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Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action

Established in 1977, just as Bangor Naval Base was being built, Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action set forth this mission:

  • Establish a Center for nonviolent action which seeks the goal of a world free from nuclear destruction and unjust division of humanity.
  • Hold the land on which the Center is located in an environmentally sensitive and responsible manner.
  • Develop at the Center for Nonviolent Action specific means toward a nuclear-free world which are based on the principle of truth in thought, word and action; the principle of unity of all beings; and the principle of transforming love in resistance to war and injustice.
  • Explore at the Center strategies and tactics for nonviolent campaigns incorporating that end-means vision.
  • Use the Center as a training site for participants in Nonviolent Action.
  • Encourage and to foster at the Center a continual reflection on, and deepening in, a nonviolent way of life.

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Appeal to Navy Personnel

Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action

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An appeal was recently distributed to navy personnel at Bangor Naval Base in Washington State, calling on them to refuse to engage in nuclear annihilation.

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