Ground Zero offers the opportunity to explore the meaning and practice of nonviolence from a perspective of deep spiritual reflection, providing a means for witnessing to and resisting all nuclear weapons. 

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“Arise, then, women of this day!”

Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action (GZ) is expanding its annual Mothers Day weekend activities in an effort to wake others up to the real meaning of Mothers’ Day.
We invite you to join us on Saturday, May 10th, as we recapture the original intention of Mother’s Day (for Peace) and continue our work in resistance

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Spring is in the air… and so is Hope!

Dear Friends of Nuclear Disarmament,
Tomorrow (April 5th) is the 5th anniversary of President Obama’s famous Prague speech on nuclear weapons. I remember listening to that speech and feeling a real sense of hope. Over the past 5 years that hope has faded, and in recent months it has faded even faster. Rather than investing in

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Tom Krebsbach’s Statement to the Court

Tom Krebsbach was due in US District Court, Tacoma tomorrow for arraignment on charges of trespassing on Federal property in conjunction with his arrest on January 18th. Tom crossed over on to Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor at the base’s Main Gate to deliver a poem to the base commander. He was arrested, processed and released the

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Preventing Humanity’s Suicide: An interview with Bernie Meyer

Every month since February 1987 the Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation has produced one-hour TV programs on issues related to peace, social justice, economics, the environment, and nonviolence. We are grateful to Olympia FOR’s Glen Anderson and his dedicated volunteer production crew for keeping these informative and thought-provoking shows coming year after year!
The March 2013, “Nuclear

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