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Support Repeal of the 2002 Iraq AUMF

Repealing the 2002 Authorization for the Use of Military Force Against Iraq (AUMF) is the first step towards Congress reasserting its constitutional authority over when the United States goes to war.
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U.S. Army Spc. Jason Bruno secures an area during an assessment of the local bazaar in the Shah Joy district of Zabul province, Afghanistan, on Dec. 7, 2011. Bruno is a rifleman assigned to Provincial Reconstruction Team Zabul.
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DoD/Senior Airman Grovert Fuentes-Contreras, U.S. Air Force

The President’s War Powers

For nearly two decades, the United States has relied on two congressional war authorizations to serve as the legal basis for military operations against suspected terrorist groups abroad.

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U.S. Air Force / Senior Airman Rylan K. Albright

Ending the Afghanistan War Responsibly

A full military withdrawal is necessary and should proceed without delay. To end the war responsibly, however, the exit of troops must be paired with steps to minimize any further harm to the people of Afghanistan.

Protestors carry sign that reads: "Say no to the new Jim Crow"

Dismantling Racism & Militiarism

Racism and militarism are at the core of U.S. foreign policy. This report offers a roadmap for progress toward a more sustainable, just, and peaceful world.

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