Stand up for humanity and demand that United States policy precludes starting a nuclear war. Please contact your U.S. Representative now and ask her/him to cosponsor H.R. 921.
Op-ed by PSR’s Dr. Robert Dodge in Common Dreams on the connection between climate change and nuclear war and the need for global leaders to take action.
PSR applauds Representative Adam Smith and Senator Elizabeth Warren for their bold commitment to ensuring the health and safety of all families by establishing a U.S. policy of “No First Use” of nuclear weapons.
Thanks to the incredible work of Physicians for Social Responsibility Maine and their allies, on January 23, the city of Portland, Maine unanimously passed a “Back from the Brink” resolution. The resolution calls on the United States government to take the lead on preventing nuclear war by renouncing the option of using nuclear weapons first; …
PSR-Los Angeles writes in Nukewatch about the recent wildfire that swept through the contaminated SSFL site.
In the Los Angeles Daily News, PSR-Los Angeles’ Denise Duffield discusses the need for stricter cleanup standards at the contaminated SSFL site.
In the Seattle Times, Washington PSR’s Dr. Bruce Amundson and Lilly Adams discuss the potential for a shift in nuclear weapons policy from the incoming Congress.
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (BAS) has released a new multimedia presentation on the 1983 television movie The Day After. This landmark film showed the actual consequences of a full-scale nuclear war, and it had a major role in shaping American public opinion about nuclear weapons. ABC broadcast The Day After on November 20, …
PSR’s Nuclear Weapons Abolition Program is working with chapters to conduct a series of advocacy trainings around the country, to develop critical community organizing tools and skills among PSR health professionals and advocates. This training series was made possible through support from the Otterman Foundation and from PSR members. Chapters have customized these events to …
President Donald Trump’s plan to withdraw from the landmark Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty with Russia is dangerous. We should fix, not abandon, this important pact. Op-ed by WPSR’s Dr. Bruce Amundson in the Seattle Times.