the nuclear age peace foundation needs you
by David Krieger
The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF) is a civil society organization, made up of and supported by individuals who care about its goals. Like thousands of other civil society organizations throughout the world, the Foundation tries to accomplish goals that will make the world a better place.
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US leadership for a nuclear weapons-free world: an appeal to the next president
The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation has launched an Appeal to the next President of the United States calling for US leadership for a nuclear weapons-free world. The Appeal will be delivered to the White House on January 20, 2009 when a new President is inaugurated.
|You can sign the Appeal online by clicking here...|
The Appeal reads in part, “The era of nuclear weapons must be brought to an end...it is our responsibility to eliminate them before they eliminate us.”
It continues, “I call upon the next President of the United States to make a world free of nuclear weapons an urgent priority and to assure US leadership to realize this goal.”
You can also download the Appeal to collect printed signatures. Click here for the color copy, or click here for the black and white version.
nuclear weapons and the human future
Our new DVD, Nuclear Weapons and the Human Future, outlines the Foundation's case against nuclear weapons. Click the image to the right to preview it.
Click here to order your FREE copy of the DVD today.
Click here to download supporting materials to stimulate discussion after watching the video.
toward a nuclear-free world
Former Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and George Shultz, along with former Defense Secretary William Perry and Senator Sam Nunn, have renewed their call for a nuclear weapons-free world in a Wall Street Journal opinion piece.
They say in part, "With nuclear weapons more widely available, deterrence is decreasingly effective and increasingly hazardous."
"The interest, momentum and growing political space that has been created to address these issues over the past year has been extraordinary, with strong positive responses from people all over the world."
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