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2018 Martin Luther King, Jr. Multifaith Service
On Monday, January 15th, 2018, approximately 300 people from all backgrounds gathered at Princeton's First Baptist Church for the annual Multifaith Service to Commemorate and Honor the Legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. Leaders from a range of faiths participated, including Baptist, Presbyterian, Episcopal, United Methodist, African Methodist Episcopal, Baha'i, Christian Science, Unitarian Universalist, United Church of Christ, Jewish, and Muslim.
Rally for Diplomacy, Not War, with Iran
Nearly 300 peacemakers joined together in Princeton on January 11, 2020, to stand up against President Trump's escalation of conflict with Iran, with his killing of General Soleimani. Speakers included faith leaders, government officials, and academic experts.
Meeting with Rep. Tom Malinowski (NJ-7)
CFPA organized a delegation that met with Representative Tom Malinowksi on December 13, 2019 to advocate for nuclear disarmament initiatives, including legislation that supports an official end to the Korean War.
Lobby Day in D.C.
On Thursday, March 14, 2019, a delegation of 18 CFPA members traveled to D.C.together, to advocate for peace! Seen here posing with Sen. Bob Casey (PA). The delegation met with staff or members of 10 Congressional offices in one day!
2019 MLK Multifaith Service
Approximately 300 people from all backgrounds gathered for the annual Multifaith Service to Commemorate and Honor the Legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King.
Annual Conference for Peace, 2018
Ambassador Wendy Sherman speaks to a crowd of 250 at Nassau Presbyterian Church in Princeton, for CFPA's 39th Annual Conference for Peace. Other speakers included the Rev. Jesse Jackson, Ray Acheson, Dr. Leon Sigal, and Bill Hartung.
6 New Gun Safety Bills Signed Into Law!
Leaders of CFPA's Ceasefire NJ project stand with NJ Gov. Phil Murphy at bill signing event for package of 6 new gun violence prevention laws on June 13, 2018. That year, NJ passed a total of eight new gun safety laws, more than any other state in the country.
Princeton March for Our Lives
On March 24, 2018, over 4,000 showed up for Princeton's March for Our Lives local event, demanding gun safety reform after the Parkland, Florida school shooting. The rally was co-sponsored by Coalition for Peace Action, and initiated by Princeton High School senior Dziyana Zubialevich.
Trenton Unity Rally
On February 6, 2017 the Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) co-sponsored a Rally Against Islamophobia and Bigotry with the United Mercer Interfaith Organization (UMIO). Over 250 people rallied on the steps of Trenton City Hall. Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson and CFPA Executive Director Rev. Bob Moore were among the speakers.
No Wars, No Warming Support of Standing Rock
The Coalition for Peace Action's No Wars, No Warming campaign and Pennsylvania Chapters were active in supporting the Standing Rock Water Protectors throughout the fall of 2016. Several vigils and rallies were held in Bucks County, PA, and CFPA members attended the #noDAPL March in Washington, D.C.
Rally for Charleston, S.C. Shooting
Over 400 people gathered in Princeton on June 24, 2015 to commemorate the nine people gunned down in the historic Mother Emanuel AME Church in South Carolina.
Orlando Shooting Gathering and Vigil June 21, 2016
On June 21, 2016 the Coalition for Peace Action held a Multifaith Gathering for Orlando and Beyond at Nassau Presbyterian Church. The gathering was followed by a rally and candlelight vigil in Tiger Park, Palmer Square.
July 24, 2016 March for a Clean Energy Revolution
The Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) co-led the Peace and Climate Justice contingent at the March for a Clean Energy Revolution, attended by 10,000 on Sunday, July 24 in Philadelphia on the eve of the Democratic National Convention!
Reception for Peace, November 2012
120 individuals attended a Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) reception with Noam Chomsky, following a Conference for Peace in which over 600 were in attendance. Pictured in the front center, from left to right: Juan Cole, Amy Goodman, Irene Goldman-CFPA Chair, Noam Chomsky, The Rev. Robert Moore-CFPA Executive Director. (Photo courtesy of CFPA Volunteer Photographer, David Crow)

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Sent to CFPA's NJ contacts on 11/30/22 The Supreme Court’s reckless ruling last June could allow concealed carry of handguns virtually anywhere in the nation!  This NRA-backed ruling invalidated parts of New Jersey’s strict concealed carry law and puts more New Jersey residents at...

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Solidarity Vigil Against Hate & Bigotry

Thursday, December 15, 2022 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Tiger Park at Palmer Square, Princeton (Across from Nassau Presbyterian Church, 61 Nassau St.) Since 2016 there has been a major surge in hate and bigotry, online and in real-life events. That surge has intensified this year and in recent months, with… Read more ...
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2022 Annual Holiday Event Webinar

“Reducing the Nuclear Danger in the Wake of Russia’s War on Ukraine”with Daryl G. Kimball Thursday, December 15, 2022 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm This event will be held via Zoom. Daryl Kimball is highly articulate and deeply informed on all aspects of arms control. Earlier this fall, he convened an… Read more ...
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Trenton Friends Meeting New Years Eve Peace Vigil

Saturday, December 31, 2022 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Come and share your hopes and prayers for peace in the New Year at a New Year's Eve Peace Vigil co-sponsored with Trenton Friends Meeting. This event will be held inside the Trenton Friends Meeting House, 142 E. Hanover Street (at the corner of N.… Read more ...
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Annual Martin Luther King Multifaith Service

Save The Date! Annual Multifaith Service to Honor the Legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. co-sponsored by Princeton Clergy Association and Coalition for Peace Action 7:00 PM on Monday, January 16, 2023! In person or via Livestream Nassau Presbyterian Church 61 Nassau Street, Princeton,… Read more ...

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The Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) is a grassroots citizens' organization bringing together people of all ages, backgrounds, professions and political persuasions around three goals: global abolition of nuclear weapons, a peace economy and a halt to weapons trafficking at home and abroad.

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