Blue Button Project
The Blue Button Project began last fall as a symbolic protest for those who had serious questions about a war on Iraq, American foreign policy, and choosing homeland security over basic civil and human rights. As the war on Iraq comes to a close, the need to demand a more engaged dialogue about the war on terror and US involvement in world affairs has become more urgent.
The Blue Button pledges no allegiance to a political party or nation. Instead, it reclaims the language of peace, freedom, truth, and justice through a symbol made bolder by the lack of words and a simple shape that signifies unity and mirrors the shape and dominant color of the earth. Its bold simplicity is meant to evoke what it represents: the need to ask questions, educate oneself, and engage in dialogue.
We invite you to participate in the Blue Button Project to promote education, informed discussions, and peaceful solutions to world conflicts.