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Nuclear Weapons: Can they Be Abolished?

Dr. Helen Caldicott, author and longtime antinuclear campaigner, will speak, admission free, on "Nuclear Weapons: Can they Be Abolished?" Though obligated to disarm under the Non-Proliferation Treaty, the U.S. government plans new nuclear weapons in a trillion-dollar program while the Pentagon strategizes about their use. Hear the leading authority on atomic perils, an Australian physician whose international mobilizing of doctors against nuclear war culminated in the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize.  Her books will be available.
Cosponsored by San Francisco Public Library and the War and Law League (WALL); CODEPINK; Ecumenical Peace Institute/CALC; Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists, Peace and Justice; American Friends Service Committee; and Shomer Shalom Network for Jewish Nonviolence.
For CODEPINK's position on nuclear weapons, please see our Peace Position #4.

WHEN

August 13, 2016 at 2pm - 4pm

WHERE

San Francisco Library, main branch
100 Larkin St at Grove St, Koret Auditorium, on lower level. Enter on Grove; go downstairs. Near west end of Civic Center BART & Muni Station., San Francisco, CA 94102, United States,

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CONTACT

War and Law League · · 1-415-948-9616 or 1-510-909-6272

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Add to Calendar 13-08-2016 14:00:00 13-08-2016 16:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Nuclear Weapons: Can they Be Abolished? Dr. Helen Caldicott, author and longtime antinuclear campaigner, will speak, admission free, on "Nuclear Weapons: Can they Be Abolished?" Though obligated to disarm under the Non-Proliferation Treaty, the U.S. government plans new nuclear weapons in a trillion-dollar program while the Pentagon strategizes about their use. Hear the leading authority on atomic perils, an Australian physician whose international mobilizing of doctors against nuclear war culminated in the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize.  Her books will be available. Cosponsored by San Francisco Public Library and the War and Law League (WALL); CODEPINK; Ecumenical Peace Institute/CALC; Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists, Peace and Justice; American Friends Service Committee; and Shomer Shalom Network for Jewish Nonviolence. For CODEPINK's position on nuclear weapons, please see our Peace Position #4. 100 Larkin St at Grove St, Koret Auditorium, on lower level. Enter on Grove; go downstairs. Near west end of Civic Center BART & Muni Station., San Francisco, CA 94102, United States War and Law League warandlaw@yahoo.com

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