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Please email your senators and tell them to support diplomacy and oppose additional sanctions on Iran.
Salem, Oregon25th Annual Salem Peace Lecture
Waging Peace: Global Adventures of a Lifelong Nonviolent Activist with David Hartsough
Portland, OregonFree Film Screening: Resistance (Not All Germs Are Created Equal)
A new documentary, Resistance, shows stakes and solutions for reserving antibiotics.
Portland, Corvallis, OregonAre We Safer Now? The Future of Nuclear Power in the Northwest 3½ Years after Fukushima
Oregon PSR and Union of Concerned Scientists invites you to two discussions in Oregon with Dr. Edwin Lyman, nationally recognized nuclear power safety expert and co-author of our book, Fukushima: The Story of a Nuclear Disaster.
Portland, OregonDoctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) Recruitment Information Session
Join Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) for an upcoming recruitment information session.
Oregon PSR is committed to bringing the voice of public health to the movement to address global warming and protect a safe and life-sustaining climate.
On August 18th, the Oregon Department of State Lands denied a key permit to Ambre Energy, the corporation that proposes to export over 8 million tons of coal each year by transporting it through Oregon and the Columbia Gorge.
Portland, OregonUS Foreign Policy: The Wars Continue
The wars continue as the US renews warfare in Iraq, remains in Afghanistan, supports bombs in Gaza, and more.
Portland, OregonOregon PSR Marches in Solidarity with the People’s Climate March
Join us for the largest climate justice mobilization in history as people take it to the streets across the country and world on September 21st, including here in Oregon.
Please sign onto PSR's first-ever MoveOn petition, calling on President Obama and the State Department to constructively participate in abolishing nuclear weapons.
Boardman, OregonAct Now: Tell DEQ to Protect the Columbia River from Dirty Coal
Submit your comment to DEQ, and tell them to protect drinking water and the beloved Columbia River from the toxic impacts of coal export. Better yet, tell them in person! DEQ is holding a public hearing on their proposed narrow scope of water quality impacts, and we need to be there.