The following announcement was provided by Watertown Citizens for Peace, Justice, and the Environment:
Our November general membership meeting will be hosted by the Peace and Common Security working group. Join us for a discussion of the state of nuclear weapons, the danger they pose, and the idea that we can guarantee that a limited nuclear exchange can be controlled. Most importantly we will explore what we can do about the unraveling of nuclear weapons treaties and decisions to build new more powerful nukes.
Our very special guest will be Ms. Denise Duffield, the Associate Director of the Physicians for Social Responsibility in Los Angeles and a leader in the Back from the Brink movement.
She will discuss the new Treaty for Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, why we should urge our representative in Congress, U.S. Representative Katherine Clark to co-sponsor House Resolution 77, and why we need to build alliances with organizations working for social justice and the
Watertown Citizens for Peace, Justice, and the Environment November Monthly Meeting – Can Nuclear War be Prevented?Wednesday, November 15
Chat at 6:45 PM
The Peace and Common Security Working Group is grateful for the co-sponsorship of Boston Physician for Social Responsibility, Back from the Brink Boston Hub, and Nuclear Disarmament Working Group of Massachusetts Peace Action.
To join the meeting, see our web page https://watertowncitizens.org/event/can-nuclear-war-be-prevented-how/