3 Ways to Stop Killer Drones!
October 31, 2013
Last week, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch released two groundbreaking reports about the use of US killer drones. This week, Brave New Films released UNMANNED: America’s Drone Wars and brought the family of drone strike victims featured in the film to Washington DC to tell their story to Congress. Pressure from the American public is mounting to curb the use of killer drones, and there has never been a better time to get involved and take action!
At CODEPINK we’ve been pursuing a three-point strategy to ground the killer drones. Here’s how you can join us:
Pressure the Department of Justice to disclose the drone memos to the public. These papers provide the legal justification for who is being killed in our name, and why.
Participate in the growing global network against drones by attending the 2013 CODEPINK Drone Summit: Proliferation and Resistance. Can’t make it? Consider making a donation so we can continue to to highlight the voices of those most affected by drones.
These are three easy actions you can take to make a huge difference. We’ll deliver your petition signatures and then let you know what the next steps are!Toward a world free of killer drones,
Alli, Amanda, Kelleen, Janet, Jeremy, Jodie, Linda, Lisa, Medea, Nancy K, Nancy M, Natasha, Noor, Roqayah, Sergei, and Tighe