Make Love, Not War
Millions of people around the world are at risk from unsafe nuclear policy.
This is a call-to-action to make more love, not more nuclear weapons, not more war. As the risk of nuclear use rises, we can’t forget that there’s another path to security for all that doesn’t involve a dangerous arms race: The verifiable elimination of nuclear weapons worldwide.
We need to be making more love than ever before. We need to be countering the status quo and policymakers that say the only path to world security is to risk self-annihilation, to design ever more destructive nuclear weapons, and to waste billions on weapons of mass destruction instead of investing in our future.
In 1986 there were 70,000 nuclear weapons in the world. Today there are 12,000. It won’t be easy, but we have a plan to get to zero.
Here’s how you can get more involved:
1) If you don’t keep the condoms for yourself, share them with your friends or the health clinic on campus!
2) Request more condoms here to use or share.
3) Check out our Global Zero Action Plan.
4) Join the movement to eliminate nuclear weapons worldwide — never miss a critical action to help us get to zero.