• July 24, 2016 March for a Clean Energy Revolution

    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!
  • Princeton March for Our Lives

    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.
  • Annual Conference for Peace,

    Annual Conference for Peace, "The Challenges of Peace in the Trump Era" November 12, 2017

    Over 500 people attended CFPA's Annual Multifaith Service and Conference for Peace featuring Prof. Reza Aslan as well as an Ambassador, Congresswoman, and scholars.
  • No Wars, No Warming

    No Wars, No Warming

    Over 70 people gathered for the Coalition for Peace Action’s (CFPA) Annual Holiday Gathering at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton on December 5, 2015 during the Paris Climate Summit. This year's topic was focused on CFPA's "No Wars, No Warming" campaign. Dr. Timothy Snyder, Professor of History, Yale University was the featured speaker, along with Professor Cymie Payne J.D., Professor of Ecology and Law, Rutgers University.
  • No Wars, No Warming Support of Standing Rock

    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.
  • Delegation thanks Sen. Bob Casey (PA)

    Delegation thanks Sen. Bob Casey (PA)

    On October 29, 2015, the Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) led a delegation of 15 to Washington DC to thank Sen. Bob Casey (PA) in person for his support of the Iran Nuclear Agreement. (Photo courtesy of the Friends Committee on National Legislation)
  • Give Peace a Chance

    Give Peace a Chance

    The Coalition for Peace Action’s Emergency Vigil to "Give Peace a Chance" held on Saturday, August 15, 2015 for a Global Day of Peace for Iran, during the crucial 60 day period Congress has to vote on the agreement. People gathered in more than 70 cities across the world to "Give Peace a Chance" and prevent another war in a Worldwide Call to Action to Support Diplomacy by Sealing the Deal with Iran!
  • Gun Violence Prevention

    Gun Violence Prevention

    The Rev. Bob Moore, CFPA and CeasefireNJ Executive Director, speaks to the press and crowd of at the Gun Violence Prevention Press Conference joined by NJ State Senate President Stephen Sweeney and other NJ Elected Officials on Monday, October 12, 2015 outside of the Princeton Public Library on Hinds Plaza.
  • Trenton Unity Rally

    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.
  • Rally for Charleston, S.C. Shooting

    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

    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.
  • Peace and Planet Mobilization

    Peace and Planet Mobilization

    The Coalition for Peace Action joins thousands at the Peace and Planet Mobilization on April 26 for a Nuclear-free, Peaceful, Just, & Sustainable World before the 2015 Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference at the United Nations in NYC!
  • 2018 MLK Multifaith Service

    2018 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. 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
  • Gun Safety Activists

    Gun Safety Activists

    Bucks County, PA Coalition for Peace Action joined other gun safety activists at a rally marking the introduction of legislation that would establish universal-background checks for gun purchases in the Commonwealth, on the Montgomery County Courthouse steps in Norristown on Thursday, October 15. State Sen. Vince Hughes as well as other legislators, law-enforcement officials, domestic-violence agencies and gun-safety advocates attended.
  • 6 New Gun Safety Bills Signed Into Law!

    6 New Gun Safety Bills Signed Into Law!

    Ceasefire NJ leaders stand with NJ Gov. Phil Murphy at bill signing event for package of 6 new gun violence prevention laws on June 13, 2018.
  • Annual Conference for Peace,

    Annual Conference for Peace, "New Horizons for Peacemaking" November 8, 2015

    The Rev. Dr. Susan Thistlethwaite, speaks on "No Body Here: The Terrible Deception of Drone War" during the Annual Interfaith Service and Conference for Peace, entitled: "New Horizons for Peacemaking and Equality", with over 400 in attendance.
  • Celebration and Thank You Event

    Celebration and Thank You Event

    Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (NJ-12) giving her remarks to a crowd at the Coalition for Peace Action’s (CFPA) Celebration and Thank You Event for Success of Diplomacy with Iran on October 17, 2015. (Photos courtesy of CFPA Volunteer Photographer, John Lien)
  • Annual Conference for Peace,

    Annual Conference for Peace, "Preventing a New Nuclear Arms Race!" November 13, 2016

    On Sunday November 13, the Coalition for Peace Action held its 37th Annual Multifaith Service and Conference for Peace, attended by over 400 people. Five expert speakers discussed the future of nuclear weapons, and Princeton students presented an original film on nuclear weapons knowledge. Special guest Sr. Megan Rice was honored for her anti-nuclear activism.

  • Reception for Peace, November 2012

    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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  • Delegation thanks Sen. Bob Casey (PA)
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