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NYC! Nation's Jonathan Schell Speaks 1/28 on How Peace Groups Can Halt Nuclear Anarchy & Terrorism
On January 28 at 7 PM, Jonathan Schell of The Nation will discuss how the grassroots peace movement can halt the drift towards nuclear anarchy and threat of nuclear terrorism.
Jonathan Schell will help kick off NYC organizing for the International Day of Action on May 2, 2010 for "Peace and Human Needs: Nuclear Disarmament Now!"
As the United Nations Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference begins on May 2, people from all over the world are coming to march in Midtown to call for Peace and Human Needs: Nuclear Disarmament Now!
Come to the NYC planning meeting:
When: January 28, Thursday 7–8:30 PM
Where: All Souls Church - Reidy Friendship Hall, 1157 Lexington Ave (between East 79 & 80 Streets) Manhattan (Map)
President Obama called for the abolition of nuclear weapons but said that it may not be achievable in his lifetime. Help organize the May 2 march and rally for "Peace and Human Needs: Nuclear Disarmament Now!" to make it happen in our lifetime!
For more information: call 646.723.1749
Jonathan Schell is a correspondent for The Nation, the author of The Seventh Decade: The New Shape of Nuclear Danger, a senior visiting professor at Yale University and a Pulitzer Prize nominee.
May Activities Sponsored by the US Host Committee (list in formation) and International Planning Committee. Initial co-sponsors include: American Friends Service Committee; Brooklyn for Peace; Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space; German Scientists for Peace and Cooperation; U.S. Peace Council; INES (International); IALANA (Europe, Germany); International Network for the Abolition of Military Bases; International Association of Peace Messenger Cities; Japan Council Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bomb (Gensuikyo); Nuclear Age Peace Foundation; Peace Action; Pax Christi US & International; Peace Action NYS; Mayors for Peace; le Mouvement de La Paix; Western States Legal Foundation; Reaching Critical Will; Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom (U.S.); Peace Boat US; CODEPINK Women for Peace; LI Alliance for Peaceful Alternatives; Abolition 2000; United for Peace and Justice;