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Nuclear Disarmament Discussion Friday

Nuclear Disarmament in 2007: A Potluck Discussion Hosted by The Washington Peace Center




For Immediate Release
Contact: Pete Perry, 202-234-2000

March 21, 2007


Washington – The issue of Nuclear Disarmament in 2007 will be the topic of a potluck dinner and informal discussion, Friday, March 23rd, 7 PM at St. Stephen The Incarnation Church at 16th and Newton Streets, NW.

The Washington Peace Center remains very concerned about nuclear conflict with the saber rattling off the coast of Iran, talk of China increasing its military presence and the U.S.’ own missile production increase.

Among those invited to the event is Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton who is expected to reintroduce the Nuclear Disarmament and Economic Conversion Act the same week. Others invited include Michele Boyd of Public Citizen and Nick Ross of Nuclear Age Peace Foundation. Members and friends of The Washington Peace Center, and individuals involved with peace work and disarmament are encouraged to attend.

Please bring a dish, salad or desert to share. If you are unable to bring something, please consider making a donation to the Washington Peace Center, a 44-year-old nonprofit organization dedicated to peace and social justice.

To RSVP or learn more, please call Pete Perry at 202-234-2000.

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