Nuclear Abolition

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Countdown to Zero

Raging Grannies busking outside Harris Theatre

Truthout opinion: What we can learn from August 6 and 9

In this opinion piece, co-authored by AFSC's Jeff Napolitano, August is commemorated as a month of memorial and actions for a nuclear free-world.

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COUNTDOWN TO ZERO movie screenings

Friday, July 30, 2010 - 1:55pm - Sunday, August 1, 2010 - 1:55pm

Screenings are on Friday: 1:30pm/4:10pm/7pm (SOLD OUT)/9:45pm
Saturday and Sunday: 11:20am/1:30pm/4:10pm/7pm/9:45pm

Toward a nuclear-free future: Making sense of nuclear weapons in 2010

Overview of opportunities for nuclear disarmament and abolotion in 2010.

New Hampshire Peace Program Background: Peace, Disarmament, and Human Rights

From nuclear nonproliferation to death penalty abolition, AFSC-NH is working to make the world a more peaceful, just and humane place.  Scroll down to learn more about our active campaigns.

To be added to the AFSC-NH Peace Mobilization email list, please send a note to Arnie Alpert,

We work closely with NH Peace Action to end war, reduce military spending, and abolish nuclear weapons. 

Death Penalty Abolition

From the Eagle Square Deli to the United Nations

My Turn

By Arnie Alpert / For the Concord Monitor

April 26th, 2010

When Kurt Ehrenberg phoned to say Barack Obama would pay a lunchtime visit to the Eagle Square Deli, Martha Yager, Erin Placey and I hustled right over for some lunch and politics, New Hampshire-style.

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