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Aug 9-11, 2013: Gandhi says: "Never Again" … No Nukes!

Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Center for Nonviolent Action  marks the anniversaries of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki August 9-11.  
This year”s event, under the theme Gandhi Says “Never Again”… No Nukes! takes place from Friday, Aug. 9 through Sunday, Aug. 11 at Ground Zero Center.

Highlights of the weekend will be Saturday”s six-scene portrayal of Gandhi (about an

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"Speak Truth to Power" is Mothers Day weekend theme

Published on April 1, 2013 by in Actions

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Mother’s Day weekend at Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action, with the theme “Speak Truth to Power,” will focus on the power of words combined with action to affect change.
On May 11, we will gather at Ground Zero at 10 a.m. and hear poetry readings on peace, nonviolence and war, including the Mother’s Day Proclamation

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Activists symbolical​ly close nuclear weapons base with acts of nonviolent resistance

Silverdale, Washington, March 4, 2013 — Twenty peace activists from around the United States were arrested as a result of their nonviolent protest against nuclear weapons at a U.S. Naval base.
 
Members of the Pacific Life Community gathered at the Main Gate to Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor early Monday morning in resistance to the continued deployment of

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Save Navy jobs by cutting explosives wharf project

With budget cuts ahead, the Navy proposes to cut jobs in our communities.  Locally, the Navy plans to cut $65 million in maintenance for the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis after it returns from the Middle East this spring.
 
Admiral Jonathan Greenert has offered a broader list of drastic remedies if Congress does not pass

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