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Iowa City, IowaFilm Screening: Unmanned: America's Drone Wars
The 78 minutes long film by The Brave New Foundation will be followed by a discussion of the Drone issue in its role and impacts here in Iowa.
Iowa City, IowaIowa PSR Meeting
I-PSR regular meeting with a focus on climate change.
Iowa City, IowaFilm Screening & Discussion: Atomic Mom
Two mother/daughter pairs -- one who worked as a nuclear weapons researcher, one who survived the atomic bomb -- explore the implications of their very different but linked histories.
Iowa City, IowaAssessing US/Iran Relations Today: What's New in the New Regime
Yashar Vacef of the Iowa UNA, and Iranian by birth will share his impressions of the latest in the diplomatic affairs between the US and the new Iranian administration.
Wilton, IowaPublic Meeting on Proposed Nuclear Power Plant
Iowa PSR participates in a Wilton, Iowa community meeting on a proposed nuclear power plant.
New York City, New YorkThe Sad Status of Women's Health and Human Rights Two Years After the Fukushima Disaster
Dr. Maureen McCue speaks at the UN meeting on women's health and rights.
Des Moines, IowaFilm Screening: "Atomic States of America"
Iowa PSR co-hosts a screening and discussion of the new documentary on the 2nd anniversary of the Fukushima Disaster.
Davenport, IowaGirl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois Global Health Convention
Iowa PSR participates in this regional conference on global health for girls.
Iowa City, IowaNight of 1,000 Dinners
Iowa PSR participates in International Women's Day with the Iowa United Nations Association and calling for an end to violence against women here in the US and all around the world.
Iowa City, IowaThe Growing Nuclear Threat: Health and Humanitarian Implications
Dr. Maureen McCue speaks at the College of Medicine. Organized by UI Student PSR.
Des Moines, Iowa City, Cedar Rapids, Sioux City, and elsewhere, IowaIowa Forward on Climate Rallies
Iowans rally across the state for action on climate change. For details contact Maureen McCue at email@example.com.
Iowa City, IowaSave the UI Center for Human Rights
PSR Board member Dr. Maureen McCue will speak on the importance of human rights to health and a life sustaining climate and environment.
Coralville, IowaPeace Crane Making Session
Learn how to craft origami cranes and discover the story behind this Japanese tradition.
Muscatine, IowaCreating a Healthy Environment
PSR member Dr. Yolanda Whyte speaks on environmental health advocacy. Co-sponsored by PSR Iowa.
Iowa City, IowaGlobal Health Studies Conference: Energy and Health on a Sick Planet
There is a growing consensus on the part of the global community that a reevaluation of energy needs and mechanisms to produce energy is imperative. This conference will explore energy challenges, options, and potential remedies through the lens of global health.
Des Moines and Iowa City, IowaNuclear Power One Year after Fukushima
A public lecture on nuclear technology by Arjun Makhijani. Co-sponsored by Iowa PSR.
Des Moines, IowaNuclear Power One Year after Fukushima
An informational presentation featuring PSR Board member Dr. John Rachow on evacuation in the aftermath of nuclear power accidents.
Iowa Physicians for Social Responsibility will put on a dramatic puppet show based on the 10th Century Iraqi ecological fable The Animals’ Lawsuit Against Humanity, translated and adapted by Rabbi Anson Laytner in 2005.
Sioux City, IowaFrom Hiroshima to Palo: Why Nuclear Non-proliferation Matters to Iowans
Paul Deaton from Iowa City with Physicians for Social Responsibility will speak at 8 p.m., Nov. 2, in the Student Center of Morningside College.
Clinton, IowaRemembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki Film and Discussion
Screening of the film The Forgotten Bomb: Everything Depends on Remembering followed by a discussion led by Paul Deaton of Physicians for Social Responsibility.