CPDCS’ Silent Auction of Historic Peace, Justice and Environmental posters

CPDCS’ Silent Auction of Historic Peace, Justice and Environmental posters ‘TIS THE SEASON FOR THE GIFT OF PEACE AND JUSTICE Virtual auction of historic posters of the Civil Rights era and the Peace Movement in support of the Campaign for Peace, Disarmament and Common Security Cambridge, Ma., November 17, 2021: The Campaign for Peace, Disarmament […]

Nov. 11 Webinar: The Nuclear Umbrella & Why the First Strike Doctrine Must Go

Nov. 11 Webinar: The Nuclear Umbrella & Why the First Strike Doctrine Must Go November 11, 7 p.m. (EST) Register here U.S. nuclear first use doctrine, the threat to initiate nuclear war, is the foundation of U.S. military and nuclear weapons polies. The U.S. has repeatedly prepared and threatened nuclear attacks. This “nuclear umbrella” also […]

U.S., China & Taiwan: The World’s More Dangerous Flashpoint?

U.S., China & Taiwan: The World’s More Dangerous Flashpoint? A panel discussion with: Professor Zhiqun: Zhu Zhiqun Zhu is Professor of Political Science and International Relations and Chair of Department of International Relations at Bucknell University. Brian Chee-Shing-Hioe: Brian Chee-Shing Hioe – Founding Editor of New Bloom and a freelance writer living in Taiwan with a focus […]

Evening with Hiroshima Mayor Tad Akiba

Zoom conversation Tad Akiba

Evening with Hiroshima Mayor Tad Akiba As mayor, Tad highlighted the importance of the hibakusha, or A-bomb survivors, and he led the Mayors for Peace network as it greatly increased its presence and impacts around the globe. Tad served as Mayor of Hiroshima from 1999-2011. He earlier represented Hiroshima as a member of the Japanese Diet […]