The ANSWER Coalition helped celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of Korea University in Tokyo, Japan. The trip was part of a campaign to intensify global solidarity with the struggle of Koreans in Japan.
At a conference held in its founding year, the U.S. Vice Admiral Robert T. Moeller openly declared that the guiding principle of AFRICOM was to protect “the free flow of natural resources from Africa to the global market.”
In Chicago the anniversary of the invasion of Afghanistan was marked by a protest called by ANSWER Chicago and co-sponsored by the Gay Liberation Network, CodePINK Chicago, and Black Lives Matter Women of Faith.
We encourage you to join Candlelight Vigils taking place in cities across the United States to say NO to U.S. missile defense in Korea being held in solidarity with events taking place in South Korea, where the people have been protesting the deployment of THAAD since it was announced.