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  • 2017 Peace Garden Gala

    Join PSR/Harrisburg at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, October 11 at West Shore Country Club for the annual Peace Garden Gala. Council for a Livable World's John Tierney will speak on "Is the U.S. Going 'Back to the Future' on Nuclear Weapons?"

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  • Academic Symposium on the Health Impacts of the Fracking Industry

    The Student PSR-Penn State Hershey Chapter will host a symposium on April 26 about the health impacts of the unconventional natural gas (fracking) industry. Learn about research by Yale's Dr. Nicole Deziel on the carcinogenic nature of the chemicals used; Johns Hopkins' Dr. Brian Schwartz on the epidemiological data on asthma and fracking drill sites; and PSR's own Dr. Pouné Saberi on methane gas from the fracking industry and its impact on human health, especially as it relates to global climate disruption.

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  • Historic ban treaty victory at the UN

    On October 27, the world took a giant step toward true nuclear disarmament. In a stunning victory for PSR and our international affiliates IPPNW and ICAN, the UN First Committee adopted resolution L.41 by a vote of 123 nations in favor, 38 opposed (including, unfortunately, the United States) and 16 abstentions. As a result, negotiations will begin in 2017 toward a nuclear weapons ban treaty.

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  • Everyday chemicals cost us billions

    Hormone-disrupting chemicals cost the U.S. $340 billion annually in health care expenses and lost wages. These chemicals can be found in electronics, car seats, makeup and food packaging among other consumer products. Learn more about hormone disruptors and tips to reduce exposure here.

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  • PSR/Harrisburg Public Meeting
    January 10, 2018

    Speaker is Dr. David Lai from the Army War College, Carlisle, PA who will speak on "Threats to Peace."

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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17109
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