The vision for the Nuremberg Actions includes the daily upholding the law of nations and our own Constitution by placing ourselves—our bodies—in front of the trains and trucks carrying munitions of death from their bunkers to the piers for placement on ships, some destined for Central America where we can predict a specified number of human beings who will be killed and maimed once transported past our vulnerable bodies. This kind of action, similar in philosophy to the civil rights campaigns of the 1950s and ’60s, requires the building of a community to provide the kind of support necessary for sustaining large scale resistance, resistance that stems from an affirmation of life—equally—for all people of the earth.

Guiding Principles of Nuremberg Actions