The F-35 jet is the most expensive program in the Pentagon's history, projected to cost trillions of dollars over the next decade.
Beyond the appalling cost for a jet that doesn't work, people have opposed the F-35 program since their inception because of the very real threat they pose to the health and well-being of local communities where these jets are manufactured and fly.
Join CODEPINK, Safe Skies Clean Water, Peace Action Wisconsin, Interfaith Peace Working Group and more for an online event to discuss why we oppose F-35's in our communities.
At this event, we'll screen Jet Line: Voicemails from the Flight Path. This is a 12-minute film described as “a poetic portrait of a community plagued by war machines, documenting untenable conditions in a small city once voted one of the best places to live in America.”
After the film screening, we'll hear from local community activists in Wisconsin and Vermont who oppose the F-35 program. Participants will hear about safety and environmental concerns AND how they can get involved in the campaign to oppose dangerous F-35's.
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Event Co-Sponsors: Safe Skies Clean Water, Peace Action Wisconsin, Interfaith Peace Working Group, Madison Environmental Justice Organization, Poor People's Campaign WI, Eken Park Resistance, 350 MKE, Family Farm Defenders, Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice (WNPJ)