|Help Us Pass Local Resolutions For a Nuclear Weapons Free Future!
Mass Peace Action, in partnership with the United for Justice with Peace Coalition's Nuclear Abolition Working Group and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), is working for the passage of local resolutions in support of a nuclear weapons free world. People around the country are urging city councils and boards of aldermen to pass the resolutions - and we need your help to make this happen in your community!
We have a critical window of opportunity in which to seize upon President Obama's vision of a nuclear weapons free world and make it a reality. This will not happen without increased public awareness, pressure, and support. Embracing the U.S. Conference of Mayors' call to abolish nuclear weapons by engaging local municipal officials in this effort is one powerful way we can add vital grassroots momentum to the global movement to get to zero nuclear weapons worldwide, especially in advance of the Non-Prolifertion Treaty Review Conference (NPT) at the United Nations this spring.
YOU can help us by contacting local officials, such as your City Council or Boards of Selectmen/women or Aldermen/women and ask them to pass the resolution calling for a nuclear weapons free world.
Use the links below to download items in our "toolkit" of resources for this campaign.
>> Click here for a letter to you explaining the steps you can take to participate in this initiative.
>> Click here for a sample letter to adapt and send to your municipal officials.
>> Click here to learn why now is the time to work for a nuclear weapons free world.
>> Click here to read the resolution.
Get started by downloading this brochure to educate yourself and others about the urgency of achieving this reality.
>> Download the Brochure: Side A (.pdf) and Side B (.pdf)
Stay tuned for additional information and resources and let us know if you have any questions and/or can help us organize this effort in your community! Call us at 617.354.2169. Thanks for your support!
>> Visit the National Campaign for a Nuclear Weapons Free World.
>> Visit the National Peace Action website.
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