Statement of the Cuban Movement for Peace and Sovereignty of the Peoples

In recent days, a growing image is being set up in the social media, endorsed by the great western media, with the clear objective of giving a chaotic image about the Cuban... Read more »

HANDS OFF CUBA! The U.S. Peace Council Stands in Solidarity with the Cuban Revolution!

The recent protests in Cuba over deteriorating conditions have a material basis that cannot be dismissed. No matter how heroic a people may be, socialism must provide for their material needs. The... Read more »

Statement of the World Peace Council on the Recent Protest Events in Cuba

The World Peace Council (WPC) expresses its serious concern about the recent well-orchestrated and paid imperialist plan to create chaos and disorder in Cuba, using as a pretext the severe shortages of... Read more »

ZOOM WEBINAR: Peace and Occupation Cannot Coexist in Palestine!

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Zoom Webinar on the Occasion of International Day of Action in Solidarity with Venezuela

Zoom Webinar on the Occasion of International Day of Action in Solidarity with Venezuela April 18, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Bilingual (English and Sanish) In 2015,... Read more »

U.S. Peace Council Strongly Condemns the Biden Administration’s Illegal Bombing of Syria!

February 26, 2021 Only thirty-six days after taking office, President Biden took his first illegal foreign-policy action by ordering an air strike on the sovereign nation of Syria, killing more than a... Read more »

U.S. Peace Council Statement on the January 6, 2021 Events in Washington DC

U.S. Peace Council Statement on the January 6, 2020 Events in Washington DC People’s Movement is Faced with a Serious Threat! January 10, 2021 The deep political and social contradictions of the... Read more »

U.S. Peace Council Statement on the 2020 U.S. Elections

Our Struggle for Peace and Social Justice Must Be Intensified! December 12, 2020 November 3rd has passed and slightly more than a third of the eligible electorate chose the Democrat, slightly less... Read more »