Bloomington Peace Action Coalition History History
(updated June 30, 2006)

~ Committed to Ending the War on Iraq since 2001 ~

Bloomington Peace Action Coalition began as a unifying body made up of members of various Peace and Justice groups and interested individuals in September 2001.

Bloomington Peace Action Coalition (BPAC) has evolved into a vital entity driven by a core of dedicated Peace activists committed to education and action, and
dedicated to helping our community "Participate for Peace."

Over the past five years, BPAC members have been involved in organizing Peace vigils; anti-war and counter-recruiting demonstrations, marches, and rallies; pledge & petition drives; letter writing & Congressional lobbying campaigns; film presentation series (32 films so far); and lecture and public forum presentations. BPAC continues to encourage involvement in anti-war and Peace campaigns and activities by promoting local, regional, and national rallies, marches, demonstrations, and actions. BPAC members initiated and sustained the Peace Camp on Indiana University's campus (at Dunn Meadow) from October 7, 2001 to June 2002. Information about current campaigns, activities, and events and numerous news and activist links are available at the BPAC website.

BPAC's primary goal in 2006 is ending the illegal, immoral war and U.S. military occupation in Iraq.

BPAC also strives to prevent future wars and military strikes against other nations, like Iran, Syria, and North Korea.

Read about BPAC's Mission Statement

Read more about BPAC's past events & actions...BPAC Accomplishments

End the U.S. Occupation of Iraq
"The Midwest Still Says NO To War!"
Chicago, Illinois

March 19, 2004


End the U.S. Occupation of Iraq
"The Midwest Still Says NO To War!"
Chicago, Illinois

March 19, 2004

 

 

 

 

 


Global Vigil for Peace
February 15, 2004

Vigil - September 11, 2001

 

Peace March - Sept. 2001