Support the US Delegation Joining Nonviolent Actions at B61 Base in Germany
Nuclear abolitionists in Germany are organizing 20 weeks of nonviolent resistance at Büchel Air Force Base, March 26 to Aug. 9, 2017, to demand that the 20 remaining US B61 bombs be sent home permanently—not modernized as NATO plans—and that Germany join the UN effort to ban nuclear weapons.
A delegation from the US coordinated by Nukewatch will join the Büchel peace camp July 12-18. Support actions in the US are also invited. For more info, visit buechel-atombombenfrei.de (English) and atomwaffenfrei.de. US abolitionists are invited to endorse the campaign and by signing the online Declaration of Solidarity.
Target: US Nuclear Weapons Corporations
Defense attorney Kary Love of Michigan, who has repeatedly represented nuclear disarmament and Plowshares activists at trial, suggests that focusing attention on nuclear weapons’ corporate profiteers might prove effective.
We’ve outlined the roles of the major contractors behind new nuclear weapons production—and included their contact information—here.