PSR Hosts Second Event Kicking off New Campaign to Increase Equity January 21, 2022

On the evening of December 16, 2021, PSR hosted a roundtable discussion focused on the importance of understanding the concept of movement building from a social justice framework and how it can be applicable to the nuclear weapons movement. This event, “Movement Strategies for Community-Based Safety: A Roundtable on the Intersection Between Social Justice and Nuclear Weapons Abolition,” is the second in a series launching PSR’s new #DemandAccess campaign, an initiative to promote equity and access to resources that are currently being denied to Americans all over the country. You can watch a recording of the event below or on our YouTube channel. If you’d like to stay up to date with the #DemandAccess campaign, fill out our survey and share with your family, friends and colleagues!

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