Global Day of Action Against Nuclear Weapons: Santa Fe Plaza, Sunday, November 26th at 2 pm

You are invited to join the Global Day of Action Against Nuclear Weapons on Sunday, November 26th at 2 pm on the Santa Fe Plaza.  Come with your friends, family and colleagues and call for an end to nuclear weapons by bringing attention to the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, the TPNW.  Sing anti-nuclear and anti-war lyrics to familiar tunes with the Raging Grannies of New Mexico.  Bring signs, drums or tambourines.  To show our solidarity with others around the world, we’ll take photos and make videos to share on the website of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, or ICAN, the initiator of the Global Day of Action.

Sunday’s events are followed by other international actions to abolish nuclear weapons.  On Monday, November 27th, the 69 States Parties to the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons will begin meeting all week at the United Nations in New York City.  This is the second time the parties to the Treaty will have convened since the Treaty became international law in January 2021.  It is oddly fitting to hold the meetings on U.S. soil because the United States is not a party to the Treaty and refuses to comply with it.  We need to encourage the United States to join with nearly half the nations of the world taking concrete steps to eliminate nuclear weapons.

ICAN encourages everyone to be loud and proud that the TPNW has been in effect for nearly three years.  Around the world, people will hold vigils and rallies calling for the elimination of nuclear weapons in solidarity with the delegations of the States Parties at the United Nations.

Please join with the New Mexico Peace Fest, Veterans for Peace Albuquerque and Santa Fe Chapters, Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety, the Raging Grannies New Mexico, Taos Environmental Film Festival, Nuclear Watch New Mexico, Stop the War Machine, Party for Socialism and Liberation, Green Party ABQ Metro Area, Unity Spiritual Center, A.N.S.W.E.R., the New Mexico Peace Choir, Albuquerque Peace and Justice Center and people of faith at 2 pm on Sunday the 26th on the Santa Fe Plaza.  Let’s amplify the international call for the abolition of nuclear weapons.

Check out the ICAN website for more information. You can find online and in person events at

Check out the Artists Against the Bomb for visuals you can download and bring to the Sunday gathering.  Check out Santa Fe artist Kaitlin Bryson’s piece there.

To watch the proceedings on UN Web TV, go to

For a quick 15 minute overview of what is happening at the United Nations twice a day, sign-up to watch MSP-TV at  At 9 am and 3 pm Mountain (11 am and 5 pm Eastern) ICAN’s MSP-TV will provide a summary, highlights and insights from the Nuclear Ban Week events from Monday 27 November until 1 December 2023.

Together we are making a difference!    

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