From the comfortable alt-rock of PJ Harvey to the hypnotic antagonism of Anohni, new protest music offers a relief from the official rhythms of war and peace.
The Democracy Spring protests in D.C. are building the power needed to break our politics free of its corporate choke-hold.
“The crosshairs trained on our children are now turned on us when we stand up to call out injustice in our criminal justice system.”
Violence is structured into the everyday institutional practices of all oppressive societies, not simply an aspect of the resistance of the oppressed.
IPS' New Internationlism project joins the call of Jewish Voice for Peace, Metro DC Chapter to proclaim to the Prime Minister of Israel, "You Don't Speak For Me!"
In honor of IPS colleague Saul Landau's support for the Ciuban 5, we join the Int'l Committee for The Freedom of The Cuban 5 in front of the White House for the 15th Anniversary of their unjust imprisonment.
The Institute for Policy Studies will join a coalition of groups which are coming together for a march and rally to thank to the Latin American countries that have offered asylum to Edward Snowden, protest NSA's surveillance of Americans and foreigners, and protest the Justice Department's campaign to prevent Snowden from being granted asylum.
Our movement changed history. While we did not prevent the Iraq war, the protests proved its clear illegality, demonstrated the isolation of the Bush administration policies, helped prevent war in Iran, and inspired a generation of activists.
The Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) and the Committee in Solidarity with the people of El Salvador (CISPES) invite you to a presentation about the implications of mining projects in a key Central American region.
The second annual GDAMS will coincide with the release of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute’s new annual figures on world military expenditures.