Category Archives: Nuclear Issues

Brewing an Elixir of Radical Peace and Justice

Reclaiming Spiral Dance, Saturday, October 27, Craneway Conference Center, Richmond, California: Altar viewing and Reading of Names of the Beloved Dead at 6:00. Ritual at 7:00 This year’s ritual intention is “Where land meets water, together with our beloved dead, … Continue reading

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#WarHurtsEarth. Plowshares Action. Gaza Slaughters.

This Earth Day: Tell Environmental Groups and Gatherings that WAR HURTS EARTH! To Save the Earth, Curb Militarism! An appeal for Earth Day, 2018 Thank you for clicking on the link above to take you to a sign-on letter we … Continue reading

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Not just more of the same, and every sign of hope is precious.

Regarding nuclear weapons, the current administration is continuing policies of the previous one as did recent administrations before it:┬ádon’t work towards disarmament and pretend we aren’t upgrading our nuclear weapons or designing new ones. Despite his undeserved Nobel Peace Prize–his … Continue reading

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Jim’s March Missive!

Hello Friends, Disbelief. I shake my head in disbelief a lot. Plus I sigh and feel a little tightness in my chest. I constantly wake up early, having fallen asleep easily but reluctantly. Then some thought or pang of awareness … Continue reading

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Remember Rongelap; Remember the Lucky Dragon; Remember Bikini

“Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants. If we continue to develop our technology without wisdom or prudence, our servant may prove to be our executioner.” – Omar Bradley, Late US General My friend Dress does the … Continue reading

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