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On December 20, the Coalition for Peace Action's Ceasefire NJ Project co-led a 12 person delegation of gun violence prevention leaders from across the state with NJ State Senate Majority Leader Senator Loretta Weinberg (front, middle) to discuss gun violence prevention legislation.

Over 50 attended CFPA's annual Holiday Vigil, Potluck, and Program for Peace on Thursday, December 14 in Princeton.

Photos courtesy of John Lien.

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The Candlelight Vigil for Diplomacy, Not War with North Korea was from 5:00-6:00pm at Palmer Square

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A wonderful potluck meal was enjoyed by attendees in the warm Assembly Room of Nassau Presbyterian Church

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David Brahinsky and Friends provided outstanding peace music

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Former fighter pilot and current CFPA member, Richard Moody, presents on his experience volunteering at a refugee camp for Syrian refugees

On Sunday, November 12, the Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) held its 38th Annual Multifaith Service and Conference for Peace. The title of the afternoon Conference was The Challenges of Peace in the Trump Era and featured religious scholar Prof. Reza Aslan, Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman (D, NJ-12), U.N. Ambassador Elayne Whyte Gomez, Korea expert Prof. Suzy Kim, and Harvard Prof. Elaine Scarry. Over 500 people attended the morning Service and afternoon Conference. Please see photos below. Click here to read Prof. Reza Aslan's sermon from the Multifaith Service for Peace.

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Prof. Reza Aslan addresses the crowd at CFPA's Conference for Peace.

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Hundreds gather for a Multifaith Service for Peace at the Princeton University Chapel.

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Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman discusses legislation to prevent nuclear war and an attack on North Korea.

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CFPA Executive Director Rev. Bob Moore discusses the organization's ongoing peace activism.

On Sunday, November 5, the Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) held a rally for Diplomacy, Not War with North Korea and Iran in Hinds Plaza, Princeton. This rally coincided with nationally organzied events this week in support of diplomacy. Approximately 80 people attended, and speakers included:

  • David Brahinsky, a Princeton-based folk singer and philosophy professor
  • Kathy “Kip” Cherry, Co-Chair of CFPA’s Committee for Political Action
  • Prof. Rob Goldston, Princeton University physicist who worked closely with CFPA in advocating for the Iran Nuclear Agreement
  • Mike Helper, Princeton Citizen Scientists
  • Jeff Laurenti, former Executive Director, UN Association of the USA
  • Sharleen Leahey, a Somerset, NJ based folk singer
  • The Rev. Robert Moore, Executive Director of the Coalition for Peace Action
  • Romee St. John, Princeton Seminarians for a Just Peace
  • Prof. Shapoor Vali, Iranian American professor from Fordham

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Click here to see a Facebook album of the event.

Photos courtesy of John Lien

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