Make a difference in the challenge to confront global warming and prevent nuclear war and the development and use of nuclear weapons.
Tell President Obama and the US DOT to stop oil trains carrying diluted tar sands and fracked shale oil from the Bakken formation—both are more toxic, more explosive, and more carbon-intensive than conventional crude.
Potomac, MarylandUranium Mining and Its Impact on Human Health and the Environment
Dinner event hosted by DC Metro PSR, with speakers from a delegation of Native American activists visiting DC to talk about radioactive pollution from uranium mines.
Washington, District of ColumbiaPeace Action at the White House
PSR DC Metro will be joining other peace activists around the nation on the evening of the State of the Union address in a civil resistance movement for peace in front of White House.
Washington, District of ColumbiaConcert Fundraiser for Veterans for Peace
Join peace-lovers and hear Tom Neilson’s wonderful folk music grounded in activism. Hosted by PSR/DC-Metro.
Potomac, Maryland70th Hiroshima Anniversary
DC-Metro PSR and Howard University Student PSR will host an informal event where a slideshow and a short film will be shown about this unfortunate day of human history.
Washington, District of ColumbiaFukushima: Case Study for Radiation Threats from Nuclear Power
Join PSR and Dr. Ian Fairlie for a round table discussion.
Potomac, MarylandBike for Peace Kick Off
Bike for Peace international activists will be biking from DC to New York City prior to the 2015 NPT Conference to draw attention to nuclear weapons. Join DC Metro PSR for an event to kick-off this bike tour and cheer on these valiant Norwegian bicyclists!
Potomac, MarylandStanding with the Victims
PSR DC Metro Chapter remembers the 69th Anniversary of the US Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima (8/6/1945) and Nagasaki (8/9/1945).
Potomac, MarylandIs Climate Change Affecting Your Health?
Please join Physicians for Social Responsibility and Dr. Wendy Ring for dinner as she ends her cross-country bicycle tour in the D.C. area. She will discuss how climate change affects our health and what we can do to have health people AND a healthy planet.
Greenbelt, MarylandDinner Event Sponsored by the Washington Metro Chapter
A 20 minute video of "Humanitarian Consequences of a Nuclear War" by Dr. Ira Helfand will be presented, followed by a discussion, "How Militarism kills without war" by Dr. Mohammad A. Khalid, President of the Washington DC chapter.
Bethesda , Maryland"A Walk in the Woods"- a poignant political dramedy
Please join PSR for the Quotidian Theater Company's thought-provoking, politically infused two-man play called A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing on April 13, 2013 at 2pm in Bethesda, MD. The DC chapter president and the executive director will lead a discussion after the play. PSR-DC has reserved a limited number of tickets for Saturday April 13th at 2pm at a group rate of $15/person. Please sign up to get your name on the list! Following the show will be a short discussion on current developments regarding nuclear proliferation by the DC-Chapter President and the Executive Director of PSR. Performances are held at The Writer's Center, 4508 Walsh Street, Bethesda, MD 20815. There is ample parking across the street.
Potomac, MarylandDC Chapter Meeting
Come and help start the Washington DC PSR chapter! Dr. Mohammad Khalid is holding the first meeting of interested members for the Washington DC area.
Potomac, MarylandHouse Party with Dr. Mohammad Khalid
A reception at Dr. Mohammad Khalid’s home with physicians, health professionals, and organizers from the DC Metro Area.