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Buy your Nuclear Resister t-shirt today!

The Gloo Factory – South Tucson’s progressive, union strong print shop – has printed buttons, stickers, signs, banners, flyers and more for the Nuclear Resister over the years… and now, they’ve made a brand new edition of the Nuclear Resister t-shirt! The t-shirts are 100% natural color, heavy-weight cotton and made in the U.S. You can buy yours now! 

Available in medium, large and extra large for only $20 plus $10 shipping in the U.S. Please inquire about the cost of shipping to other countries by emailing nukeresister@igc.org.

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Buy your Nuclear Resister T-shirt today!

The Gloo Factory – South Tucson’s progressive, union strong print shop – has printed buttons, stickers, signs, banners, flyers and more for the Nuclear Resister over the years… and now, they’ve made a brand new edition of the Nuclear Resister t-shirt! The t-shirts are 100% natural color, heavy-weight cotton and made in the U.S. You […]

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9,000 arrests in nine months call for CEASEFIRE NOW!

Photo by David Solnit

From the Nuclear Resister

(This chronicle of resistance is published in issues #202 and #203/204 of the Nuclear Resister newsletter, and online at nukeresister.org. Last updated on July 11.)

Since October of 2023, thousands of protests and actions around the world have called for a ceasefire and end to Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and Gaza. In this day-by-day record of dissent, the Nuclear Resister has chronicled more than 9,000 arrests (and counting) in the U.S. and Canada on over 350 occasions across more than 125 cities and towns in 36 states and 5 provinces. Over 3,400 of these arrests have taken place on at least 70 university campuses. It marks the largest surge of anti-war arrests since mid-April, 2003, when the Nuclear Resister reported over 7,500 anti-war arrests in the U.S. alone in the lead-up to and first weeks of the second U.S. invasion of Iraq.

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Ten activists arrested at Kansas City nuclear weapons parts plant

Photo by John LaForge of Jane Stoever & Scot Bohl placing crime scene tape on earth moving machines at H-bomb factory expansion site.

from PeaceWorks Kansas City

50 resist nuclear bomb production in KC; 10 arrested

by Jane Stoever

With workers streaming into the Kansas City Nuclear Security Campus (NSC)—not a campus but a giant factory making parts for nuclear weapons—50 Catholic Workers and friends took action to try to stop production of nuclear weapon parts at the NSC. And—oh, yes—we protested the building of new structures to make the so-called campus twice its size.

Three persons put “crime scene—do not enter” tape on a huge dump truck on the field the NSC needs flattened for the new building to make new nukes. Workmen told us, “We’re just moving dirt,” an amazing disconnect between their labor and the factory to come that will do mechanical/electronic work for US nuclear bombs.

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Nuclear Resister E-bulletin Spring 2024

Spring 2024 IN THIS E-BULLETIN IMPRISONED DRONE WHISTLEBLOWER DANIEL HALE RELEASED TO HOME CONFINEMENT NUCLEAR RESISTER SUSAN CRANE SENTENCED TO 229 DAYS IN A GERMAN PRISON    CEASEFIRE ARRESTS ACROSS THE U.S. AND CANADA NOW TOP 4,500 GOOD FRIDAY ACTIONS AT THE PENTAGON, LOCKHEED MARTIN (PA) AND NEVADA NUCLEAR TEST SITE THREE ARRESTS AT CREECH DRONE […]

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Nuclear Resister E-bulletin Autumn/Winter 2023 – 2024

Autumn/Winter 2023 – 2024   IN THIS E-BULLETIN 2,400 ARRESTS IN U.S. & CANADA CALLING FOR CEASEFIRE NOW TWO ARRESTED AT THE PENTAGON ON FEAST OF THE HOLY INNOCENTS    NUCLEAR ABOLITIONISTS BLOCK ENTRANCES OF U.S. MISSION TO THE U.N. SIX ARRESTED CALLING ON “MERCHANT OF DEATH” RAYTHEON TO END PROFITING FROM WAR CRIMES  ACTIVISTS […]

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2,400 Arrests Calling for CEASEFIRE NOW

Jewish Voice for Peace photo

From the Nuclear Resister

When the long-simmering war between Hamas and the state of Israel exploded into a rolling boil on October 7, demands for a ceasefire quickly dominated demonstrations around the world.

Following is a day-by-day chronicle of more than 2,400 arrests in the first two months since then, at more than 75 demonstrations across 22 states and provinces in the United States and Canada. It marks the largest surge of anti-war arrests since mid-April, 2003, when the Nuclear Resister chronicled over 7,500 anti-war arrests in the U.S. alone in the lead-up to and first weeks of the second U.S. invasion of Iraq.

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Fr. Louie Vitale, Presente!

photo by Leonard Eiger

Louis John Vitale.

This Franciscan friar, advocate for peace and justice and nuclear resister died on September 6, 2023 at age 91.

A man of kindness and love and gentle strength, with his heart and faith and conscience always leading the way.

A friend and mentor to so many.
No stranger to handcuffs or jail cells or the works of mercy…
Rest in peace and power, dear friend – may your memory be a blessing. ❤
 

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Nuclear Resister E-bulletin Summer 2023

Summer 2023   IN THIS E-BULLETIN HIROSHIMA/NAGASAKI REMEMBRANCE BLOCKADES AT NUCLEAR SUB BASES IN THE U.S. AND SCOTLAND   INTERNATIONAL ACTIVISTS RESIST U.S. NUCLEAR WEAPONS DEPLOYED AT BASES IN GERMANY AND THE NETHERLANDS  S. KOREAN ACTIVISTS ARRESTED DURING TWO FUKUSHIMA RADIOACTIVE DUMPING PROTESTS    PROTESTER ARRESTED AT N. AMERICA’S LARGEST WEAPONS CONVENTION MEMORIAL DAY ARRESTS AT KANSAS […]

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CODEPINK activists disrupt warhawk cabinet at budget hearing

CODEPINK photo

from CODEPINK

“NO MORE MONEY FOR THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX”

On the afternoon of May 16, CODEPINK activists disrupted a congressional hearing in Washington, D.C. featuring the Secretaries of Defense, Commerce, and State. The hearing, called “A Review of the President’s Fiscal Year 24 Budget Request: Investing in U.S. Security, Competitiveness, and the Path Ahead for the U.S.-China Relationship,” prioritized war preparations over de-escalation and cooperation. 

Three of the activists wore t-shirts saying “China is Not Our Enemy.” Wearing a shirt and holding a sign that both read “$$$ FOR THE POOR NOT WAR,” CODEPINK organizer Olivia DiNucci stood up and said, “We don’t need more money for the military industrial complex. We need money for the poor and the planet!”

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