End University of California’s Involvement with Nuclear Weapons
Join concerned students, staff, and faculty of the University of California who want to end involvement with the design, research, testing, and production of nuclear weapons. See the partial listing of websites below.
From Your Campus to Your Community!
Nuclear Education for Human Action
(Additional nuclear website links recommended by Dr. James Yamazaki).
Children of the Atomic Bomb Selected Bibliography
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