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“The more we educate ourselves and each other, the stronger the anti-nuclear movement grows!” says Kimmy Igla, reflecting on our high-energy Memorial Day gathering.
PeaceWorks KC held its 13th annual Memorial Day event this year at the KC National Security Campus. Some 63 of us gathered to march, mourn, and rally to object to the nuclear weapons production work at NSC.
PeaceWorks is helping sponsor the journeys of three Board members to Japan, to the annual remembrance ceremonies of the US bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Donations are welcome!


Bree stands wearing her grandmother's ribbon skirt after Grand Entry at Haskell University's May 2023 Pow Wow.
Breanna Crawford, a new member of the PeaceWorks KC Board of Directors, is an Indigenous Cherokee/Dakota (Sioux.)
Together again! PeaceWorks KC held its annual meeting in person with a full house of happy members and guests.
Missouri State Rep. Tricia Byrnes is asking those affected by toxic nuclear waste to come to a March 7 hearing in the state Capitol.
Ann Suellentrop, Kristin Scheer, and Luisa Olarte will lobby for a nuke-free world during the annual Alliance for Nuclear Accountability “DC Days” April 23-26.
Dynamite Dan. No one dared call him that to his face, but throughout Klondike gold country he was as feared—and as rarely sighted—as Bigfoot himself.
Two inspiring activists will receive awards at the PeaceWorks KC Annual Meeting: Alvin Brooks, beloved activist who has devoted his life to improving our community, and Darryl Burton, who was wrongfully imprisoned for 24 years and is a co-founder of Miracle of Innocence.
How long will we allow railroad companies to endanger our lives for profit? How long will we allow fossil fuel companies to determine our climate policies?


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