Antinuclear movement -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Mary Lee Dazy worked for Citizen Alert and Western Shoshone Defense Project in the 1990s as an activist and coordinator to stop the nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain, Divine Strake, the use of the Nevada Test Site, and other Native American related topics, such as mining and land use on traditional Western Shoshone, Paiute, and Washoe lands. Collection contains material created and collected by Mary Lee Dazey during her time working with the Western Shoshone Defense Project as...
Overview This collection is a rich source of information about the peace and justice movement in Nevada. In addition to chronicling activities of the Sierra Interfaith Action for Peace it documents the peace work of the American Friends Service Committee, Campus Peace Studies Group, Reno/Sparks Metro Ministry, Citizen Alert, Nevada Desert Experience, Nevadans Against the War, Pace e Bene, and Nevada Rainbow Coalition. Other western peace organizations include The Pecos Benedictine, Plumas People for...
Overview Founded in 1982, Western Solidarity was comprised of a coalition of concerned citizens from eight western states that opposed the federal governments proposed deployment of the Peacekeeper missile experiment (MX). This collection contains a variety of materials including news clips from various Western newspapers and periodicals, member listings, regional and local memoranda, organization newsletters, correspondence, notes, lawsuit and hearing briefs, and governmental studies and Environmental...
Dates: 1978-1989; 1978-1989