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MEDIA PACKET: Nuclear Ban Treaty EIF

These materials are for your use on January 22, 2021. You will want to adapt the media release, if you use it, to your site/activity. Other pieces are suitable for printing and giving to the media who come to cover your event.

The Draft Media Release is editable—designed for you to plug in your specific information and ideally a quote from someone local.


This advance media advisory went to more than 200 media outlets on January 13.


Two maps, actually, on one page. One is the nuclear weapons production complex in 2021; the other is from Schools of Mass Destruction—colleges and universities from across the US that are supporting nuclear weapons production in the US.


This simple fact sheet can be a good primer for reporters that are new to the issue of nuclear weapons and the Treaty.


Is your action on the list? And on the ican map? We will try to update this list as we get closer to Jan 22.


A broad spectrum of perspectives is represented on this list of people who have agreed to be available for media contact/interviews. There are technical people, policy people, downwinders, hibakusha, local activists and others. You can provide it to any media you work with.


The document itself.



OREPA Newsletter


Reflections for Nonviolent Community


Sunday Vigil at Y-12 in Oak Ridge Tennessee

Sunday Vigil

OREPA has held Sunday vigils every week for more than 22 years at the main entrance to the Y-12 Nuclear Weapons Complex (intersection of Scarboro Rd and East Bear Creek Road). We will now be holding the vigil at 4:00PM ET during the winter months so we don’t have to be sitting out in the dark. We are outdoors and space our chairs; when covid numbers are up, we encourage people to wear masks. Bring your own chair, we have some umbrellas for sun shade or rain.

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