Nuclear Weapons

The threat of nuclear confrontation is growing. But even unused, nuclear weapons have a destructive impact. Read More

Coretta Scott King holds a sign at a protest
by Mari Faines

Black activists have worked to rid the world of nuclear weapons since the 1940s. Their approach was always intersectional, connecting the anti-nuclear movement with colonialism and the Black Freedom struggle. But, their voices were systematically erased by other parts of the movement. It’s time to stop asking whether Black people care about nuclear weapons and start honoring their historical contributions.

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