• By Benjamin B. Ferencz and Ken Keyes, Jr. The human race today faces extinction. There’s the fast way with nuclear war, or the slow way by environmental ruin of our planet. PlanetHood is unique. It explains how both problems can be solved by a single, practical solution. PlanetHood tells how to replace the law of force with the force of law, create prosperity, rescue our environment—and give ourselves and our children a great future.  
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    The Poetry of Peace

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    Edited by David Krieger and Perie Longo The poems in this book examine peace from many perspectives. They are filled with the wonder and magic of everyday life. They also express the sorrow and loss that war and violence bring. They speak to the fear and frustration that one may not be able to do enough to assure peace. They find peace rooted in relationships to each other, to other living things and to the earth. In these poems one finds a burning desire to do more to heal wounded spirits and our wounded earth. These poems combine the mystery of creativity with a longing for peace.  
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    Edited by David Krieger and Perie Longo. Never Enough Flowers: The Poetry of Peace II is a collection of winning poems from the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation's Barbara Mandigo Kelly Peace Poetry Awards from 2003-2010. The collection was edited by NAPF President David Krieger and Perie Longo.  
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    Speaking of Peace: Quotations to Inspire Action is a collection of quotations on peace, war and the human spirit. These quotations were selected by David Krieger, long-time President of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, to encourage thought and inspire action toward a more peaceful and nuclear weapon-free world.  
  • Each packet contains approximately 20 mammoth grey stripe sunflower seeds. Sunflowers were used near Chernobyl to extract radionuclides cesium 137 and strontium 90 from contaminated ponds following the catastrophic nuclear reactor accident there. Now sunflowers have become the symbol of a world free of nuclear weapons. This came about after an extraordinary celebration of Ukraine achieving the status of a nuclear weapons free state. On June 1, 1996, Ukraine transferred the last of the 1900 nuclear warheads it had inherited from the former Soviet Union to Russia for dismantlement. Celebrating the occasion a few days later, the Defense Ministers of Ukraine, Russia, and the United States met at a former nuclear missile base in the Ukraine that once housed 80 SS-19 missiles aimed at the United States.  

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