata, CA  95521


Contact: Edith Eckhart

E-Mail: eeckhart[at]

Tel/Fax: 707-822-1606


Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) - Monterey

  2895 Rivera Rd

  Carmel, CA  93923

  Contact: Katharina Harlow, Chair

  E-Mail: katharlow[at]

  Tel: 831-625-0235


Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) - Peninsula Branch

  PO Box 60851
  Palo Alto, CA 94306-0851


  E-Mail: rainbow[at]






Global Exchange

2017 Mission Street #303

San Francisco, CA  94110


tel: 415-255-7296

fax: 415-255-7498

Contact: Ted Lewis * ted[at]

Mission: A human rights organization dedicated to promoting environmental, political, and social justice around the world.  Since our founding in 1988, we have been striving to increase global awareness among the US public while building international partnerships around the world.


International Action Center - San Francisco

167 Anderson Street

San Francisco,  CA  94110


Contact: Bill Hackwell * hckwll[at]

157 Chenery,  San Francisco,  CA. 94131

Tel: 415-821-6545 *

Fax: 415-821-5782

Contact: Saul Kanowitz * skanowitz[at]

Tel: 415-821-2407

Fax: 415-821-2060
Contact: Dick Becker * iac[at] 

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LA Coalition in Solidarity with Cuba

  833 S. Beacon Ave
  Los Angeles, CA  90017

  Contact: Barry Schier

  E-Mail: barry_schier[at]

  Tel:  213-384-7588


LIFE for Relief and Development - Los Angeles

12912 Brookhurst, Suite 420

Garden Grove, CA  92840


tel: 714-530-7336

fax: 714-530-5584

Contact:  Murad Amayreh * murad[at]

tel: 909-298-3741

Mission: a nonprofit organization dedicated to alleviating human suffering regardless of race, color, religion or cultural background. This global organization strives to offer humanitarian services including health, education, social and economic services to victims of hunger, natural disasters, wars and other catastrophes.


A Network for Grateful Living

5710 Paradise Drive, Suite 5

Corte Madera, CA 


E-Mail: contact[at]

Contact: Patricia Carlson, Content Coordinator

Tel:  (607) 272-1253

E-Mail: patricia[at]

Mission:  Our mission is to create a global network of individuals and communities who explore the transformative power of gratefulness in their personal lives and in areas of universal concern like interfaith work, social justice, economics, politics, and ecology. Our interactive website -- -- serves as a focus for this global community.
Projects: Our Light a Candle for Peace feature --  -- allows people to express their desire for peace in our hearts, our surroundings, and the world. The candles and their accompanying messages give visibility to the emerging peace superpower.

Revolution Books

2425 Channing Way
Berkeley, CA 94704
Fax: 510-848-7467
Hours: Mon-Sat: 10:00 am- 7:00 pm; Sun: Noon- 6:00 pm

Contact: Carol Avigder


War Times Newsapaper

1230 Market Street, PMB 409

San Francisco, CA  94102


E-Mail: info[at]

Mission: War Times is being produced to help broaden and deepen the fight against the Bush program by compiling information and analysis, and putting them into the hands of large numbers of readers.