In honor of Dr Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action will hold a vigil at the Main Gate of the Trident Submarine Base at Bangor Saturday, January 13, at 11 am.
We invite everyone interested in honoring Dr. King’s prophecy and legacy to attend the vigil.
Participants will gather at 10:00 am, Saturday, January 13, at the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action, 16159 Clear Creek Rd NW, Poulsbo, and will leave at 10:30 am to walk to the base for a vigil which will include songs, signs, banners and quotes from Dr. King.
For more information contact email@example.com or call Mary Gleysteen at 360 297 3894.
Presented by Town Hall Seattle and WPSR:
With developing international discussions of nuclear conflict, it’s critical that we gather context for the policies and legacies of nuclear weapons. To help us gain perspective, we invite to the stage Daniel Ellsberg, former high level defense analyst and legendary whistle-blower who revealed the Pentagon Papers. In his new book, The Doomsday Machine, Ellsberg offers us a first-hand account of America’s nuclear program in the 1960s, highlighting how our nation’s nuclear strategy has not fundamentally changed since the eras of late Eisenhower and early Kennedy. Ellsberg is joined in conversation with Daniel Bessner, professor of American Foreign Policy at the University of Washington’s Jackson School of International Studies, to discuss the legacy of the most dangerous arms buildup in the history of civilization—and to analyze how its proposed renewal under the Trump administration threatens our very survival. Join us for a powerful and urgent conversation about feasible steps we can take to dismantle the existing “doomsday machine” and avoid nuclear catastrophe.
In 1961 Daniel Ellsberg consulted for the Department of Defense and the White House and drafted Secretary Robert McNamara’s plans for nuclear war. A Senior Fellow of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, Ellsberg is the author of Secrets and the subject of the Oscar-nominated documentary, The Most Dangerous Man in America.
Daniel Bessner is the author of Democracy in Exile and co-editor of The Decisionist Imagination. He has published scholarly articles in several journals, including The Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, International Security, The Intellectual History Review, and others.
WPSR founder, Dr. Judith Lipton, will introduce this event.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit Town Hall's website
Presentation at Queen Anne Library from West Seattle Neighbors for Peace and Justice
6:30 – refreshments and social time. 7:00 – movie, followed by an optional facilitated discussion. No charge, but donations gratefully received.
It will be held at WPSR's office - 4500 9th Ave NE, Suite 94, Seattle, WA 98105, as El Centro de la Raza is closed for the holidays on the 21st.
We'll be discussing steering committee roles, a large march/action in 2018, and other wrap-up items for 2017.
Join us for Western Washington FOR's fall retreat to discuss climate change and nuclear weapons!
NoMoreBombs.org is showing Countdown to Zero, a documentary about nuclear weapons in our world today. Join us for a discussion of the positive steps we can all take to help reduce the threat of a catastrophic nuclear war.
For more information, contact Tracy W Powell
360-840-3826 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Spokane Organizing Workshop: Mobilizing for Equity, Justice and Community Power How-To's for Powerful Actions and Campaign
This interactive workshop is organized by Greater Spokane Progress’ BOLD (Building, Organizing, Leadership Development) Action Committee, and will be led by Liz Moore of the Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane and Rowena Pineda, People's Action Institute Board Member.
Meaningful Movies in Beacon Hill is showing COMMAND AND CONTROL, a minute-by-minute account of a near catastrophic nuclear explosion at a Titan ll Missile complex, followed by discussion and action.
Veterans For Peace (Chapter 92, Seattle) invites the public to a panel discussion and forum on the Ken Burns/Lynn Novick documentary series on the Vietnam War in conjunction with the Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington.
Join us for a panel event on the obligation to resist torture.
Seattle Fellowship of Reconciliation program meeting with local activist Dick Blakney on “U.S., North Korea, and Nuclear Weapons: Threats and Counter-Threats”
Join Pax Christi and the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action for this workshop on nonviolent change.
Ground Zero Center will hold its annual remembrance of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki with a full weekend of events.
Join Veterans for Peace to demonstrate against the waste, inefficiency, immorality, environmental destruction, and unethical activities of Fairchild AFB.