Nancy L. Mancias


Nancy L. Mancias is a campaign organizer for CODEPINK. An anti-war advocate, Mancias has been actively trying to bring the troops home from their overseas misadventures. She has also been part of the movement against torture and a proponent of closing the prison in Guantanamo. She is a believer in accountability for war crimes, overseeing the Justice For All campaign. She alerts people around the country when war criminals will be speaking in the Arrest the War Criminals campaign, encouraging them to try to make a citizen’s arrest or some ruckus. Like many in the anti-war movement, Mancias views her work against drones as a natural extension of her peace efforts. E: T: @nancymancias


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  • Trevor Jones
    commented 2019-05-27 12:47:46 -0400
    Nancy, you really are a brave strong woman, i cannot fault you in your actions. I do wish for more people like you in the world. Good work and may God be with you x

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  • Trevor Jones
    commented 2019-05-27 12:43:14 -0400
    Nancy, you really are a brave strong woman, i cannot fault you in your actions. I do wish for more people like you in the world. Good work and may God be with you.

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  • Jef Schultz
    commented 2019-05-15 13:50:37 -0400
    I stand with Nancy and her work on divesting military dollars and channeling them back into the peace economy. Every county in the U.S. has monetary connections with the U.S. military, in one form or another. The system is rigged to support a continual build-up of the war economy, just the opposite of the direction we need to be going in. Thankfully there is the presence of Codepink and their always timely actions to keep us from going over the edge.
  • Mike Painton
    commented 2019-04-05 15:15:42 -0400
    Oh I see, you want to change things without naming names, how do you fight or change that ?
  • Mike Painton
    commented 2019-04-05 15:12:31 -0400
    Why did I get a flag on my last statement?
  • Mike Painton
    commented 2019-04-05 15:08:51 -0400
    Sure wish someone would come out and name the enemy. Wonder if the Bilderberg Group(the Oligarchies) who control and own just about everything on the plant, has ever been mention. How about the Federal Reserve owned by the Rothschilds. This bank is suppose to be used by the citizens of this country interest free to start businesses and hire people.Why can’t you attend thier meetings every May, not even POTUS not allowed to attend. Zionist are in the process of the worst Holocaust in the history of the world and we back them. AIPAC owns this country, might as well change the name of our country to West Israel. Sanctions, how cruel, this country is vile….
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  • Don Reimer
    commented 2018-03-30 14:48:54 -0400
    I side with Nancy for sure regarding accountability and justice. War is scary and dangerous and must be approached appropriately.

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    commented 2018-03-03 04:44:46 -0500
    Accountablility is the appropriate thing here. As long as everyone is held accountable for their actions, warzones will not be taken advantage of.

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    commented 2016-11-28 05:35:41 -0500
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