Back from the Brink: Bringing Communities Together to Abolish Nuclear Weapons
Back from the Brink is a US-based grassroots coalition of individuals, organizations and elected officials working together toward a world free of nuclear weapons and advocating for common sense nuclear weapons policies to secure a safer, more just future. We call on the United States to lead a global effort to prevent nuclear war by:
Actively pursuing a verifiable agreement among nuclear-armed states to eliminate their nuclear arsenals
Renouncing the option of using nuclear weapons first
Ending the sole, unchecked authority of any U.S. President to launch a nuclear attack
Taking U.S. nuclear weapons off hair-trigger alert
Cancelling the plan to replace the entire U.S. nuclear arsenal with enhanced weapons
To date over 400 organizations have endorsed the campaign, including environmental, health, peace, faith, policy and social justice groups. Municipal resolutions supporting Back from the Brink have been adopted by over 58 municipalities across the country and six legislative state bodies. All resolutions are sent to congressional delegations by the municipalities that adopt them.
To learn more about Back from the Brink please visit www.preventnuclearwar.org. To endorse Back from the Brink as an individual, organization, or elected official, click here. If you are interested in pursuing a Back from the Brink resolution in your city, have questions, or want to get more involved, please email email@example.com
- Back from the Brink Advocacy ToolsThese advocacy tools are designed to help make your organizing efforts as easy as possible. If you have any questions, run into any roadblocks, or have suggestions for how to improve these tools, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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