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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2nd Challenge Continues in 9th Circuit Court

Opening brief against Navy’s 2nd Explosives Handling Wharf at Bangor filed in 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
On June 18, the opening brief was filed in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals for an environmental lawsuit against the Navy’s second Explosives Handling Wharf at Bangor. Plaintiffs assert that the project began without an adequate study of

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KEEPING THE PROMISE FOR NUCLEAR ZERO   

In 1968 the then existing nuclear weapons states, the US, USSR, UK, France and China, signed the International Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty agreeing to negotiate in good faith to end the nuclear arms race at an early date, and to achieve nuclear disarmament under strict international control. As a part of the treaty, non-nuclear countries agreed not

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Interfaith Peace Walk

 2014 Pacific Northwest Interfaith Peace Walk
Friday, July 25 to Saturday, August 9
 
IN RESPECT FOR ALL LIFE – A NUCLEAR FREE FUTURE
Each Step A Prayer
 
SALEM – Portland – Hanford – Olympia – LACEY – Tacoma
Seattle – Bainbridge IsLAND – Bangor/Ground Zero August 6: Hiroshima Day Lantern Ceremony in Seattle
 
This annual peace walk is an opportunity

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Navy May Mothball Sub Fleet At Bangor

Did that headline get your attention??? Well, it was a real headline in the Seattle Times on July 21, 1994.
Back in the days not long after the end of the Cold War, some people in the U.S. military were seriously thinking about eliminating “all eight of the Bangor-based submarines” and discontinuing purchases of Trident missiles

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