Nuclear Resister Megan Rice

Sr. Megan Rice accepted Mass. Peace Action's Peacemaker Award in 2019 with Michael Walli and Christopher Spicer on behalf of Transform Now Plowshares.
Sr. Megan Rice accepted Mass. Peace Action's Peacemaker Award in 2019 with Michael Walli and Christopher Spicer on behalf of Transform Now Plowshares. MAPA photo

Sr. Megan Rice, a visionary and steadfast anti-nuclear resister who painted peace slogans on the nuclear bomb factory in Oak Ridge, TN, in 2012, has died.

Megan spoke for Mass. Peace Action on multiple occasions, including at an event in 2017 with Dan Zak, the Washington Post journalist who wrote about her work.

She appeared at our Presidential First Use conference in 2017 with Prof. Elaine Scarry and Sen. Ed Markey.

She accepted Mass. Peace Action’s Peacemaker Award in 2019 with Michael Walli and Christopher Spicer on behalf of Transform Now Plowshares.

Read Dan Zak’s obituary notice in The Washington Post.

Sr. Megan, Presente!