An aerial view of the KC, MO, National Security Campus (NSC). Jay Coghlan of NukeWatch New Mexico says the parts made in KC are meant “to completely rebuild the US nuclear weapons stockpile with new military capabilities for a new nuclear arms race.”—Photo from the Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration

Jay Coghlan in video: ‘Let us … rid this world of nuclear weapons’

Jay Coghlan, in a video for PeaceWorks-KC in early August, fired away at KC’s nuclear weapon production plant. He challenged, “let us unite in a moral and political effort to rid this world of nuclear weapons and to use the sad occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing to begin just that very work.”

Five persons arrested Memorial Day during PeaceWorks’ annual rally

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

Coalition forms to tackle contamination at Bannister Federal Complex

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

Fr. Carl Kabat’s 7th annual Interdependence Day action at new nuclear weapons plant

In keeping with the tradition of Interdependence Day, the recognition of our need for each other as well as the impact of our actions on others, Fr Carl Kabat, 83, took action on July 4 at the Kansas City National Security Campus. Carl's attempt to incarnate the destructiveness of nuclear weapons by symbolically pouring red … Continue reading Fr. Carl Kabat’s 7th annual Interdependence Day action at new nuclear weapons plant