By Jane Stoever “Emotionally powerful.” That’s how Bennette Dibben, a PeaceWorks Board member, describes the rally, die-in, and civil resistance that PeaceWorks-KC sponsored May 28, Memorial Day, in Kansas City, MO. By the end of the three-hour witness, five persons had crossed the property line at the new nuclear weapons plant. They were arrested, processed, … Continue reading Five persons arrested Memorial Day during PeaceWorks’ annual rally
PeaceWorks-KC is holding its 9th annual witness for a nuclear-weapon-free world on Monday, May 28, Memorial Day. Our witness begins this year at the closed entry to the former nuclear weapons parts plant and continues at the new plant, the National Security Campus (NSC), at 14510 Botts Rd. Join us at 9:45 am or 11 am!
Maurice Copeland, a leading voice in KC MO for persons who've suffered illnesses from contaminants at Bannister Federal Complex, where the KC Plant manufactured parts for nuclear weapons, received the Charles E. Bebb Peace Merit Award from PeaceWorks at its annual meeting.
It is now 2 minutes to midnight! The Doomsday Clock, with the time moved forward on Jan. 25, indicates the world’s vulnerability to catastrophe from nuclear weapons, climate change, and new technologies. Here are suggestions for action for those seeking to prevent annihilation.
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
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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.
During its fifth annual Memorial Day trek from the old nuclear weapons parts plant to the new plant, PeaceWorks-KC called for a nuke-free world. Henry Stoever kicked off the walk he initiated in 2012. “We are at war with ourselves,” he said, noting the deaths of many Bannister Federal Complex workers from the old plant’s contaminants.
"Why are we still making nuclear weapons, weapons of omnicide?"