Are you curious about how much you and your community spent on nuclear weapons this year? Every April, Dr. Bob Dodge, President of PSR-LA ...
PSR-LA Board President Dr. Bob Dodge will join Rep. Judy Chu and Rev. Haruyoshi Fujimoto at an August 24 luncheon hosted by Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace.
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.
On June 9 a newly declassified report by Sandia National Laboratory was released which revealed new details about the near detonation of a hydrogen bomb over North Carolina in 1961. The report, published by the National Security Archive, confirmed much of what had been disclosed about the “Goldsboro incident” last year in Eric Schlosser’s book Command and Control. After decades of denying that the crash of a B-52 bomber carrying two multi-megaton hydrogen bombs could have resulted in detonation, we now know that an explosion was just barely averted.
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.
The Sacramento Superior Court granted a motion for preliminary injunction against the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) pending ...
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.
On op-ed on the future of nuclear power in California was published today in the UT San Diego. The piece is authored by PSR-LA’s Dr. John Goldenring and Dan Hirsch of Committee to Bridge the Gap.
Today’s decision by Southern California Edison to shut down the crippled San Onofre nuclear power plant is a victory for public health, say California chapters of the Nobel-prize winning organization Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR)