|To broaden and intensify public awareness of the continuing danger of nuclear weapons, locally, nationally, and globally|
|To promote public discussion about steps toward the abolition of nuclear weapons|
|To encourage civic action for a nuclear weapons-free world|
"This was the second time we have traveled to Provo but last time we met with the State Director. We now have a better sense of how to approach Rep. Curtis and with which issues under our umbrella of getting rid of nuclear weapons. We look forward to more discussions with Rep. Curtis and his staff." From left to right: Doug, Cathy, Rep. Curtis, Deb."
Robert Reich why military spending costs America so much moneyWatch
"Within hours, the atoll was covered with a fine, white, powder-like substance. No one knew it was radioactive fallout. The children played in the 'snow.' They ate it."Read More
Troops Who Cleaned Up Radioactive Islands Can't Get Medical CareRead More
talking about the effects of nuclear weapons on people who lived near uranium mines and downwind from testing sites during and after the Cold War.Listen
Former Secretary of Defense William Perry speaks out against renewing a nuclear arms race.Read More
America must resume underground nuclear weapons testing as rapidly as possible. The lives of millions of Americans, and the continued existence of the United States, may depend upon it.Read More
Radiation Exposure Compensation Act for Downwinders Reintroduced by Idaho, New Mexico and Colorado SenatorsRead More
John Oliver on Nuclear Weapons is just as relevant today as it was when broadcast in 2014.Watch
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