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Peace activists roll out 60 foot scarf in opposition to Trident

Silverdale, WA, August 9, 2014: Peace activists rolled out a 60-foot-long scarf at a West coast nuclear weapons base in a demonstration against the Trident nuclear weapons system on the anniversary of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki.
The Trident submarine base at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor, just 20 miles from Seattle, Washington, represents the largest concentration of

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Lynne Greenwald – Presente!

Greetings Friends,
As we move through this time of remembrance of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, we also remember our dear friend and fellow resister Lynne Greenwald who died earlier this week.
Lynne had very recently been diagnosed with inoperable cancer. Upon her discharge from the hospital she was constantly surrounded in the loving embrace

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A Midsummer’s Anti-Nuclear Dream

Midsummer greetings from Ground Zero,
It’s definitely time to break out the sunscreen and declare our independence from nuclear weapons!!! I know those of you reading this share the dream of a nuclear of a weapons free world. Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action is not taking a vacation this Summer as we continue the long hard work toward

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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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