Join us for a webinar on Thursday, June 4th at 5:30 pm PDT to learn about our State’s climate policy proposals and their potential benefits and limitations.
Join PSR-LA and communities throughout the world on Sunday, April 26 at 1 pm as we wave goodbye to nuclear weapons at the historic Chain Reaction sculpture in Santa Monica.
PSR-LA Board Member Dr. Jimmy Hara will moderate “Shadows For Peace, For The Sake of the Children: The Hiroshima and Nagasaki Experience forum” on March 19 at Chapman University in Oranfe and at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles on March 21.
Our Health Ambassador Program will prepare members for direct policy and media advocacy around the issue area of their choice – air pollution, climate change, nuclear threats, toxics, or the urban industrial landscape
Our stories and our experiences can be powerful drivers for change, and the physician voice is an important tool to help make that change. Please join us on December 13th to learn more about how physicians and health care providers can combine their professional experiences and commitment to social change to build a movement for a healthier, safer world.
Air quality, transportation, climate change, and green jobs are all deeply connected to the health of Latino communities. Join members of the Latino Legislative caucus in an event sponsored by Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles and Communities for a Better Environment.
Saturday, November 8th, 10 am-1 pm Moseley-Salvatori Conference Center 637 Lucas Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90017 Click Here to Register PSR-LA is holding a special training on Saturday, November 8 for physicians and health professionals to help grow our efforts for nuclear disarmament. Dr. Robert Dodge, PSR-LA Board Member, will speak about ways that physicians […]
Join the SSFL Work Group on October 1 for a candid discussion about the contamination and cleanup at the Santa Susana Field Laboratory.
Learn About Potential for Offsite Exposures from the Santa Susana Field Laboratory Wednesday, June 18th 6:30 PM Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center 3050 E. Los Angeles Avenue, Simi Valley, CA 93065 The next SSFL Work Group meeting will include a featured presentation on: Potential for Offsite Exposures Associated with the Santa Susana Field Laboratory – Dr. Yoram Cohen, Professor of […]
Join us for a screening of the HBO Documentary, Toxic Hot Seat, on Wednesday, March 26 at 7:30pm at Laemmle’s Royal Theatre. The film explores the use and effects of chemical flame retardants in the United States and features PSR-LA’s Martha Dina Argüello and Ana Mascareñas.
Learn more about the nuclear and chemical contamination at the Santa Susana Field Lab (SSFL) and efforts to clean it up at SSFL Work Group meeting on February 5th at 6:30 pm at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, 3050 E. Los Angeles Avenue, Simi Valley, CA 93065.
A working group of federal agencies will be in Los Angeles to hear your ideas on how we can prevent disasters at U.S. chemical facilities. Our voices are needed urgently to make sure this review includes prevention-based policies so that our health and environment can be protected.
Join us for an advance screening of the HBO documentary, TOXIC HOT SEAT, which explores Chemical Flame Retardants in the U.S. The film features PSR-LA’s Martha Dina Argüello and Ana Mascareñas. When: Wednesday, November 6th @ 6pm Where: Fowler Museum at UCLA North Campus, UCLA, Los Angeles, California 90095 RSVP: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1597MDXXvx175xZzddBBIl9AttOJXyEVGLuIqKputTCU/viewform TOXIC HOT SEAT follows a courageous group of […]
Join us for The Toxies: Exposed worldwide premiere in Los Angeles on August 15th. The Toxies: Exposed is a 7-webisode series following a daring investigative journalist as he chases down dangerous Toxie award winners — from farm fields to car washes — and you’re not going to believe what he found!
A public candlelight vigil will be held Tuesday, August 6 from 6 – 8 p.m. at the 26-foot-tall nuclear mushroom cloud “Chain Reaction” peace sculpture in the Santa Monica Civic Center to remember the victims of the August 6, 1945 bombing of Hiroshima and to support efforts leading to a nuclear weapons-free world.