Activist Groups

DC Poets Against the War: An informal group of Washington DC area writers and acitivists who came together during the winter of 2003 to protest the planned U.S. invasion of Iraq.

Code Pink: Women for Peace: CODE PINK is a women initiated grassroots peace and social justice movement that seeks positive social change through proactive, creative protest and non-violent direct action.

D.A.W.N. (D.C. Anti-war Network): Network of organizations and individuals in DC area whose goal is the end of US military intervention abroad and attacks on our basic freedoms here.

Anarchist Resistance: A very clear rejection of capitalism, imperialism, and all governments.

Billionaires for Bush: A grassroots network of corporate lobbyists, decadent heiresses, Halliburton CEOs, and other winners under George W. Bush's economic policies. Headquartered in Wall Street and with over 60 chapters nationwide, we'll give whatever it takes to ensure four more years of putting profit over people. After all, we know a good president when we buy one.

Ronald Reagan Home for the Criminally Insane: Dedicated to providing compassionate conservative mental healthcare to the American People using graphics, quality products of war, guerilla theater and stand-up comedy.

United for Peace and Justice: Stand opposed to the "pre-emptive" wars of aggression waged by the Bush administration; we reject its drive to expand U.S. control over other nations and strip us of our rights at home under the cover of fighting terrorism and spreading democracy.


Media Activism

Media Alliance: Promoting media excellence, ethics, diversity, and accountability in the interests of peace, justice and social responsibility.

Alliance for Community Media: Supports diversity and localism in media.

Video Activist Network: An informal association of activists and politically conscious artists using video to support social, economic and environmental justice campaigns.

UDC (Union for Democratic Communications): dedicated to critical study of the communications establishment; fostering alternative, oppositional, independent and experimental production.