Our national training conference, SquadLab, took place in Washington, D.C. November 2-3, 2019.
BombSquad Ambassadors – who organize wherever they live in their own state, town or campus – learned cutting edge campaigning strategies while helping to prevent nuclear war at this year’s SquadLab conference. The BombSquad is leading a movement demanding our politicians bring us back from the brink of nuclear war. They’ve been working with leaders from across movements to learn and hone their organizing skills and connecting with other ambassadors from across the country.
Check out all of the topics that our SquadLab participants learned about!
- Intersectionality: Nuclear weapons as issue zero
- Campaign strategy
- Coalition building
- Digital organizing
- How to write effective Letters to the Editor
- Working with the media
- Utilizing storytelling in organizing
- African Americans against the bomb
- Women in the disarmament and nonproliferation field
- A tour of current nuclear issues, including U.S.-Russia, North Korea, Iran
- Nuclear myths
- Alaska’s nuclear legacy
- Corporate accountability
- The future of nuclear power
- The Green New Deal
Are you interested in starting a BombSquad in your community?
Check out our handbook. It has all the information you need to get started!