We were thrilled that so many of you were able to join us on March 4th for Ending Nuclear Weapons Before They End Us: Opportunities Under the Biden Administration to Take Action. In total, over 600 people from 28 countries tuned in live to learn from our panelists and discuss strategies for how to move forward together toward nuclear weapons abolition.

We greatly appreciate all of the participation and questions from activists around the world that made the event such a success, and we thank our co-host, the International Campaign for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons, as well as the over 40 partner organizations who supported the event.

If you weren’t able to join us live, we have compiled the recordings of each of the presentations, including the workshops, along with supporting resources for each topic, all of which can be found hereWe apologize for the technical issue that caused the Local Resolutions Workshop to start late, but it was a great discussion, particularly for those who want to take action now, so make sure to check it out!

We also wanted to let you know that our partners in Massachusetts are holding an event on April 7th titled China, the U.S. and the Risk of Nuclear War. If you attended the March 4th event, you’ll see familiar faces (Michael Klare and Zia Mian) along with Rachel Esplin Odell, Research Fellow at the Quincy Institute, and Tong Zhao, Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. To register click here.

Thank you for your support of Back from the Brink. We have a rare and critical opportunity to shape the new Administration’s nuclear policies in the coming months, and we hope you’ll continue to join us in our call for an end to all nuclear weapons.

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