US Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons July 2001
General Meeting Events Schedule
Part of the Abolition 2000 Global Network
and gathering of the movement for the abolition of nuclear weapons
Friday July 13 in Santa Fe, New Mexico at the College of Santa Fe
Please join us for our 2001 Annual General Meeting at the beautiful College of Santa Fe campus in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In addition to taking care of network business, we'll be sharing our "best practices" and discussing strategies for the future. Immediately following our meeting, on Saturday and Sunday July 14 and 15, we hope you'll stay for Peace Action New Mexico's "LANL 2001 - Action for Abolition Conference." On Monday July 16, the anniversary of the "Trinity" test, the US Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons will join Peace Action New Mexico for a rally, march and nonviolent protest at Los Alamos National Laboratory. We hope you'll be there!
JULY SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
*The US CAMPAIGN TO ABOLISH NUCLEAR WEAPONS is the US section of the Abolition 2000 Global Network to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons. The US CAMPAIGN is made up of organizations that endorse the US CAMPAIGN TO ABOLISH NUCLEAR WEAPONS MISSION STATEMENT and SANTA BARBARA DECLARATION, the ABOLITION 2000 STATEMENT and the MOOREA DECLARATION. Individuals are welcome to participate through working groups. The US CAMPAIGN is managed by a Coordinating Committee made up or organizational representatives chosen at the Annual General Meeting. Western States Legal Foundation serves as the interim clearinghouse for the US CAMPAIGN. For more information about the US CAMPAIGN please check out our website: www.wslfweb.org/abolition/uscamp.htm or call (510)839-5877.
COORDINATING COMMITTEE: John Burroughs, Lawyers' Committee on Nuclear Policy; Jackie Cabasso, Western States Legal Foundation; Anthony Guarisco, Alliance of Atomic Veterans; Alan Haber, Peace and Environmental Coalition for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons and Megiddo Peace Project; Odile Hugonot Haber, U.S. Section Womens International League for Peace and Freedom; Inga Olson, TriValley Communities Against a Radioactive Environment; Sally Light, Nevada Desert Experience; Pamela Meidell, Atomic Mirror and California Green Party; Bal Pinguel, American Friends Service Committee; Ibrahim Ramey, Fellowship of Reconciliation; Frank Dworak, Pax Christi USA; Gilbert Sanchez, Tribal Environmental Watch Network; Susan Shaer, Womens Action for New Directions; Alice Slater, Global Resource Action Center for the Environment