We envision a world where all beings are free from the threat of war and oppression. We stand together as one human family to resolve conflicts peacefully in all our endeavors and support human rights for all.
Our mission is to abolish war, particularly as an instrument of U.S. policy, and to build a culture of peace through personal responsibility and witness, education, and promotion of human needs over militarism.
Peace is not the absence of violence, it is the presence of justice.
— Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
NC Peace Action stands with all those who live where justice has not yet reached. We work to bring justice and peace to all 100 of North Carolina’s counties, and beyond. Stand with us!
Have a peace event you want to share? Let us know about it!
Sundays, 1 to 4PM
Prison Books Collective
Come join the group that has sent free books to people on the inside in North Carolina and Alabama, and magazines around the country, since 2006. VOLUNTEER VISITS SUSPENDED DUE TO COVID-19. More information: https://prisonbooks.info
Tuesdays, 11:30-12:30 pm
Tuesdays with Tillis
Members gather each week and rally outside Senator Tillis’s office in Raleigh (310 New Bern Ave) to highlight issues and demonstrate to call attention to vital priorities too often overlooked by the press or elected officials.
First Wednesdays, 12:00-1:00 pm
On the first Wednesday of every month folks gather to protest the costs of war and the military industrial complex. 300 Fayetteville Street, signs provided.
Put your money
where the peace is!
Every bit helps us create NC peace and justice for all.
Join us in working for peace.
There are as many ways of working for peace as there are people — if you can dream it, come help do it!
Contact us for details.
• Organize local campaigns
• Plan visits to elected officials
• Represent us at meetings & rallies
• Write letters to the editor
• Serve on the Board
• Help with fundraisers
• Staff tables at events
Sign petitions & statements, distribute literature, and more for peace initiatives across the state and around the globe.
We’re currently focused on “Move The Money: Bring War Dollars Home” in order to reprioritize spending to best benefit communities.
Host a workshop to inform your community, or develop skills in peaceful communication, community understanding, and nonviolent social change.
Extended workshops can also help prepare for campaigns of social change.