Draft Resistance

Today in history: Muhammad Ali refuses Army induction (April 28, 1967)

On April 28, 1967, boxing champion Muhammad Ali refuses to be inducted into the U.S. Army and is immediately stripped of his heavyweight title.

Bruce Beyer Reflects on 50 Years of Activism

Bruce Beyer Reflects on 50 Years of Activism

On October 20, 1967 I stood on the steps of the Justice Department and returned my draft card to then US Attorney General Ramsey Clark. … If it took going to jail as a way of serving my country then I was prepared to go.

Share your story of military resistance

Share your story of military resistance

We’re seeking individuals who took a stand of some kind against war in general, or a specific war, while in uniform, or who refused to be drafted.

The Channeling Statement

"The Channeling Statement" The Channeling Statement is one of ten documents in an orientation kit put out by the...

The boys who said no to Vietnam

The boys who said no to Vietnam

This article originally appeared at ptreyeslight.com. By Teresa Mathew. In his forthcoming documentary “The Boys Who...

50 Years Ago Today: Catonsville 9

50 Years Ago Today: Catonsville 9

The celebrated Catonsville 9 draft-file-burning action as covered by Democracy Now! on its 50th anniversary, May 17,...