Physicians for Social Responsibility

latest newsletter

Read about WPSR's recent work in our Summer newsletter, including how we are fighting climate change, bringing nuclear weapons issues into the election, and addressing homelessness in Washington. 

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action alerts

Click below to see the current opportunities to engage on a few of WPSR's campaigns. For more information on how to get involved, visit our pages on nuclear weapons and fossil fuels

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president's update

A review of this year's successful dinner, and why we believe these events have meaning far beyond just financial contributions to our work. We thank all of you who attend and participate in our activism.

 

Latest News

 WPSR's work was highlighted in the  Seattle Times  Pacific NW Magazine! The piece covers the history of the peace movement in WA, our anti-nuclear coalition Washington Against Nuclear Weapons (pictured), and has quotes from two WPSR interns and our staff.  Be sure to take a look ! 

WPSR's work was highlighted in the Seattle Times Pacific NW Magazine! The piece covers the history of the peace movement in WA, our anti-nuclear coalition Washington Against Nuclear Weapons (pictured), and has quotes from two WPSR interns and our staff. Be sure to take a look

 We're going to the ballot with I-1631! Climate & Health Task Force co-chair Dr. Mark Vossler and WPSR intern Jade Lauw recently  spoke at the signature turn-in press conference  about why equitable climate policy is a health imperative in Washington State. See Mark's remarks on the  WPSR blog here.  

We're going to the ballot with I-1631! Climate & Health Task Force co-chair Dr. Mark Vossler and WPSR intern Jade Lauw recently spoke at the signature turn-in press conference about why equitable climate policy is a health imperative in Washington State. See Mark's remarks on the WPSR blog here.