When: Saturday, September 30th, 11am - 2:30pm
Where: Colorado State Capitol, 200 E Colfax Ave., Denver, CO
11am Music and Food
1pm Speakers: Wes Mckinley, Kristen Iverson, and more
2pm Encirclement Remembrance Event The Rocky Flats Rally is an opportunity to join in solidarity to make a clear statement that keeping Rocky Flats closed is vital to the health of citizens in Colorado. We will not stand in silence while the US Fish and Wildlife Service opens the buffer zone
When: Friday, September 29th, 7pm - 9pm
Where: Landmark's Mayan Theater, 110 Broadway, Denver, CO
The Social Justice Collective is once again hitting the town for this incredible opportunity to not only see the film "Dolores," but to interact with the inspirational activist herself in a post film Q&A session. Get your tickets today!
When: Saturday, September 30th, 11am - 12pm Where: Canyon and Broadway, Boulder We'll carry signs opposing wars against Russia, Syria, North Korea, etc. Let's be visible in our opposition to war! We'll have some signs or bring you own. More info firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-509-3378. We'll hold anti-war demonstrations most (but not all) Saturdays from now on. Watch our emails for the announcements.
When: Wednesday, October 4, 6:30pm - 8 pm Where: Boulder Public Library, Boulder Creek Room, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, CO Discussion with Tom Mayer, Ron Forthofer, and Carolyn Bninski. Feel free to bring your dinner.
Reach HIGH for a nuclear-weapon-free world!
Nuclear Disarmament Day occurred Tuesday, September 26th. On this day we honor the global effort by many to abolish nuclear weapons. Everyday we can make a difference by using our voices and taking action for nuclear abolition. Reach out to us for ways to get involved and stay tuned for information on the UN High-Level Conference on Nuclear Disarmament.
#ReachHIGH2018 #Sep26dontNukeUs #abolishnukes
When: Sunday, October 1st, 6:00pm Where: First United Methodist,1421 Spruce St. Boulder, CO Ron Forthofer and Dan Winters will be speaking on the topic of Korea, past and present. Potluck dinner at 6pm. Speakers at 7pm.
The International Day of Peace is celebrated on September 21st each year to recognize the efforts of those who have worked hard to end conflict and promote peace. The International Day of Peace is also a day of ceasefire - personal or political.
Ways to honor peace: UNA Celebration of International Day of Peace Thursday, September 21st 5:30-8pm Minute of silence at noon Yoga Engage youth in peacebuilding activities Meditation and prayer Service to others Attend a community
When: Thursday, September 21st, 3pm
Where: Arvada City Hall, Council Conference Room, 8101 Ralston Rd. Arvada, CO Please show up and make public comment to prevent this dangerous construction project that is planned to be built on contaminated land. Independent sampling study for plutonium on Indiana St. East of Rocky Flats http://www.jppha.org/ Agenda
In 2015, the US under the Obama administration, along with Russia, China, Britain, France, Germany and the European Union, agreed on a landmark nuclear deal with Iran. Basically the negotiations created a way "to restrict Iran's nuclear program in exchange for economic benefits." During an intense campaign to undercut the agreement, in a shocking move some called a breach of diplomatic protocol, Republican John Boehner, the then Speaker of the House, invited Israeli Prime Min
Secretary of Defense, James Mattis states: "We have many military options and the president wanted to be briefed on every one of them." That's a horrifying statement from a nuclear-armed government whose president has previously remarked: "North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen." One other area Trump's team struggles to understand is the rule of law. Threatening war is a violation of t
Tell U.S. to Join Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapons Possession A treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons was adopted on July 7th 2017. We need to tell every nation to sign on, including the nuclear nations, and including the United States.
Please sign and share this petition calling for the abolition of nuclear weapons. If the U.S. signs the Ban Treaty, other nations will follow. Ridding the world of nuclear weapons is long overdue. These weapons should be abolished before