nuclear disarmament

In a resolution passed August 6, the Boston City Council called on President Obama and the Congress to take urgent new measures for nuclear disarmament and proclaimed August 6, 2015 to be Hiroshima Day and August 9, 2015 to be Nagasaki Day in the City …

The New England Conference of the United Methodist Church approved a nuclear disarmament resolution at its June 2015 conference.  The resolution condemns the U.S. nuclear weapons modernization program and calls for the U.S. to take its weapons off hair-trigger alert and renounce first use of …

Peace & Planet: A Cry for Nuclear Disarmament This article by Jonathan King appeared in our summer 2015 MAPA newsletter. On April 26, 70 years after the bomb­ing of Hiro­shima and Naga­saki, thousands of people gathered in New York to demand imme­diate action to negotiate the end …

The distinguished Catholic scholar Fr. Bryan Hehir will present a talk on a Catholic approach to nuclear disarmament.  Organizing meeting for the Peace & Planet mobilization in New York City, April 26, 2015.   Hehir is Parker Gilbert Montgomery Professor of the Practice of Religion and …

“[T]he alternative to disarmament […] may very well be a civilization plunged into the abyss of annihilation”.                        –Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., 1968 Download the MLK Day Peace + Planet Flyer.  Attend an MLK Day event …

Newton City Council passed a resolution calling for nuclear disarmament on January 5th, 2015 with 14 Yeas and 7 Nays.  Download a printable copy here.   CITY OF NEWTON IN BOARD OF ALDERMEN January 5, 2015 RESOLUTION CALLING FOR CONSTRUCTIVE GOOD FAITH U.S. PARTICIPATION IN …

Cambridge City Council unanimously approved an anti-nuclear weapon resolution, aiding the national and international initiative of Mayors for Peace on January 5, 2015 and was introduced by Councillors Dennis Carlone, Denise Simmons, and Nadeem Mazen. Download a printable copy here.   MAYORS FOR PEACE POLICY ORDER RESOLUTION WHEREAS …

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