60th Anniversary of Cuban Missile Crisis

October, 16, 2022 marks the beginning of the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis — when the Soviet Union and U.S. engaged in a tense standoff over the installation of nuclear weapons in Cuba. It is widely considered the closest the two superpowers ever came to nuclear war… until now.

We envision a world without war and without nuclear weapons, with resources devoted to human needs and a sustainable environment rather than militarism

If we don’t work for peace, who will?

An obscene and ballooning military budget, over 800 U.S. foreign military bases, “kinetic” wars in several countries, a dramatic increase in the threat of nuclear war, the decimation of diplomacy as a tool—before it is too late, let’s build the political will to change U.S. foreign policy.

Stop the Ballooning Pentagon Budget

Tell your members of Congress that the proposed $850 Billion “defense” budget could be better spent on the actual threats to our security: infectious diseases, environmental racism, and poverty.

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