By Madison Arnold-Scerbo, Outreach Associate
For more than 70 years, the world has faced the very real threat of nuclear war.
What if we lived without that danger hanging over our heads?
Nuclear war is a real and growing threat. The United States and Russia have left critical agreements and treaties, while actively planning to add new types of weapons to their arsenals.
Meanwhile, US nuclear policy remains rooted in the Cold War, increasing the risk that nuclear weapons could be used again.
It doesn’t have to be this way. With the right policy changes and a commitment to diplomacy, the United States can be a leader in reducing the nuclear threat—and you can help.
What we’re doing
- Engaging & educating presidential candidates,
- Pressuring Congress to support change,
- Holding the White House accountable through independent research and analysis,
- Increasing public demand for changing nuclear weapon policies.