Here’s a very simple, easy thing you can do RIGHT NOW – or tonight or tomorrow – to help us move toward a day when nuclear war will no longer be a threat.
It’s short, it’s easy, and it isn’t everything we’ll have to do, but it will be a step.
Click on the link/button below and JUST DO WHAT IT SAYS.
It’s all laid out for you on that page. Be patient: it may take a little while for everything on the page to load up on your browser.
After reading the intro, you’ll see three items you can download: these are pages laying out in detail exactly how to send a message to the New York Times, CNN, and NPR. Choose one to start. Click on the button to download the page, and when it opens JUST FOLLOW THE STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS. It only takes a few minutes, depending on how long a message you choose to send. It can be as short as “I’d really like to see you cover the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons as the first meeting of its States Parties occurs June 21-23 while the threat of nuclear war, due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and NATO’s militaristic response, is higher than ever.” Or longer. A single concise paragraph is recommended. You’ll find a whole list of talking points on another page you can download right there on that same page.
After sending to one of these media outlets, you can consider yourself done. Or you can send to another also. You could even send to all three, which gets you a great big smile from me! 🙂
However many messages you send, when you are finished be sure to LOG WHAT YOU’VE DONE into the form on the right side of the main page.
The goal is simple: to get the fact of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) into the current discussion of nuclear war. WE HAVE A WAY OUT of global annihilation, and there are now 62 countries leading the way. The U.S. is not one of them. Your action today will help to change that.
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR DOING THIS. Here’s the link again:
Many, many thanks to the Nuclear Ban Collaborative for doing all the work to make this so easy for us to do.
Peace is doable.