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PSR Brochure

PSR tri-fold brochure for prospective members with a brief overview of PSR’s history and focus areas.


Webinar: Messaging on the Climate Emergency

How do you talk about climate change without turning off your listener? How can you convey the severe threats that climate change poses, without driving people into either denial or despair? Learn from guest speaker Meighen Speiser what the communications researchers advise about what to say and how to say it. Just named ecoAmerica’s executive …

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Letter to the Editor Guidelines

How to produce an effective Letter to the Editor (LTE) through 2 simple acronyms. Especially useful for writing about fracked gas.


Social Media Guide

Basic Instructions for PSR Chapters How to create, use, and maintain social media sites to promote your message to the public.


Nuclear Weapons Abolition Advocacy Training Series

PSR’s Nuclear Weapons Abolition Program has launched a series of Advocacy Trainings to help members and other citizens who want to hone their citizen advocacy skills. Check out the PowerPoint “modules” we are using to help citizens make a difference in their communities. Effective Advocacy to an Influencer Using and Understanding Social Media Successfully Pitching …

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PSR Sign-Up Sheets

Printable sign-up sheets for PSR—we invite you to bring these to events to recruit new members.


Nuclear Posture Review Talking Points

Background: The United States will develop two types of “tactical” low-yield nuclear warheads. The document claims that building smaller nuclear weapons (Hiroshima-sized) allows the United States to develop a more “credible deterrent” against Russia because smaller nuclear weapons are “more usable.” However, the United States already has low-yield nuclear weapons (air-launched cruise missiles and the …

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Climate Communicators Guide

Welcome to the PSR “Climate Communicators Guide”. We want you to be a successful speaker on behalf of PSR and there is plenty here to help you. We encourage you to reach out to the National office (202-667-4260), to a Board member, or to a leader in your chapter for advice. Please understand that: As …

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