Rally January 22, 2020 at 12:00pm - 2pm Central Time (US & Canada) State Capitol building- State St Entrance Madison, WI, WI 53703 United States Contact person: Pamela Richard

Hosted by: Physicians for Social Responsibility WI/Peace Action WI

Wisconsin  Rally to Celebrate the 1st Anniversary of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

Ploughshares Fund on Twitter: "For Martin Luther King Jr., the struggle  against racism was part of a larger struggle for peace and justice. He  firmly opposed nuclear weapons, and he inspires us

Coretta Scott King and the Civil-Rights Era's Hidden Women - The Atlantic


Call To Action: The UN Treaty to Ban Nuclear Weapons Enters Into Force –  Massachusetts Peace Action

January 22, 2022, Saturday, at 12 Noon

 State Capitol Building in Madison, at State St, by the Forward! statue

We join anti-nuclear activists across the country and throughout the world on January 22 to celebrate the treaty’s first anniversary of the Entry Into Force,

We will also be protesting the stationing of F-35 First Strike Nuclear Bombers at Truax Field in Madison, Wisconsin, which is illegal under the treaty.

Speakers will address the long-term health effects of radiation exposure, the importance of educating young people about the dangers of nuclear weapons and Martin Luther King’s view that nuclear war would be catastrophic. Speakers will also address the links between climate change and nuclear weapons and the bed-down of the potentially nuclear capable F35 fighter jets at Truax Air Force Base.


Watch this video of "The Nuclear Blues"

The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICANW)  

Nuclear Ban US

Petition to Stop the Basing of F-35s at Truax Air Base in Madison, Wisconsin.

Sponsored by Peace Action WI, Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice, WI Physicians for Social Responsibility, Safe Skies Clean Water WI, WILPF Milwaukee, Interfaith Peace Working Group, Veterans for Peace MKE /Madison, United Nations Association of MKE