Calling all PSR members: the moment has arrived to contact your U.S. representative and senators to urge them to exercise their solemn duty to protect our nation’s interests and prevent war with Iran. The Middle East is already a complicated political tinderbox. Since the United States is a nuclear-armed country, any armed conflict involving U.S. …
The Everglades are threatened by a request to drill for oil and gas. Help us make sure it doesn’t happen! Sign the petition now.
On May 21, the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability presented Denise Duffield, Associate Director of PSR-Los Angeles, with their 2019 Bill Mitchell Grassroots Activist of the Year Award in recognition of her outstanding work to address nuclear issues in Los Angeles, in the state of California, and the nation at large.
In light of recent statements by National Security Advisor John Bolton and others in the Trump administration and military regarding potential escalation of a conflict with Iran, PSR issued the following comment.
The state of Massachusetts is considering whether to permit a compressor station—a source of toxic air pollution and a risk of explosion and catastrophic fire—in a heavily populated, low-income community near Boston. This environmental injustice shouldn’t be allowed. PSR’s Greater Boston chapter is strongly opposing the proposed compressor station. They have released an incisive report …
With Americans spending close to $23 billion each year for Mother’s Day, it can be easy to forget the origin of the first Mother’s Day, when mothers rose up to ask for one simple gift: peace.
On May 2, 2019, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass H.R. 9, the Climate Action Now Act. Read PSR’s statement.
Op-ed in the Baltimore Sun by Chesapeake PSR’s Dr. Gwen DuBois.