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7 September 2021
Read the Latest News from Voices for a World Free of Nuclear Weapons

September 7, 2021 – Too Close to Midnight

In this issue of the newsletter, you will find:

1. Deep Dive: with Rachel Bronson Ph.D., President and CEO Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

3. Call to Reflection: Monica Willard, Voices Founding Member and UN Representative United Religions Initiative (URI)

4. Voices Education: Video launch, Sahil Shah announced as the 2021 Gorbachev/Shultz, Voices Youth Award webinar

5. New Voices Website: Update

6. Member Spotlight: John Weiser, Chair, President’s Council, United Religions Initiative (URI)

7. Poet's Tears: White Light, Black Reign by Clinton Gachangi ( Courtesy UNODA)

8. Fireside Chat Friday – Instagram Live Series: Issac S. Thomas, Global Council Trustee of United Religions Initiative Global Multi Region (URI)

9.This Month in History: Japan Council against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs (Japan Gensuikyo) founded, Soviet Union's radar picked up the signals indicating an incoming US missile strike

10. Voices Shoutout: William J. Perry Project

11. Book Nook: Restricted Data - History of Nuclear Secrecy in the United States by Alex Wellerstein

12. News: We could all learn a lesson on disarmament from Archbishop Hunthausen by Leonard Eiger, “Clickbait gussied up as high-minded trendy woke bullshit”: The White Lotus casts its critical gaze on digital journalism by Eleanor Cummins

13. Events: Nuclear Narrative Research Briefing: Persuasive Stories, Persuadable Audiences, sponsored by Nuclear Threat Initiative - 2021 Outer Space Security Conference, sponsored by UN Institute for Disarmament and Research

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