Washington Coalition to Stop the New Nuclear Arms Race

Our coalition represents leaders in peace organizations, the labor movement, environmental groups, communities of color, faith groups, health professionals, and more.

We envision a future safe from the humanitarian, health, and environmental threats posed by nuclear weapons.

The US government plans to rebuild the entire nuclear weapons arsenal (of roughly 6,780 weapons) at a projected cost of a trillion dollars over the next thirty years. This has revived a global nuclear arms race, as other countries try to keep up. We are working collaboratively to reduce and/or eliminate all components of this proposed rebuild.


Join us! View our coalition sign-on letter, and contact Lilly Adams at lilly@wpsr.org for more information.

Coalition Member Organizations

(As of September 2017)

  •  Pax Christi Spokane
  •  Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane
  •  Phinney Neighbors for Peace and Justice 
  •  Snohomish County Peace Action
  •  Social Equality Educators
  •  South Seattle Climate Action Network
  •  UN Association - Seattle
  •  Veterans for Peace - Bellingham 
  •  Veterans for Peace - Rachel Corrie Chapter (Olympia)
  •  Veterans for Peace - Seattle
  •  Veterans for Peace - Spokane
  •  Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility
  •  West Seattle Neighbors for Peace and Justice
  •  World Citizens for Peace - Tri-Cities
  •  American Federation of Teachers - Washington
  •  Buddhist Peace Fellowship of Seattle
  •  Church Council of Greater Seattle
  •  Earthcare Not Warfare
  •  El Centro de la Raza
  •  Fellowship of Reconciliation - Fire Mountain
  •  Fellowship of Reconciliation - Olympia
  •  Fellowship of Reconciliation - Seattle
  •  Fellowship of Reconciliation - Tacoma
  •  Fellowship of Reconciliation - Western Washington
  •  From Hiroshima to Hope
  •  Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action
  •  Health Alliance International
  •  Pax Christi Pacific Northwest


Supporting Member Organizations

  • Global Zero
  • Seattle Education Association 
  • Union of Concerned Scientists