We can work together to reduce the threat of nuclear weapons.

Nuclear weapons pose an existential threat to the survival of humanity. Together, we can insist on diplomacy and disarmament — not more militarism. 

October 16th marked 60 years since the start of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Right now is the closest the world has been to a nuclear war since then. 

Very few members of the House and Senate have risen to the occasion by speaking out and working for measures to de-escalate tensions between nuclear powers. Nor have many of them devoted serious effort to reviving negotiations for nuclear-weapons treaties and disarmament measures. 

That’s why it’s so important that people across the country demand that their elected leaders take a stand and work to reduce the risk of nuclear war. 

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