Protest: Stop University of Arkansas Participation in Building Nuclear Bombs January 22, 2021 at 11:00am - 12pm Central Time (US & Canada) | entry-force | University of Arkansas Fayetteville, AR 72701 United States Contact person: Abel Tomlinson

On January 22nd, the landmark Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons becomes international law. One hundred and thirty U.N. member nations have voted to make nuclear bombs illegal. To mark this momentous day, a great many peace groups around the world will be holding celebrations and protests.

Indeed, there are billions of reasons to protest. In fact, nuclear war threatens to kill billions of our brothers and sisters through incineration, radioactive fallout and nuclear winter, which would cause universal famine. Also, as famed whistleblower and nuclear war planner Daniel Ellsberg clearly describes in his book The Doomsday Machine, omnicidal nuclear war can occur far, far more easily than most people understand.

The Nobel Peace Prize winning organization ICAN, which spearheaded the nuclear bomb ban, has issued a report titled Schools of Mass Destruction. Their report found the University of Arkansas is involved in the production of these increasingly illegal nuclear bombs.

We are holding a protest calling on the University of Arkansas and UA College of Engineering to cancel the Master Collaboration Agreement with the nuclear weapons corporation Honeywell International. We will be holding a street protest for one hour (precise location TBA), and then we will deliver the following petition to UA administrators:

Please sign and share:


This is not a virtual event, but here is the link with many more details: