The US Section of WILPF wholeheartedly supports the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) aka the “Iran Nuclear Deal,” and strongly urges Congress to vote in favor of the resolution supporting it.
Raised from the sea and lovingly restored, the Golden Rule once again is sailing to bring a message of nuclear abolition. WILPF member Helen Jaccard is one of the four crew members on the boat that will be docking at ports along the West Coast.
70 Years of Nuclear Weapons – At What Cost? is the theme of a gathering at Lawrence Livermore Lab in California, while WILPF members lay flowers at a Japanese bell in Des Moines, Iowa, and a Disarm leader speaks in Portland, Oregon.
North Carolina’s Triangle Branch Water Committee is working on fracking, coal ash dumping, indigenous rights, voting rights, and specific legal actions in which WILPF was active in planning meetings that resulted in three North Carolina lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of procedures.
Re-envisioning WILPF in the 21st Century is an imperative. We’ve got critical goals, but we need your support to get there. This campaign update includes information YOU can use to help us plant new seeds.
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