PeaceWorks Kansas City Annual Meeting Join Us in Person All are invited. Sunday, March 5, 2023 2:00-4:00 pm Simpson House 4509 Walnut Kansas City, MO 64111 We’ll hold elections, hear reports, honor our awardee(s), and share our hopes and dreams. For more information, contact Henry Stoever <email@example.com>, (913) 375-0045.
Celebrating the second anniversary of the “entry into force” of the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, activists gathered at the Plaza in KC MO on Jan. 22.
On Jan. 20, PeaceWorks members shared an evening meal and ideas about what a nuclear-free world could look like. It was a night for the imagination and dreams, for if we don't know where we are going, how are we going to get there? If we can imagine it, we can create it.
We need a cease–fire everywhere for our madness. I am a nuclear-weapon-free zone.
“Are we fighting despotism or funding it?” asks Christopher Overfelt.
Henry Stoever, in an open letter, urges President Biden to immediately stop the manufacturing, deployment and targeting of US nuclear weapons. “Use your better angels,” pleads Stoever.
Come to a light meal and round-table talk on Friday, Jan. 20, 6-8 pm. Bring your vision of a nuclear-weapon-free world—perhaps a world with free college, with food for all, with health care as it’s needed. Instead of spending billions on nuclear weapons, we could channel funds to sustain our Earth and all of us.
... We need a cease–fire everywhere for our madness / For destruction, for nuclear weapons, for inequality / Only then, we stand on a thresh-hold of a new dawn.
The prosecutor asked me to plead guilty. I refused. … All of us are already being trespassed upon by the years of construction, deployment and threats to use nuclear weapons, on hair-trigger alert at all times.
Ron Faust, in a poem, asks: What if we took part in provoking the Ukraine war / By continuing the Cold war / By hate rhetoric for an enemy ... ?