K-Project For Peace

It all started as an appeal by 25 year old Racheal, a student and environmental/peace activist from Tanzania, when she saw the devastating effects of uranium mining to the environment, health, and rights of indigenous people in other African countries like Niger and Mali. She did not want to see this happen to her country Tanzania, a potential future uranium mining country. Find out more about this ‘first of its kind’ international campaign led by young African activists who will be climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro later this year… To find out more….

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The reckless threats of nuclear war flung back and forth between the North Korean and U.S. governments remind me of an event in which I participated back in the fall of 1961, when I was a senior at Columbia College. [...]
Wed, Nov 08, 2017
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In recent months, advances in the North Korean government's nuclear weapons program have led to a sharp confrontation between the government leaders of the United States and of North Korea. This August, President Donald Trump declared that any more threats from North Korea “will be met with fire and fury [...]
Tue, Oct 31, 2017
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This prize is a tribute to the tireless efforts of many millions of campaigners and concerned citizens worldwide who, ever since the dawn of the atomic age, have loudly protested nuclear weapons, insisting that they can serve no legitimate purpose and must be forever banished from the face of our [...]
Fri, Oct 06, 2017
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