Dec 252015
 
And the winners are... #AntiwarHaiku

Tune in for a special winners announcement podcast form You me and BTC: http://ymb.tc/e104 Please be sure to check out all the wonderful sponsors who made this contest possible. Thank you all again fro supporting Antiwar.com and the cause of peace. We will be contacting all of you after the holiday. But the winners are…

Dec 172015
 
#AntiwarHaiku Contest results.

The contest is over and the results are in. Just under 100 people sent in a total of 415 Haikus, Some people wrote non traditional haiku’s and some might have missed the Pro Peace theme but all are very good and are all listed here uncensored. Thanks again to our sponsors and everyone who participated, we will take some time to judge them all but will announce the winners before the 25th. Stay tuned and […]

Nov 232015
 
Antiwar Haiku Contest Update Week One

The first week of the contest has been a great success, over 100 peace haikus have been sent out on Twitter and social media. We will post them all here on the blog when we get closer to Dec 16th deadline. REMEMBER, you must email your submission to the email address (AntiwarHaiku@antiwar.com) to enter. We will NOT be sharing your email address with anyone, sponsors or otherwise. We did have a email problem the first […]

Nov 162015
 
Antiwar Haiku Contest

With the war in Syria underway and the tragic attacks in Paris, now more then ever it’s time for a call to peace. Antiwar.com is the leading news site with Anti War news, reviews and activities, but we need your voice. Over the weekend Antiwar held a successful social media campaign with the hashtag #WhyIAmAntiwar; hundreds of people wrote in with answers to this incredibly important question. Now we aim to encourage even more creativity […]

Mar 202015
 
Google #DontExposeEvil - Pro Peace Meme contest

Just two days ago Google suspended Antiwar.com’s Adsense account after citing a violation of its violence policy. The violation was from a non-functioning advertisement code embedded in a 11 year old blog post showing photos of torture and abuse from the Abu Ghraib military prison in Iraq. In a post yesterday from gawker.com, Google admitted to acting hastily by not providing a 72 hour warning of the violation. The email from the Google representative went on to indicate […]