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Sedition Art Contest Winners

And the Winner Are…..  before we announce the winners of  the Antiwar.me Art of Sedition Contest, We want to thank all of the entrants for their creative work. There is a lot of really amazing talent. Protest artist is an important agent of change, capable of opening closed minds and Read more…

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Sedition Art – Visual Contest

The Visual Arts received the largest number of submissions at 23.  From vintage style poster art to modern meme, the passion for peace has been revealed in these works. Peace activist Christina Babb will be judging this category and 5 winners will receive prizes. VISUAL ART- original illustration, painting, collage, Read more…

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Sedition Art – Music Contest

We are thrilled with the participation in the Music portion of the Art of Sedition contest.  Ten entries will be judged by our friend and musician-activist Jordan Page. We think he has a really tough job ahead of him. Listen and pick out your favorite! MUSICAL ART- original songs, jingles, hip Read more…

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Sedition Art – Written Contest

We have 13 written compositions for judging in the art contest, some choose to submit their writings as an image and that is fine with us, 5 winners will receive a prize and the judging of this category will be done by Caitlin Grimes, the Global Communications Director at Student for Liberty. Read more…

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Sedition Art Contest

The Espionage and Sedition Act of 1918 100 years ago, during World War I, the U.S. Congress passed the Espionage and Sedition Acts of 1918. Wartime censorship was broadly applied and anything that cast the government or the war effort in a negative light or interfered with the sale of Read more…

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Ping Pong Diplomacy

Time for Some Ping Pong Diplomacy The 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, may be the thaw in relations between North Korea and South Korea and perhaps even with the United States. In 1971, an exchange of table tennis (ping-pong) players between the United States and the People’s Republic Read more…

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Why We Do What We Do

Every day readers send Antiwar.com fan mail. You know we appreciate it. Invariably, someone will ask “how do you all do what you do.” That’s easy. With a shoe string budget, a core of loyal readers and a small group of people who have made it their mission to end Read more…

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Armistice Day 2017

War is Over (If you want it) Remember this song? It’s a favorite here at Antiwar.me. Released in 1971 as a protest of the Vietnam War, Happy Xmas (War is Over) goes, “So this is Christmas, And what have you done?”… As we approach Armistice Day and many remember the Read more…

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1000 Faces of Peace

On Inauguration Day (January 20, 2017), Antiwar.me debuted the PEACE NOW! photo mosaic made from the selfies of antiwar supporters. Hundreds of people sent in selfies or photos of their friends, families, children and pets with the message that we are against this continual state of war. Since the 50’s, U.S. foreign Read more…

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Why I Am Antiwar

You’ve heard of chaos theory. You might know it as the butterfly effect– a hurricane in China is caused by a butterfly flapping its wings in New Mexico. A more rigorous way to express this is that small changes can lead to large results. Our lives are an ongoing demonstration of Read more…

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