By Mary Hladky Kevin Kamps of Beyond Nuclear sounded the alarm recently about large amounts of dangerous nuclear waste passing through Kansas City unless we work to stop it. Speaking March 21 at the Rime Buddhist Center in KC MO, Kamps said legislation is being discussed to ship nuclear waste from eastern states (75 percent … Continue reading Will America’s nuclear waste be passing through Missouri?
Save Our Drinking Water from Our Corrupt pResident by speaking up to the Evironmental Protection Agency
Save our water from polluters! This video presentation was of Pat Elder, a teacher and political activist who discusses current, life threatening toxins in our water systems including surface, table and tap water which has caused hundreds of cases of cancer in humans from young mothers to all of us. These toxins are introduced … Continue reading Summary of Countering Military Recruitment In Public Schools and Confronting Contaminants Near Military Bases
"Turning the Clock Back from Midnight: How We Can Address the Crisis of 2018 and Renew Eco/Justice/Peace Work for the 21st Century."
By Jamie Jackson The mission of the Coalition Against Contamination (CAC) is to support workers and their families whose health has been impaired because of toxins at Bannister Federal Complex (BFC) at Bannister and Troost in KC, MO. Parts for nuclear weapons were made there, at the Kansas City Plant, from 1949 to 2014, when … Continue reading Coalition forms to tackle contamination at Bannister Federal Complex
UNplaza Art Fair: Sept. 23-24 // Two documentaries go nuclear, close to home // Hiroshima/Nagasaki commemoration marks 72nd anniversary of bombings // A night of beauty, remembering, yearning for peace // UN treaty advocates nuclear weapons prohibition // Toxic, radioactive waste sites: in KC, St. Louis, Idaho // Sandy Hook mom to speak 10/9 at forum // Remembering Muted Voices
Ann Suellentrop spoke at the Hiroshima/Nagasaki Remembrance Aug. 6 about nuclear weapons and nuclear energy waste. “Containing and storing the contamination is a huge problem,” she said, announcing a new collaboration among KC and St. Louis activists concerning toxic waste and inviting people to go with her to an Oct. 11-14 meeting of the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability in Idaho.
Seeking “that we grow into tomorrow by planting seeds of Peace,” poet and PeaceWorks board member Ron Faust read his poem during the PeaceWorks party Planting Seeds of Peace.