The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons is a POWERFUL step toward PEACE!

The February 2021 interview on “Glen’s Parallax Perspectives” TV series provides you with a powerful, inspiring, exciting worldwide campaign that is already making powerful progress toward abolishing nuclear weapons.

American politicians and American news media have grossly failed to inform the American people about the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.  The United Nations General Assembly overwhelmingly approved it in July 2017.  Already, 51 nations have ratified the Treaty, and we expect many more during 2021 and beyond.  The Treaty went into effect on January 22, 2021 for the nations that have ratified it.

During this TV interview Joanne Dufour – an exceptionally well-informed guest – explains what the Treaty does, how it came into being, how it fits into international law, and how we can help it move forward worldwide toward actually abolishing all nuclear weapons.  Joanne Dufour has a long background in the peace movement, including first-hand experience volunteering directly with the United Nations in New York.  She is an active member of the Olympia Coalition to Abolish Nuclear Weapons in Olympia, Washington.

Since the U.S. government and mainstream media have failed to inform the public about it – ordinary people like us and our peace organizations are working hard to provide the necessary information.

Please watch this fascinating, informative, and positively upbeat interview at one link below, and/or read the thorough summary of what we said (along with links to additional information) at another link below.

To watch the interview video, CLICK THIS LINK.

To read a thorough summary of what we said (and see a list of excellent sources of additional information), CLICK THIS LINK — 2021.02 Treaty on Pro.Nuc.Wpns. — SUMMARY and RESOURCES for a .pdf version that retains extensive formatting, or CLICK THIS LINK — 2021.02 Treaty on Pro.Nuc.Wpns. — SUMMARY and RESOURCES for a Word version with live links to online sources of information.