Los Angeles City Council Votes to Support U.N. Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty

Los Angeles has added its name to a growing number of individuals, organizations, and cities that are calling for the United States to take action to prevent nuclear war. On Wednesday, August 8, the Los Angeles City Council voted to approve a resolution that urges the U.S. to embrace the U.N. Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons and implement important protective policies

PSR-LA Statement on Family Separation

As health professionals, we are committed to foresee and forestall damage to human health and the environment and to first do no harm. We are compelled by our values to condemn The Trump Administration policy of separating immigrant children from their parents. This...

Position Available: Director of Development

PSR-LA is seeking a Director of Development who will execute an annual development plan and provide leadership over the development and management of individual donors and members, corporate and foundation relations, board communication and special events.

PSR-LA’s Community Costs Project Tax Day 2018

In 2017, Los Angeles County spent $1,920,146,524 on nuclear weapons programs, and the city of Los Angeles spent $766,022,289! These are tax dollars diverted from community needs such as education, health care, environmental protection, and many other important social services – spent instead on deadly weapons that must never be used.

Help PSR-LA Turn Moments into Movements

PSR-LA knows how to build and be part of effective and diverse coalitions that strengthen our movement for health and justice. But we need your help to allow us to leverage our unique position into the victories for a world safe from nuclear threats, with air and climate justice, and reduced exposure to health-harming toxic chemicals.

Los Angeles Youth To Take On Nuclear Disarmament

On November 4, Alliance Dr. Olga Mohan High School (ADOMHS) and Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles (PSR-LA) will co-host a Youth Disarmament Conference, the first conference ever to be held in Los Angeles aimed at educating and empowering youth about nuclear weapons disarmament.