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Nuclear Weapons

Beyond Nuclear advocates for the elimination of all nuclear weapons and argues that removing them can only make us safer, not more vulnerable. The expansion of commercial nuclear power across the globe only increases the chance that more nuclear weapons will be built and is counterproductive to disarmament. We also cover nuclear weapons issues on our international site, Beyond Nuclear International.

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Monday
Aug062018

Sharat G. Lin Offers U.S. Apology for Hiroshima Atomic Bomb

As reported by the San José (CA) Peace and Justice Center at Indy Bay:

Sharat G. Lin, representing the San José Peace and Justice Center, in addressing the International Anti-war Anti-nuke Rally in Hiroshima held on August 5, 2018, offered a resolute apology for the U.S. government’s dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945. He called it a “monstrous war crime” that must never be allowed to happen again. He called for universal nuclear disarmament that must focus first on the U.S.A. and Russia.

Monday
Aug062018

On Anniversary of Nuclear Attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Black Alliance for Peace Supports Demand for Immediate Global Denuclearization

Monday
Aug062018

ICAN champions grass-roots efforts to persuade Japan and others to support a nuclear-free world

Monday
Aug062018

City of Hiroshima Peace Declaration

Thank you to Ralph Hutchison of Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance for posting, and circulating, this City of Hiroshima Peace Declaration, issued on the 73rd annual commemoration of the U.S. atomic bombing, by the City of Hiroshima's Mayor, MATSUI Kazumi.

Friday
Jul062018

July 16th -- a date that will live in infamy

Under "Current Activities" on the CCNS (Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety) homepage, a July 14 commemorative event re: the July 16, 1979 Church Rock uranium tailings spill commemoration is discussed, as is a July 21 commemoration of the July 16, 1945 Trinity blast.

The former happened near Gallup, New Mexico in Navajo/Diné country. The latter took place near Socorro, New Mexico.