Troy Neighbors for Peace

As its inaugural initiative, Troy Neighbors for Peace (our initial name was Troy Peace Action) coordinated the “Eyes Wide Open” exhibit, featuring boots and shoes to demonstrate the war American and Iraqi war dead, at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Additional initial efforts include urging churches to recognize Hiroshima Day, reaching Troy students and parents with information on how to opt out of receiving recruiting information from the military, and establishing a regular Troy peace vigil.

Please Note: At this time, with the exception of the monthly peace vigil, Troy Neighbors for Peace is inactive.  However, one or two people willing to provide organizing leadership, could revive the group.  If you are one of those people contact Upper Hudson Peace Action, with the contact form below.

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Troy Peace Vigil
First Monday of each month, Hoosick Street between 9th and 10th, south side, 5pm to 6pm.

Troy Peace Vigil