Huntington Woods
Peace, Citizenship &
Education Project








May 15 Meeting

Hot Off the Presses

Bring troops home from Iraq ASAP: Three members of HW Peace submitted an Op-Ed to the Detroit Free Press that ran on September 8. Here's a link to the article.

HW Peace Ad in Metro Times

Due to the generosity of group members and their commitment to peace, we were able to run the following ad in the July 6, 2011 edition of the MetroTimes as a response to President Obama's recently announced Afghanistan plan. Full size ad (PDF).

HW Peace Joins Thousand Marching for Jobs, Justice & Peace in Detroit

HW Peace members were pleased to join thousands of other passionate community members for the recent Jobs, Justice and Peace march on August 28th in Detroit. Commemorating Reverend Martin Luther King's 1963 "Walk to Freedom" and delivery of his "I Have a Dream" speech, the march united local union members, social justice advocates and peace proponents in common cause for strong communities based on good jobs, equal justice and non-violent conflict resolution.

See more photos from this event.

Citizen's Call to End the War in Afghanistan
We've all heard the arguments used to justify our continued occupation of Afghanistan. Now, read HWPCEP's response and see how those arguments fall apart under closer scrutiny. Citizen's Call PDF.

Juan Cole Talk on Afghanistan Conflict -- Informative and Well Attended
Over 270 attendees packed the Royal Oak First United Methodist Church on November 14 to learn more about Afghanistan, the country that has been the epicenter of the United States' fight against terrorism since the events of 9/11. Juan Cole, one of the foremost experts on America's troubled relations with the Islamic world, shed light on the varied ethnic population of Afghanistan and how our eight year occupation has so far succeeded in possibly recruiting more extremists than in securing our nation. More photos.

HWPCE Members Protest for Peace on Tax Day 2009. More photos.

HW Peace Group Meetings
6:45 p.m., 3rd Wednesday of the month at the Huntington Woods Library, lower level (26415 Scotia Rd., South of 11 Mile Road, West of Woodward). Join us and help set the direction for our coming activities.

Calendar of Local Peace & Justice Events

Note on photo above: our group and its giant peace doves flying above the parade route were one of the highlights of the 4th of July parade! (Photo above from 2004 parade. More photos.)

New: Photo Gallery page.

Peace Vigils: Join members of our group along with Detroit Area Peace with Justice Network (DAPJN) and the Grey Panthers at 9 Mile Road & Woodward every Monday from 4:45 - 5:45 PM.

Finding Alternatives to Military Enlistment (F.A.M.E.) enables young people to make informed decisions about their lives and military service, based on clear and accurate information. Click here.

Don't Want Your Child Contacted by Military Recruiters?
Did you know that No Child Left Behind requires high schools to turn over private information about students to military recruiters? You can protect your family's privacy. OPT-OUT! Print this Opt-Out form, fill it out, and send it to your child's high school to prevent recruiters from contacting them.

For more information about this group and/or its activities, email:
P.O. Box 7011, Huntington Woods, MI  48070

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Huntington Woods Peace, Citizenship & Education Project: Promoting social justice, racial understanding, and a secure world