Because of you, Callum went to DC!

November 25, 2015

Earlier this year, we asked you for a special donation to support SF Bay Area PSR’s Student Organizing work. So very many of you generously responded, allowing us to send our student organizer, Callum Rowe to an important organizing conference in Washington, DC. He shares his thoughts about the conference below.   Report back on Student…

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SF Bay Area PSR Hosts an Evening with Sandra Steingraber: California Fracking and Health

September 29, 2015

Reminder: Earlier this month, we were thrilled to invite our supporters and members of SF Bay Area PSR to an evening with acclaimed ecologist, activist, and author Sandra Steingraber, PhD. Please plan to join us! Dr. Steingraber will be speaking about climate change, ecology, and the links between human health and the environment. We’re honored…

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The Latest News about Hiroshima/Nagasaki Commemoration!

August 4, 2015

70 YEARS OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS – AT WHAT COST?  Daniel Ellsberg, A-bomb Survivor Takashi Tanemori, Country Joe McDonald to Headline Historic 70th Anniversary Hiroshima Commemoration, Protest & Nonviolent Direct Action at the Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab WHAT: Northern California peace advocates will mark the historic 70th anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombings of Hiroshima and…

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SF Bay Area PSR Board President speaks on Nuclear Power

July 30, 2015

On July 18, SF Bay Area PSR Board President Dr. Bob Gould represented PSR at the educational conference “Nuclear Power, Health and Safety, Labor and the Fight in Court,” part of the annual “Laborfest” activities held in San Francisco. Much of the conference dealt with dangers posed by nuclear power plants to workers and communities…

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70 Years After Hiroshima and Nagasaki – Join us on August 6th at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to End the Era of Nuclear Weapons

July 30, 2015

On the beautiful morning of August 6th, 70 years ago, citizens of Hiroshima, Japan, woke expecting a day like any other.  At 8:15, everything changed, forever, as the United States dropped the first atomic bomb ever on the city. When Japan refused to immediately surrender, the US dropped another bomb three days later, on Nagasaki. Those…

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Panel October 23 at UC Berkeley

October 22, 2014

The Nuclear University and US Power in the Pacific: Time for a New Free Speech Movement? October 23rd 6-9:30pm UC Berkeley, Room/Building: 60 Evans Presentations: The Pacific Pivot: Overview The Marshall Islands: Ground Zero for Nuclear Colonialism California, US Power in the Pacific, and the University Universities: Intellectual Power for US Power Presenters: Dr. Gray…

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